AT 539 Art Therapy Professional Orientation and Ethics, AT 515 Group Dynamics, Processes, and Art Therapy, AT 580 Art Therapy Practicum
LGBTQ+ community competences with a special focus on the needs of transgender/gender diverse people including gender issues for children and youth
Quinn Rivenburgh, MAAT, ATR-BC, LPC, LAT, is an art therapist currently residing on Clackamas and Cowlitz land, AKA Portland, Oregon. They practice therapy from a feminist, relational-cultural framework and incorporate principles of Somatic Experiencing Therapy into their work. Quinn’s areas of expertise include LGBTQ+ community competences with a special focus on the needs of transgender/gender diverse people including gender issues for children and youth. They work from a systemic, trauma-informed perspective, using a client-centered approach. They have worked in a broad range of settings including inpatient psychiatric, assisted living, day treatment, and outpatient settings with clients ages 5 to 105. As a supervisor and educator, Quinn uses a self-as-therapist, a collaborative model, and critical theoretical lens to support the clinical development of early career practitioners.
They are excited to have a chapter on healing from burnout, forthcoming in “Illustrating Stories,” Natalie Carlton, Ed. from Jessica Kingsley Publishers in Fall 2021.