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Joseph Jaworek, MA-CTY, ATR-BC

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Joseph Jaworek, MA-CTY, ATR-BC
Sandplay and Art Therapy Studio
Business Address:
27 US HWY 202 South
Business Address 2:
Far Hills Center, Suite 8
Far Hills
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Degree Name/Type:
MA/Art Therapy
Name of School:
New York University
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Art Therapy
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Joseph is available for individual art therapy at the Art Therapy Studio at Diamond Spring Lodge in Denville, New Jersey and the the Art Therapy and Sandplay Studio at Far Hills Center. The work i do with my clients through art and sandplay works in a way that is quite different than how most of us are used to working. Instead of facts, figures, causes, tests, and words− our work is for deeper parts of ourselves through images with understanding arriving through symbols. It heals the part of ourselves which awaits words and reasons. It is a powerful therapy, like an awakened dream, that allows us to work through deep issues in a safe, non-verbal way.

I offer therapy groups for male survivors only:
I offer a free initial consultation appointment.:
I offer a sliding scale fee for survivors in need:
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Joseph Jaworek is an artist who paints, sculpts and teaches in his studios in Summit, Denville and Far Hills, NJ. He is a registered and board certified art therapist (ATR-BC), serves the Governmental Affairs Committee of the American Art Therapy Association and is Delegate to the Assembly of Chapters for the NJ Art Therapy Association. He has training in grief and bereavement counseling and has received certification from the Association for Death Education and Counseling (CT). Joseph has received training and certification in Multi-Modal Approaches To Learning, Creativity and Communication from Teachers College Columbia University. He is a graduate of the art therapy program at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development.
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