Gail Wetherell-Sack, ATR-BC, LPCC is a self-employed Registered Board Certified Art Therapist, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Professional Artist.
During the past 28 years, Gail has used art as a primarymethod of psychotherapy in working with adolescents, adults, families and groups. She teaches graduate art therapy courses at Walsh University and provides supervision for students and clinicians. Conducting workshops and presentations on Art Therapy and creativity are some of her favorite activities. Love of art and creativity finds her often engaged in painting, making collages, taking and giving art classes.
“Art is my sanctuary, my place of peace, healing and joy. The process of creating a collage takes me on a spiritual journey inward to a place where time stands still. This tiny point of stillness provides a wide-open space to connect to my truest self, the Universe and to God. As I experiment intuitively with various media, colors, designs and textures, I play with my imagination and with my creative muse. I love the freedom of art media. What would happen if…? It intrigues me to find ways to combine divergent materials and to balance opposing themes that create surprises for the viewer and for me. I hope my collages bring you a bit of the joy that I experience while creating them.”