Welcome

Welcome.

Art Therapy of MN is a neurodiverse-affirming and competent practice. We strive to be inclusive of all brains, bodies and experiences.

All therapists at Art Therapy of MN offer the option of either in-person or virtual sessions.

Please check each provider’s individual page for specialties and availability.

Alden Lebsack

I’m Alden, an Art Therapy Intern at Art Therapy of MN.

Alden Lebsack (he/him) specializes in working with children and adolescents through emerging adults, ages 8-30. Alden works with those who identify as being a part of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as neurodivergent individuals, such as ADHD and ASD. Alden uses both art and talk therapy when working with clients, and helps others with their developing identities, working through their struggles and identifying their strengths. Alden also works with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation/self-harm, and body image concerns.

Breanna Bisek

I’m Breanna, an Art Therapy Intern at Art Therapy of MN.

Breanna Bisek (she/her) specializes in working with young adults and adults using both art and talk therapy, and is passionate about working with highly sensitive/neurodiverse individuals, and those who are living with a mental health diagnosis, chronic pain, or trauma. Breanna’s areas of interest include mood disorders (bipolar disorder, depression), anxiety, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, perfectionism, codependency, negative thinking patterns (overthinking, cognitive distortions, ruminating), highly sensitive people, self esteem, lifestyle changes and building healthy habits (unhealthy coping skills, diet, sleep, exercise).

Meghan Laird, LPCC, ATR

I’m Meghan, an Art Therapist and Licensed Clinical Counselor working with Art Therapy of MN.

Meghan Laird (she/her) specializes in working with children, adolescents and young adults ages 8-28 years old. Meghan also specializes in using both art and talk therapy with young people experiencing anxiety, depression, self-harm, and behavioral difficulties. Meghan also works with families who are struggling to communicate effectively or who are having difficulties understanding their child’s emotional experience and/or behavioral struggles.

Angela (Pitton) Abdo, LPCC

I’m Angela, an Art Therapist and Licensed Clinical Counselor, Owner and Supervisor of Art Therapy of MN.

Angela (Pitton) Abdo (she/her) is not taking on new clients at this time. Please connect with Angela for general therapy inquiries, referrals, billing/insurance questions or hiring questions. Angela values building an inclusive, validating, neurodiverse-affirming, culturally-aware, trauma-informed private practice. She supports her therapists through ongoing training and supervision.

Leah Royseth, MA

I’m Leah, an Art Therapist and Counselor working with Art Therapy of MN.

Leah Royseth (she/her) specializes in helping women who have found themselves in unhealthy relationship dynamics, cycles of domestic violence or abusive relationships. She also works with adolescents, young adults and adult clients to better understand anxiety, neurodivergence (including OCD, ADHD, and Autism), interpersonal and boundary issues, people-pleasing, codependency and trauma using both art and talk therapy.  


We are so glad you are here.

Art Therapy of MN is an art-based therapy and counseling studio located in The Ivy Building, an artist-friendly space in the Seward neighborhood of Southeast Minneapolis.

Art Therapy of MN strives towards continual growth as therapists by doing the ongoing work of addressing personal biases and combating racism, ableism and all other injustices.

We acknowledge differences, and openly express our commitment to inclusivity of all humans, brains and bodies.

We acknowledge all trauma, be it racial, ableist, sexuality-based, gender-based or otherwise.

We are here to validate all experiences.