At Sage House Art Therapy, we strive for holistic wellbeing above all else. We know that the unique challenges adults, children and teens face and the need to be held and healed with an integrative approach. That’s why we use a combination of art therapy, mindfulness, yoga, and talk therapy to help you rediscover your innate wisdom and align from the inside out.
We’re a group of Board-Certified Art Therapists and Registered Art Therapists dedicated to fostering health and wellbeing. We care deeply about the experiences of each individual person, caring for you, your child and your family as a whole. Each therapist brings her own expertise, training, and personal experience to Sage House in order to provide you the highest quality of care.
Kate is the Founder and Clinical Director of Sage House Art Therapy. She’s passionate about supporting individuals through experiences around womanhood, motherhood, including pregnancy and postpartum. She also specializes in working with adults and children living with chronic medical illness.
Lauren is an art therapy and counseling resident. She believes all people have an innate capacity to express themselves creatively to explore their experiences, increase self-awareness, and improve overall well-being in therapy. Lauren works with adults and teens, with specialties in trauma and substance abuse disorders.
Kelley is an art therapist with over 15 years of experience working with children and adults. She believes in the power of art and the therapeutic relationship to guide each person to wellness. Kelley specializes in women living with anxiety and depression as well as teens and substance abuse disorders.
Whether you’re navigating a difficult change in your life, or experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression, one-on-one therapy can help you make sense of your situation so that you can move through it and thrive.
As your child grows up, new sets of challenges present themselves. Whether you’re finding it challenging to set limits, or you’re at a loss for how to help your child or teenager through difficult experiences, Sage House Art Therapy can help.
The unique challenges of having a baby can make you wonder, “Am I the only one feeling like this?” and “Is there something wrong with me?” When it feels like no one understands your experience surrounding pregnancy and new motherhood, our therapists are here to help.
Professionals working towards their ATR-BC and/or an LPC can schedule individual or group supervision with Kate Tedeschi. Kate holds an ATR-BC and an LPC in Virginia and Washington DC. She is registered as an approved supervisor with the VA Board of Counseling.