Throughout her 17 years of providing mental health services, Stephanie has been engaged by an individual’s ability to communicate complex emotional challenges through creative expression. Combining creative arts with psychotherapy, she offers children, adolescents, adults, families and groups a variety of non-traditional modalities as gateways to exploring both their struggles and strengths.
Stephanie brings a diversity of skills to her current work. She has been trained in school systems, psychiatric hospitals, day treatment centers and in the homes of families in crisis. She has participated in multi-disciplinary teams in statewide agencies and accepted private contracts and grants to provide unique, specialized services in art therapy.
Stephanie was trained at Wheaton College and Lesley University and maintains a state license as a Clinical Professional Counselor. She received her Board Registration in Art Therapy in 2005 and Certification in 2011. Stephanie participates and maintains memberships in a variety of state and national counseling associations.