Art Therapy Counseling and Consultation is offering Telehealth sessions
I have worked in the field of art therapy for over 25 years. Art Therapy is depth psychology and process oriented. It moves us forward with imagery and self-expression, holding and containing. I am passionate about Art Therapy: Art as Therapy. I am honored to work with people as they better understand themselves, witness their process, and identify and release old stories and conflicts. I am a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC, 2006) and a Registered Art Therapist (1992). I am a Licensed Professioanl Counselor in the state of Colorado (LPC, 2000).
I hold a Master’s degree from Lesley College in Expressive Arts Therapy with concentration in Art Therapy. There I had the good fortune of working with Dr. Shaun McNiff, Dr. Thomas Moore, Paolo Knill, and Dr. Suzanne Canner-Hume. Following my graduate work, I began a working, supervisory relationship with Dr. Myra Levick, PhD, ATR-BC. Under Dr. Levick’s supervision and guidance, I developed a passion for Art Therapy Assessment, in particular, Dr. Levick’s The Levick Emotional and Cognitive Art Therapy Assessment. I became a practitioner and teacher of The LECATA, and similarly, the Silver Draw-A-Story Art Therapy Assessment developed by Dr. Rawley Silver, with whom I dialogued about her assessment and it’s applications and findings.
Since 2007, I have been providing clinical supervision to art therapists, those working toward registration and certification, and those interested in continued professional development.
I am fortunate to love the work I do. Please let me know how I might be of support to you in your process either personally, or professionally.
I have many years of experience and successfully work with people, healing from grief and loss, healing unresolved childhood trauma, unhealthy relationship patterns, poor self-esteem, illness or injury, emotional challenges, difficulty identifying and expressing feelings, highly sensitive, gifted and talented and those on the autism spectrum. I have assisted those in recovery address unresolved inner conflict so that they might live more freely in sobriety.
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