The Therapy Studio, a home for creative and alternative therapies
Malissa Morrell, MA who specializes in the use of art therapy, EMDR and other creative methods opened a new clinic called The Therapy Studio a home for creative and alternative therapies in Salt Lake City, Utah joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Malissa Morrell discuss the following:
- What is the Therapy Studio and what your goal with this new studio?
- What was the impetus to start it?
- What is art therapy and how does it differ from traditional therapy?
- How long have you been personally practicing art therapy?
- What lead you to this path?
Malissa Morrell, MA specializes in the use of art therapy, EMDR and other creative methods. She is one of a very few credentialed art therapists in Utah. Her experience includes community mental health clinics, medical hospital, residential, and private practice settings.
She graduated with a BS in Family Science from Brigham Young University and an MA in Marital and Family Therapy/Clinical Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University. She has been an active and prolific contributor to the industry in the form of teaching, publishing and educating people on the health benefits of art therapy.
In 2016 Morrell opened a new clinic called The Therapy Studio. The Therapy Studio is a home for creative and alternative therapies in Salt Lake City, Utah. Licensed and credentialed professionals offer both therapies and classes to help ordinary people thrive in their unique circumstances.
The Therapy Studio offers individual, family, and group therapies using research-based tools like EMDR, art therapy, mindfulness practice, and DBT skills. Therapeutic classes give individuals, couples and groups the tools and techniques they can use every day. Situated in Salt Lake City’s Millcreek neighborhood, The Therapy Studio is warm and welcoming. Malissa has converted a beautiful old home into a creative, healing space. It’s safe, sweet, and supportive.
Malissa was the founding member of the UTAH Art Therapy Association (UATA) and in her second, two-year term as President of the organization.