Continuing Education for Creative Wellbeing - because talking is not enough

It's clear from neuroscience and trauma research that we can't talk and think our way out of stress response and nervous system dysregulation. Talk therapy and talk based interventions are not enough.

Learn how to integrate creative practices into your work to be more effective and more successful with your clients.

Calling all helping professionals...

Counselors, social workers, coaches, caregivers, and healthcare professionals - we are here to teach you the tools you need to be most effective and most successful!

  • Get ahead of the competition by promoting your new skills in creative practices! Your clients will notice the difference!

  • We are an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) for NBCC. Earn continuing education credit hours while you learn!

  • Our courses are accessible, affordable, and no previous art skills required!

Dr. Sarah Ness

Founder of Arts in Health Institute

Sarah Ness, PhD is a passionate advocate for the healing power of the arts. She believes that creative coping tools are the building blocks for nervous system regulation and, in turn, essential in the treatment of stress, trauma, and burnout. Dr. Ness has worked in the field of expressive arts therapy and arts in health for nearly 20 years. She has extensive experience working with trauma survivors, children and families in crisis, and patients struggling with chronic and acute illness. Dr. Ness founded the Arts in Health Institute to teach others how to use creative coping tools for personal health and professional practice.

Arts in Health Institute has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7112. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Arts in Health Institute is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.