Affiliated with Riverbend Counseling Group
Creative Therapy Services upholds the value that we all hold our own wisdom to change and heal.
“Problems are not the problem coping is the problem” - Virginia Satir
The mission of Creative Therapy Services is to provide a safe, secure and accepting environment to build a strong foundation to develop a trusting relationship between the therapist and client in order to create an effective therapy treatment. Evidence-based therapy and best practice guidelines for effective treatment strongly guide the assessment and creation of individualized treatment plans. Lindy holds a strong commitment in continuing to learn and study emerging treatments to assist her in her work with traumatized and abused children and adults.
Lindy Swimm, L.C.S.W., owner of Creative Therapy Services is committed to providing effective quality therapeutic services. Creative Therapy Services specializes in working with children, adolescents, adults and families who have experienced traumatic experiences, relationship problems, attachment disruptions, abuse and neglect. Lindy Swimm brings the gifts of creativity and focused awareness to her practice. Thoughtful, thorough assessment enables Creative Therapy Services to meet clients where they are and create an intervention that will best help them to achieve and maintain identified objectives and goals. Supporting every client to set an intention to determine their own personnel strengths and co-create a vision for change is a highly held value of Creative Therapy Services.
Evidence-based therapy interventions and best practice guidelines for effective treatment strongly guide the assessment and creation of individualized treatment plans. Lindy Swimm Holds a strong commitment in continuing to learn and study emerging treatments to assist her in her work with traumatized and abused children and adults. Creative Therapy services provide interventions using researched validated treatment protocols anchored in the tenets of brain development and neuroscience, effects of trauma on the brain, interpersonal relationship functioning as related to the attachment and defense systems, and child development.