Discover more about Daniella Rubinovitz, Coach and Art Therapist:
After graduating as an industrial designer Daniella Rubinovitz worked in the high tech corporate world, in New Jersey, USA. She created products for communication and worked on teams of engineers to create aesthetics and human factors for new technologies; Daniella invented 3 US Patents.
Following her Masters of Technology Management Degree, Daniella headed the inception and development of an internal Industrial Design Division in Europe.
Her passion for personal development led her to complete her coaching certification and subsequently wrote “SMART, How Art inspires action in Business” a coaching based book which applies for both personal and business needs.
For over eight years, Daniella Rubinovitz offered art as a tool for personal development. She offered courses, workshops and weekend retreats at Atelier Molenpad, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where she fostered the safe feeling for art creation in adults, without the need of art experience.
“I fuse the disciplines of Coaching and Art Therapy into a SMART methodology. The backbone of this methodology starts at the present moment. Here the creation of: space, movement, art, receiving and transformation shift old beliefs and habits. Drawing and painting are methods that I use to express and dig deeper.”
Art therapy is a relatively new human service in the field of psychotherapy. Because art therapists are trained both in art and therapy, they are knowledgeable about human development, psychological theories, clinical practice, the healing potential of art.
The tool of art is a birth right for all of us. Unfortunately, many have been discouraged, and even told at a young age that they aren’t talented, creative, and to better leave the art for others. This is true whether you are an individual, (financially secure or not), a corporate executive, or entrepreneur.
In this day and age, creativity allows our whole brain to thrive. I believe, we use our whole brain to become a content, empowered person. The power of fostering this creativity enhances our ability to see new perspectives, to be brave, and to believe in ourselves.
With the understanding of the personal development process, I saw that the next step was going for what we individually want. The individuals who were coached by my methodology over the last few years have achieved permission to thrive. They allow themselves to draw and paint as a tool to communicate with their inner self.
They have shifted their perspectives of their current situation. They have confidence to move and actualize their set goals. They know what it’s like to feel fulfilled in all areas of their life.