This page represents featured members of the Art Therapy Alliance community. Please check out the variety of websites, blogs, and other on-line resources to learn more about their work. If you are an Art Therapist involved in the Art Therapy Alliance community and interested in being featured on this list, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. As a courtesy for this free listing, please post a reciprocal link to the Art Therapy Alliance on your website or blogroll.
Disclaimer: Listings on this page does not imply any endorsement of the services of these art therapists by The Art Therapy Alliance. The Art Therapy Alliance also makes no representation or warranty as to the quality of the services provided by the art therapists who are listed on this page.
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Blog of San Francisco area art therapist Elizabeth Beck. Elizabeth blogs on various topics related to art therapy. . Kristina DiTullo uses a precise, controlled, repetitive visual language to examine themes such as trauma, relationshiand resilience. As an art therapist she has worked with chronically mentally ill adults, adolescents with eating disorders, medically ill children and adults with developmental disabilities. Visit Kristina's artist website here. Jen Berlingo is extensively trained in art therapy, multicultural and diversity issues, energetic counseling, and mindfulness meditation. Jen's professional website is www.jenberlingo.com and her blog Paint Cut Paste, is dedicated to inspiring young artists through creative expression. Art Therapist Susan Boyes provides counseling and art therapy services in Ann Arbor, MI helping people of all ages to develop strategies to cope with whatever life throws at them. She helps people solve their problems with the help of their own creativity. Psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, PTSD. Susan also has a blog Art Heals to provide useful information about art, art therapy, business methods, and networking. Koby Cauly is an art therapist and lecturer in Israel that provides therapy with an expression and creativity. On his site submit or browse for articles, case descriptions, links to relevant or update on events and seminars. Laura Dessauer, is the founder of the award winning Creativity Queen, LLC- a company teaching children and parents creative tools to help solve their problems. Laura also mentors other therapists on how to create a successful therapy business, helping more people and making more money. Tracy Hart provides art therapy, individual counseling, and group art experiences for children and adults. Her blog, The Unfolding Moment features reflections on art as therapy, artistic identity, mindfulness, and spirituality in art. H Mari P Grande is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist in Brooklyn Heights, NY who focuses on helping those with adjustment disorders, and stress related trauma, including anxiety and depression. Ages range from childhood to adulthood. For more information visit www.arttherapistmari.com Shannon Halligan is an Art Therapist in private practice in Rochester, NY, works with people of all ages and also specializes in working with people who have anxiety and panic disorder and treating children and adults with special needs including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, and developmental delays. She utilizes a client-centered model of treatment and believes that self-expression through art enhances quality of life. She also offers staff training, art workshops and public speaking engagements. Her website and her blog offers information and resources relevant to the creative arts therapy community. Alice Landry is the founder and supervising therapist for Visiting Art Therapy in New York City. Visiting Art Therapy allows clients to discover the healing power of creativity... in their own home! Visiting art therapy is unique in that they will come to you, supplies and all, to work with you individually, in your environment. You can find Visiting Art Therapy on Facebook here. Kate King is a master’s level art therapist and psychotherapist, and a registered psychotherapist within the state of Colorado. Kate's practice is in Denver, Colorado, and she works primarily with children, adolescents, and adult women to provide support in their process of cultivating optimal mental, physical, and spiritual health. Diane McKnight is an LLMSW, artist, healing art guide, and student in the Master of Arts/Art Therapy at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. Her blog InnerSpirit is her own personal contemplation of emotions, actions, art, spiritual journey and how they all intertwine and influence each other. Art therapist Lacy Mucklow notes the adventures in the growing field of art therapy on her blog. Jennifer Patterson is a child, couple, and family therapist and art therapist with experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Washington, have a dual Master’s degree in Psychology and Art Therapy from Antioch University Seattle, and a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education. Her website www.pattersoncounseling.com includes more her work and services. Rachel Schreibman is an art therapist who blogs about many art therapy and counseling topics, latest news in art therapy, and resources. Lee Ann Thill provides individual and group art therapy and counseling services to children, adolescents and adults seeking treatment for a range of psychological and interpersonal issues. Her specialty are issues related to diabetes. Lee Ann is also a Diabetes Blogger and blogs on her site: Peg Tipka / Creative Counseling- Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist providing therapy to children, adults, and families in Northeast, Ohio. Art Therapy, Guided imagery, Sandtray therapy, CBT techniques, Existential Therapy, and Client Centered Therapeutic approaches may be utilized. The Dreaming Zebra Foundation was established in Portland, OR in the interest of promoting greater access to the arts for children and young adult through charitable donations of art and music supplies to support individuals, schools, and other nonprofit organizations serving youth and the arts. With the help of our volunteers, donors, and sponsors, DZF provides new and gently recycled art supplies, musical instruments, and other creative resources to those in need, while raising community awareness and support for arts education. To learn more about working with DZF to source materials, volunteering, or donating please visit their website www.dreamingzebra.org, or their Facebook page. Peace Paper works to empower bereaved communities by engaging in collaborative art processes addressing peaceful reconciliation and positive forward thinking. Through paper, writing, book, and printmaking activities, Peace Paper works together to transform significant articles of clothing into works of art which broadcast personal stories, mutual understanding and healing. You can also check out PeacePaper on Facebook here. Elizabeth Kardamis keeps track of all the art therapy techniques she has done at her work place on her blog Art Therapy Techniques from in the Field in hopes of helping and inspiring other art therapists. She hopes other art therapists will comment and share their own art tasks so a database of techniques can be created.
FEATURED MEMBER SITES & BLOGS
Shauna Goodenough is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Art Therapist in San Francisco. Shauna provides art therapy for children and adolescents, and is a didactic instructor at two Bay Area methadone clinics. For more information please visit www.humanbehavior.us Theresa Quinn / Quinn Art Therapy- Create, Communicate, and Heal....Theresa is an Art Therapist and Licensed Marriage Family Therapist practicing in Michigan working with all-ages in her individual and family art therapy practice. Linda Turner / Art Therapy in NYC- is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist practicing in New York City. She utilizes art therapy techniques of all kinds, as well as guided imagery, stress reduction strategies, meditation and other supportive methods whether doing art therapy with children, adolescents or adults. PeaceLove Studios is a growing community of mental health advocates and artists creating conversation of acceptance, understanding and hope. Based in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, PeaceLove is driven by an expanding number of passionate individuals who have found a common purpose in spreading understanding around mental illness through creative expression. You can also connect to PeaceLove on Facebook here. Southwestern College's holistic, transformational education emphasizes experiential learning, and becoming a deeply reflective, holistic licensed professional and agent of deep change. Located in Sante Fe, New Mexico, SWC offers a Master's Degree in Counseling and a Master's Degree in Art Therapy / Counseling. Art Therapy Alliance Founder Gretchen Miller is proud to serve on SWC's Board of Advisors. Sara Roizen is a fine artist, muralist and art therapist. She currently works in New York City as an art therapist for men and women with HIV and AIDS, many of whom are also struggling with experiences of mental illness, chemical addiction, and histories of trauma. María Laura Riva is a psychologist and art therapist providing groups and workshops in
Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Jennifer Breslow is an Art Therapist and Psychotherapist in private practice in New York City, specializing in helping adolescents and adults overcome trauma, work through grief and loss (including pet loss,) cope with anxiety and depression, deal with addiction, heal from the effects of childhood sexual/physical/emotional abuse and generally live more authentic lives. Please visit www.artpsychotherapynyc.com for more information.