This study aimed to explore experiences of a preliminary art therapist. The study included a total of 19 personal analyses from November 14, 2017, to March 13, 2018, from a psychoanalyst, and 12 instances of copying and 6 instances of transforming masterpieces to experience the psychological resistance that can be received from artworks. This process of personal analysis employed narrative research methods, that allowed for deriving the following meanings from the client’s experiences: first, find the starting point of resistance; second, experience the client through transformations; and third, accept the coexistence of psychological resistance. This study helped provide further understanding of the resistance individuals may receive from art works through the experience of a preliminary art therapist. The study also illustrated a way for preliminary art therapists to better understand themselves. Hopefully, various ways for art therapists to experience the client perspective will be further studied in the future.