Chelsea Call, LMHC, RYT
PhotoTherapy as Embodied Identity
A journey in witnessing your beautiful, embodied self unfold in front of the camera lens. With the environmental container, Chelsea Call, trained art therapist and photographer, will guide you through a process of inquiry and prompts to land in your physical body. Through breath work and intention-setting a relationship emerges, from which a photographic dialogue ensues. These photographs serve as a recording device, marking one's healing journey forever in one singular moment of time.
Chelsea is a visual artist, somatic guide, and art psychotherapist currently residing in the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Her intersectional work focuses on facilitating healing through integrative investigations. Amalgamating visual, somatic, and ecological processes, she believes personal transformation is the gateway to collective change.
Chelsea’s visual endeavors aim to explore multi-faceted layers of the human experience in relationship to the natural world.
She received her Master of Arts in Counseling & Art Therapy from Southwestern College, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Colorado State University. Chelsea holds over 500 hours of registered yoga training, including trauma-sensitive modalities.
Chelsea offers homage to the lineages of her teachers Shiva Rea, Tara Brach, Shawn Parell, Peter Levine, Dr. David Frawley, Elena Brower, David Emerson, and Steven Forrest.