The art of cooking is making its way into the therapeutic world in the form of Culinary Art Therapy.

Its benefits are rich and delicious, and include increased self-esteem, team building, enhanced brain development, and helping people connect on a deeper interpersonal level.

What is Culinary Art Therapy?

Culinary Art Therapy is therapy that uses cooking as the means of communication and expression. The benefits and applications are many.


Whether you are interested in an Individual Session, Group, Family, or Corporate - I can tailor a session to fit your needs and create a shared cooking experience.

About the Therapist 

Julie Ohana holds a B.A in Counseling from SUNY Empire State College and an M.S.W from Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler School of Social Work in NYC.