Mo Golden
Depth Imagery Sessions

Depth Imagery Sessions

Are you looking for more clarity around an important life decision or transition? Are you feeling like there is an answer inside you, but you can’t quite access it yet?

Much like a dream, your Depth Imagery Session brings up symbols and imagery from your own subconscious so that you can hear your inner voice more clearly. This guided process can be very grounding and affirming. It can help you find direction and confidence.

It can reinforce the growth you’re experiencing through therapy, your own creative work, or other healing processes.

Through your session you will receive 12-20 images that map your current moment, your inner guidance, and what is asking to be emerge at this time in your life.

There is very little talking and clients don’t need to share any personal information in order to have a powerful experience. Also, the images emerge from what you are ready for, what your subconscious is working with now, so you won’t be shocked or confronted with anything you aren’t ready to work with.

To book a session, email Mo at
Price per session: $250
Includes 12-20 original images.

What past clients are saying…

“A year after working with Mo, I still refer back to her drawings as guideposts to the next step in my journey, and each time I uncover new insights.” “Since working with Mo, when I am at a crossroads, wondering what to do, one of the images from our work together appears in my mind’s eye and, on a level beyond words, it all clicks and I am able to step into the next unfolding.”“Mo draws what is resting there, needing to be addressed, and then offers up beautifully fascinating images of what that looks like, bringing alternative views, and new ways of thinking.” 

Are you a mental healthcare professional, interested in how this work could benefit your clients? Click here!

What to Expect

Mo will guide you through a brief centering exercise where you set intentions for yourself (without sharing with Mo). You will then relax and observe Mo as she draws or keep your eyes closed and go into your own inner world.

After about 20 minutes, Mo will have created a series of between 10 and 20 images to show you. Mo’s process invites only the information and insight that you are ready to receive and integrate. Her sessions are designed to meet you where you are at, offering information at the level and quantity that will be most beneficial for you in this moment.

She will walk you through the images 3 times: once in silence, for you to take them in visually; once to offer her insights and the sensations that came up for her during the process; and a final time, in which you offer your own insights, as well as questions or areas that need clarification. At the end, if you want to share the intention you set, or some of the wishes you had for the session, you will be welcome to do so.

Then, Mo will discuss next steps for your process with the images and ask how she can continue to support your process of self-discovery and growth.

The session will take one hour and you will leave with all of your images and instructions to help you work with your images more deeply.

Session Formats


At Mo’s space in Olympia. If you’re not in the PacNW but want to set up sessions for 5 or more people, Mo can travel to your location.

At the end of your session, you will take home all of the original paintings created in your session, along with instructions to help you continue your process with the images.


Your session will be via Zoom.

You will get digital copies of your images the same day. Then, Mo will mail the original paintings to you, along with instructions to help you continue your process with the images.

After your first session, you may decide to book follow-up sessions. Here are a few options for continuing your work with Mo.

  • Deepening the same imagery

Is there one image or theme that came up, that you want to understand more deeply? your session can focus on this, generating a new series of 10-20 images that unpacks more insight around what already came up. It is helpful to bring your first set of images to the session.

  • Unearthing new imagery

Maybe there isn’t a specific image or theme that came up in the last session, but you are in a different place than you were when the first series of images were created. You are ready to continue your process. It may or may not be useful to bring your first set of images.

  • Strengthening your own art making 

After your first session with Mo, you may go deeper into your depth imagery through adding color or texture to the images. Or, the images may inspire writing, movement, sound… If you want support using any creative medium to explore your images, Mo can support you in this process.

  • Fresh session

Some dreams are connected to each other. And sometimes it’s time to dream a new dream. If you want another session with Mo, you can decide if you want to refer back to previous content or if you want a fresh session.

More About The Process

Mo uses a process she developed through her study of multiple approaches. In her sessions, Mo creates images through Touch Drawing, a process developed by artist Deborah Koff-Chapin, in which the artist presses their hands onto paper that is laying on top of a painted board, much like printmaking.

Through this process, Mo awakens her own senses and the connection between both sides of her brain, allowing her to somatically attune to her client.

Some of the studies that have influenced Mo’s way of working:

  • Zero Balancing: a healing modality that engages the bone structure and energy. Mo specifically uses the modality’s Types of Touch as a framework for engaging with client’s energy in a way that is not invasive, but rather meets them in the middle and invites them to take responsibility for their own insights, growth, and healing.
  • Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy. Mo’s certification from PCETI Argentina has guided her approach to working with clients and her relationship to the creative process as a tool for intuition. She is particularly interested in the Person-Centered Approach tenants of Unconditional Positive Regard, and of creating the conditions for the client to do their own healing and growth.
  • Marilyn Frasca and Progoff Intensive Journaling. Mo studied with artist Marilyn Frasca, who studied with the psychologist and student of Jung, Ira Progoff. Mo learned an approach in which the visual arts are used to access and influence the subconscious, and where the artist does not control the image, but acts as midwife to the images as they reveal themselves.
  • Rob Esposito and Hanna Somatics. Mo studied with dancer Rob Esposito, whose expertise combines Thomas Hanna Somatics, Laban Movement, Pilates, and dance technique from Hanya Holm and Alwin Nikolais. Through this work, Mo learned to use the body and physical sensation as a tool for insight and transformation.

Questions? Ready to book a session?
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