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Mental health counseling


Expressive Arts Facilitator


Single Parenting Coach


Reparenting expert




I got married at what I consider to be the young age of 22, fulfilling a destiny that was clearly delineated for me throughout my religious, Jewish upbringing.   Ten years, four moves, two countries and 3 kids later, I found myself in Florida, divorced and baffled about how I gotten here (both existentially and geographically) and confused about what to do next.  I went back to school to get my master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Expressive Arts Therapy (more on what that is here) to realize my dream of pursuing a career that combined social contribution, creative expression and personal development.  

With my degree in hand, along with an accumulation of experience and trainings in education, program development, music, creative movement, dance, yoga, meditation, and trauma-informed practice, I started thinking about how I was going to put it all together.  During that time, the number of divorce people around me began to grow exponentially, and I became aware of how limited the resources are which openly address the various challenges that I, and the many others I talked to, experienced.   And so, A (re)creative life was born.  






My therapeutic practice is built around helping my clients, which include adults, children and families, connect to their own inner resources, find healthy perceptions of themselves and discover transformation.   I approach emotional healing with a creative mind and focus on self-loving ways to process emotional pain, mindful somatic attention, positive goal setting, innovative wellness practices, and inspiring tools for cognitive and emotional re-patterning.

I know that no single approach is the right one for every individual, so I utilize a variety of techniques, therapeutic approaches and a broad range of creative modalities, to facilitate solution-focused healing, trauma resolution, positive change and personal growth. 

I also understand the realities and constraints of everyday life which might make it difficult or challenging to seek therapy (for yourself and/or children), so I offer online coaching, via phone or video chat.   

I believe in every individual's innate capacity to heal, and seek a path towards discovery and transformation, lined with dignity, respect, trust, creativity and open-minded exploration.


I specialize in the following areas:

  • divorce issues 

  • child or adolescent

  • parenting

  • coping skills

  • anxiety

  • trauma resolution

  • stress related disorders

  • prevention and wellness

  • life transitions and empowerment

  • self esteem

  • religious trauma 

  • mind/body connection

A free 15 minute consultation to help assess if this is the right fit for you, discuss where you are in your life and what goals you would like to set and accomplish.
Free Phone Consultation
15 min
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The goal of a (re)creative life is to create a platform where people can find support, guidance, inspiration and community

about practice



The process of bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment


Focuses on the unconscious processes and how and why that  shows up in a person's

present behavior. 

Founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences

of love, work, and play.

Positive Psychology
Expressive ArtsTherapy

Uses creative arts as a form of therapy, where the process of creation is emphasized rather than the final product.

Portrait of Sheva Ganz, therapist and founder of A ReCreative Life

Based on self-reflection, encourages openness to experience, self-trust,   and a

willingness to continue growing. 

Explores the whole person, through the process of realizing and expressing one's own capabilities and creativity


Based on understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma.


Combines spirituality and  transcendence with modern psychology.

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