A community of clinicians committed to creative healing. an intentional community for support with business building, peer clinical supervision, and a place to connect and belong
Who we are:
We are an arts based community where therapists can connect, and client's can come to heal. Creative Therapy Collective is a home for your practice. We are striving for creative community for clinicians and to be a creative healing space for clients. We are committed to an intentional community for support with business building, peer clinical supervision, and a place to connect and belong. This includes the use of the only art therapy studio in St. Louis! The Studio rents hourly and is an additional bonus to leasing offices as well.
2026 S. Big Bend Blvd.
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Creative Therapy Collective:
The Studio: a space for creative healing
Our Studio is stocked with basic art supplies and you can bring your own.
The space welcomes you to be used for groups, individual sessions, creative groups, gathering for community or other healing gatherings.
The studio can be rented hourly based on your needs and availability.
Rates: $35 an hour for the studio plus an additional fee per person utilizing the space if choosing to use the supplies at your fingertips!
FAQ: The Studio
How many people fit in the studio?
We are an intimate space for close connections. Our space holds a max of 8 or 9 adults
Can I use the supplies that are in the space?
Yes! We have packages you can purchase of different supplies for each member of your group.
Can I bring food?
You sure can! You have access to a sink and microwave if needed.
How do I schedule the space?
We have online booking to make it super easy!
Introduction to the therapists who work out of CTC's space.
Natalie Coriell, LPC, ATR-BC
Art Therapist, Psychotherapist,
Founder of Creative Therapy Collective, Founder of Connecting The Dots
Natalie is an LPC and board certified Art Therapist as well as a trained EMDR provider. She works with teens and young adults struggling with anxiety due to traumatic events in their lives. Natalie believes in the power of community both for her clients as well as bridging connections between professionals. We can all grow stronger together.
Jillayna Adamson MA, LPC, LMHC
Founder of Bright Tribe Therapy
Jillayna is a psychotherapist specializing in working with mamas and women's issues, teenagers, as well as cross-cultural work. She works with significant depression, anxiety, suicide ideation, identity development, LGBTQIA and questioning individuals, and is sex-positive and informed. Jillayna is trained in trauma, perinatal mental health, EMDR, narrative and creative expressive therapies. She is on the Board of Welcome Neighbor STL, and does additional work with refugee populations.
Find her at BrightTribeTherapy.com