Creative Identity

UPDATED: September 8, 2020

Creative Identity - Day Program
Creative Identity is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit therapeutic and expressive arts program in Anaheim and Laguna Beach, California that serves adults, 18 years of age and older, with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Established in 1996 by music therapist and professional jazz guitarist George Gilliam, Creative Identity continues to successfully assist individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in achieving a higher degree of independence through therapeutic interventions, individualized instruction, education, and mentoring in music and the expressive arts, and pre-vocational skills training, onsite and in the community.
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Creativity Travels - Home Based Music Therapy & Expressive Arts
Creative Identity understands the importance of learning in a comfortable environment, which for many may be their homes. Our in-home Music Therapy and Expressive Arts services bring the gift of music and art into your own home and can support person-centered growth in a variety of areas. Sessions are facilitated by talented artists with a Bachelor in Fine Arts and by Board-Certified Music Therapists.

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  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • No Insurance Accepted


Creative Identity
200 N Harbor Blvd
Suite 210
Anaheim, CA 92805
United States


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George Gilliam

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