Sandra Sneiderman, has an M.A. from the Expressive Therapies program from Lesley University with a specialization in Dance Movement Therapy and a B.S. in Sociology from the University of Maine. Using a humanistic approach with body oriented psychotherapies, an eclectic creative approach, and systemic, relational and existential philosophies, she is interested in the interplay between the mind and body and using creativity as a vehicle for self-expression and transformation. She has experience working with children and adults who have mild to severe developmental disabilities including autism, trauma survivors, teenage parents, adults with mental illness and elders. She is interested in providing support, empowerment and connection through dance/movement and expressive arts helping clients tap into their innate and individual sense of creativity.