Are you a recent graduate from an art therapy or counseling program? Do you need supervision hours for your ATR, ATR-BC, or another mental health license? Below is a list of art therapists in Florida who are qualified to provide supervision.
Amy Bucciarelli, MS ATR-BC, LMHC Location: North Central Florida/ Gainesville Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Amy Bucciarelli specializes in medical art therapy, children and adolescents, the use of mandalas, hand paper-making and art therapy assessments. Kelly Burns, ATR-BC, LMHC Kelly Burns, ATR-BC, LMHC-QS Location: Orlando area (central Florida) and virtual Contact: KLBurnsTherapy@gmail.com Kelly's experience includes working with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, such as inpatient and outpatient hospital facilities, residential treatment for addiction and trauma, non-profit community based organizations working with survivors of domestic violence, human/sex trafficking, and natural/human caused disasters. Kelly is currently the art therapist at Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando, FL, and provides virtual art therapy at Heart Bonds Counseling, a private practice in Orlando. She provides post-graduate art therapy supervision for professionals seeking their ATR and Registered Interns working towards their LMHC in Florida. Kelly looks forward to offering professionals seeking supervision opportunities to explore and define their authentic and creative voice through safe, structured and compassionate support. Dr. Jan Bush, ATR-BC Location: Palm Beach County Contact: email@example.com Dr. Jan Bush currently works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Dr. Bush also places focus on corporate wellness and professional development Anna Draper, MS, LMHC, ATR-BC Location:Orlando area (central Florida) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Anna currently works in a mental health counseling center with clients aged 5 to adulthood. Anna specializes in trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, and depression. Holly Ellison, MS, ATR-BC, LMHC Location: Larger Tampa Bay/Sarasota area Contact: email@example.com Website: creativewellnessflorida.com Holly is a proud graduate of the Master of Science Art Therapy program at Florida State University and has been working fulltime in the field since 2013. She is registered and board certified to provide art therapy (ATR-BC) and holds a License to provide mental health counseling (LMHC) in the state of Florida. Holly is also certified to teach yoga to children. Holly has experience providing therapeutic services to individuals of all ages in a variety of settings such as elementary, middle, and high schools; a correctional institution; psychiatric hospitals; as well as community based-home services. Since 2016 Holly has been providing supervision to individuals seeking provisional (ATR-P) and registration (ATR) status while helping prepare them to take the ATCB exam in hopes obtaining board certification (ATR-BC). Patricia D. Isis, Ph.D., LMHC, ATR-BC, ATCS Location: Miami (South Florida) Contact: Isisartrx@gmail.com Website: http://miamiarttherapy.com Dr. Isis holds both registration and board certification (ATR-BC) along with Art Therapy Credential Supervision (ATCS). Additionally, she is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and is credentialed to supervise interns seeking licensure in mental health counseling. Dr. Isis has maintained a mindfulness meditation practice for many years. She is a Trained Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) Teacher and offers MBSR and mindfulness trainings in her South Miami office. Dr. Isis has been practicing Art Psychotherapy in South Florida for over 35 years. She has worked in schools, hospitals, day treatment programs, substance abuse and eating disorder treatment centers and residential settings. Currently, she provides individual, couples, family and group art therapy/counseling privately and offers full time clinical services in the public schools. Reina Lombardi, ATR-BC, ATCS, LMHC-QS Location: Fort Myers (Southwest Florida) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org , Website:www.floridaarttherapyservices.com Reina owns a group private practice and provides supervision as part of her services, including group supervision virtually every other week. Rein has a history of working with children ages 4-18 in outpatient settings, with a history of trauma, anxiety, depression, non-suicidal self-harm, and in residential treatment including crisis stabilization (Baker Act Facilities) and in various educational settings. Additionally, Reina has a history of working with individuals recovering from addiction while in detox, residential treatment, and sober living environments. Reina has facilitated adolescent programming in museums and community-based arts facilities. Sheila Lorenzo de la Peña, Ph.D., ATR-BC (Available for online distance supervision only) Contact: Sheilalorenzodelapena@gmail.com Shelia has provided art therapy services at a forensic state facility since 2007. She has also worked with women in the prison system, children in foster care, and home-based therapy, and recently within the DBT framework. Shelia has supervised masters level students since 2008, and also provided ATR supervision. Her research includes: clinician burnout and self-care, the therapeutic use of mandalas, and adaptive media use. She promotes routine use of creative expression in both clients and clinicians as a means of building resiliency. Chelsea Plotner, LMHC-QS, ATR-BC Location: Tallahassee Contact: email@example.com Chelsea currently works at Capital Regional Behavioral Health Center, Outpatient IOP with high-risk adolescents ages 13-17. Chelsea works with issues include suicidality, self-harm, depression, anxiety, mood instability, homicidal ideation, family dysfunction, gender identity, and personality disorders. Joseph Scarce Ph.D., ATR-BC Location: Tampa Florida Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.arttherapisttampa.com Joseph has worked in community mental health serving the Tampa bay area for 25 years. He currently is in private practice, owner of Joe’s Art Time, LLC providing art therapy to a number of hospitals, community care centers and a substance abuse facility. Joseph is especially skilled in trauma based art therapy services and works with adults and children. He offers face to face as well as virtual art therapy supervision for professionals seeking their ATR registration. Craig Siegel, ATR-BC, ATCS Location: Miami/Broward/Palm Beach Counties Contact: email@example.com Craig is an Art Therapy Certified Supervisor (ATCS) who has provided art therapy services for over 20 years for children, adolescents, and adults within the South Florida community. He has spent a majority of his professional career working with students identified with emotional/behavioral disabilities (E/BD) within Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS). Craig has served as chairperson for the M-DCPS Clinical Art Therapy Department for the past 7 years, for which his primary responsibility is to directly supervise and support clinical art therapists working in the schools. In addition to this role, Craig has also maintained a private practice in Boca Raton where he has provided supervision to art therapy graduate students and to art therapists seeking to become a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) with the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB). Andrea Sutrick, ATR, LMHC Location: Milton, Florida Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Andrea is currently working with students in an elementary school setting. Prior experience with individuals who have survived trauma resulting from combat, abuse, incarceration, first responders, substance use. Lisa Wasserman, Psy.D. ATR-BC, ATCS Location: Broward County / Southeast Florida available by Skype, phone sessions Contact: email@example.com Dr. Wasserman, is an Art Therapy Certified Supervisor (ATCS) and qualified Mentor who has provided art therapy and psychological services for over 20 years for children, adolescents, and adults. Her current practice is in Broward County and she has spent the majority of her professional career working in crisis stabilization for acute care patients in hospitals and residential programs.Dr. Wasserman, was the thread to the Florida Art Therapy Association/ community for over ten years and during that time she held many positions on the Florida Art Therapy Board, one being the President. Once, the FATA board was stable she went to serve on the American Art Therapy Association as one of the conference chairs, a reader for proposals and now a BOD and Education Committee board liaison. Dr. Wasserman is a clinician as well as providing direct supervision and mentoring for clinical art therapists, psychology interns, individuals earning their hours to become a registered art therapist and new professionals.