Art Therapy Faculty
Associate Professor, Department Chair of Art Education & Community Arts Practices and Program Head of Art Therapy
Art Education, Art Therapy
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 215-777-9264
- Office: Tyler B10J
Lisa Kay is an artist/researcher, art educator, and art therapist whose creative voice is manifested in and enhanced by the integration of these three identities. She considers art, teaching, and therapy as an integral part of her art practice.
A board-certified art therapist, Kay's research interests combine her curiosity about artistic development, the psychology of child art, artists with disabilities and the healing potentials of the arts with children, adolescents and adults. Her publications concern the intersections and collaborations of contemporary art education and...
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Michaela Herr, MA, ATR-BC, LPC
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- Website: www.michaelaherr.com
Michaela Herr is passionate about the expressive arts therapies and their ability to heal, empower, transform and uplift people. She is fueled by social justice, connection and community, and integrates her work with people into the classroom for a hands-on, experiential-based learning experience.
MA, Lesley University
BA, Marywood University
Spencer K. Stalloni, MA, ATR-BC, LPC
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Spencer K. Stalloni is an artist, board-certified art therapist and licensed professional counselor whose experience and work has focused on psychoanalytic perspectives in inpatient psychiatric and outpatient settings. Her clinical interest focuses on resiliency, individuality and symbolism supported by the creative process.
Certified Adoption Counselor, Rutgers University, 2017
MA, Drexel University, 2016
BFA, University of the Arts, 2013
K.C. Wuebbling, LPC, ATR-BC, CAADC
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K.C. Wuebbling is an artist, licensed professional counselor, and board-certified art therapist. They utilize a relational perspective, emphasizing the importance of trust, respect and authenticity in their work as an outpatient psychotherapist. They specialize in mood disorders, LGBTQAI+ health and wellness and substance use disorders. As an educator, K.C. utilizes a critical pedagogy encouraging students to see beyond the information presented, challenging dominant beliefs and practices in the field of art therapy and counseling.
MA, Drexel University
BFA, Herron School of Art & Design