Support For Individuals, Families, & Facilities

Artist, Art Therapist, Dementia Strategist

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 The Creative Caregiver Studio
Held every second Thursday of the month

This is a weekly, virtual therapeutic art group for dementia caregivers.
You might be a good fit if you are

  • Caring for a person living with dementia

  • Looking for support from other in a similar situation

  • Looking for support outside of therapy and traditional support groups

  • Open to regaining your creativity and playfulness while reconnect with yourself

This program is for folks who are open and creative, but no prior art experience is necessary

1:1 Coaching

Personalized coaching for individuals caring for their partners living with dementia

The Creative Caregiver Studio

A virtual therapeutic art group for dementia caregivers

Art Therapy Group

This is an in-person art therapy group for individuals living with dementia

3 Steps to Reframing Agitation Guide

How to manage agitation while caring for someone living with dementia is a frequent struggle for caregivers. That is why I created this guide for you with 3 easy steps to teach you have to reframe what agitation is, why it shows up, and ways to handle it in the future.

Hello! I’m Sivan

Licensed Clinical Professional Art Therapist 
Dementia Strategist

I have been working with older adults living with dementia and their families in one way or another for the last 12 years. I am passionate about improving the quality of lives for individuals living with dementia. 
I help women who care for their partners living with dementia create personalized care interventions so they can feel equipped and confident to handle whatever crap dementia throws at them that day. 

My Approach & Values

Mental health care in our older adults is so important, yet underserved. I believe that when we treat individuals as a whole, acknowledging all the dimensions of their life and attending to not only their physical needs but their mental and emotional ones, we are able to decrease suffering and increase quality of life.

Learning to work from a therapeutic and mental health perspective can decrease unwanted behaviors, increase client satisfaction, and improve quality of life for the care partner and the individual living with dementia.