Indiana -
Currently Teletherapy only

Jessica Buescher Owner/Director


Hello! We are so glad you have arrived to our page. It means you are searching and ready to take the next step in your journey to wellness. Individuals that I have the most success with are seeking alternate and holistic ways to seek relief from stress, anxiety, depression, and/or PTSD.  

Specialities:  Neurodivergence, Complex PTSD, Mental Health and Medical Professionals

Training: Brainspotting I, II, Brainspotting with Adoption,  MNRI Dynamic & Postural Reflex Pattern Integration, Safe & Sound Protocol Certified, Focus Certified, Immigration Evaluations

Jessica is a passionate advocate for art therapy and has dedicated her career to making it accessible to a wide range of individuals. With a background in managed care settings, she recognized the transformative power of art therapy and embarked on a mission to bring it to the mainstream population. In 2010, she founded Art of the Soul Studio, a platform that would serve as a vehicle for her art therapy initiatives.

Her expertise in the field has earned her recognition, and she has served as President and Vice-President on the board of the Indiana Art Therapy Association. Through her leadership roles, she has been able to advocate for the integration of art therapy into mainstream mental health practices with various populations.  

Jessica's commitment to education led her to teach Career Counseling in Art Therapy at Herron in Indianapolis. Drawing from her years of experience in employee assistance programs (EAP) for general public she has also addressed the mental healthcare needs of refugees in work environments. Furthermore, she developed an employment training program in Illinois specifically tailored for individuals with different abilities, promoting inclusivity and empowerment.

Since 2013, Jessica has formed deep connections while working with refugee populations, and this experience has had a profound impact on her. She continues to engage with and support refugees throughout Indianapolis. As of Fall 2023, she will expand her services by offering immigration evaluations, further aiding individuals in their journey toward stability and belonging.

Jessica's therapeutic approach is characterized by empathy and respect for each client's personal values and lifestyle. She understands the importance of creating a safe and supportive environment where individuals can embark on their unique healing journey. To facilitate this process, she employs a range of therapeutic techniques tailored to the needs of each client.

Body-centered work is one approach that Jessica incorporates into her practice. By integrating the mind-body connection, she helps clients explore the physical manifestations of their emotions and experiences. This approach can promote a deeper understanding of the interplay between the body and the mind, leading to greater self-awareness and healing. Many years ago, Jessica trained in Reiki with the Reiki Center of Indiana and Shaman work at the Four Winds Society in Utah.  

Mindfulness breathing is another technique utilized by Jessica. By encouraging clients to engage in focused and intentional breathing exercises, she helps them cultivate present-moment awareness and develop a greater sense of calm and grounding. This practice can be particularly beneficial in managing stress, anxiety, and other emotional challenges.

Art therapy holds a central place in Jessica's approach. By using various artistic mediums, she invites clients to express their thoughts, feelings, and experiences creatively. Art therapy can provide a powerful outlet for self-expression, allowing individuals to access and process emotions that may be difficult to put into words. Through the creative process, clients can gain insight, promote healing, and develop new coping strategies.

While Jessica embraces these alternative modalities, she also recognizes the value of traditional talk therapy. By engaging in open and non-judgmental conversations, she creates a space for clients to explore their thoughts and emotions verbally. Talk therapy allows for reflection, introspection, and the development of insights into personal challenges and growth opportunities.

In addition to these approaches, Jessica continuously integrates her knowledge, skills, and training to effectively serve diverse populations. She understands the unique needs and cultural backgrounds of her clients and tailors her therapeutic interventions accordingly. Her commitment to empowerment and healing is at the core of her practice, ensuring that individuals receive the support they need to navigate their personal journeys successfully.

For those seeking more information or wishing to connect with Jessica, she can be reached at

Eastside Location -
CurrentlyTeletherapy only

Tina Williams, Owner/Manager


Tina is a Registered Art Therapist and a Licensed Mental Health counselor. Tina received her Master of Arts Degree in Art Therapy/Counseling from Saint Mary of the Woods College and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Visual Communications from the Herron School of Art & Design – IUPUI. Areas of focus include parenting support, behavior problems, depression and anxiety disorders, stress management, life transitions and relationship difficulties.

Specialities: Complex PTSD, Complex Grief, Mental Health and Medical Professionals

Training: Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Military Tier II Training

Tina's style of therapy is empathic and respectful of personal values and lifestyles. Clients are supported by engaging in an individual process of healing using approaches that may include body centered work, mindfulness breathing, art therapy, traditional talk therapy and other therapeutic processes. Tina continues to combine her knowledge, skills, and training to effectively provide empowerment and healing to diverse populations.

For more information contact Tina at