AT 550 Diversity & Social Equity; AT 526 Clinical Practice: Counseling Skills in Art Therapy Practice
Researches and specializes in:
Chronic Illnesses/Disability; LGBTQ+, Culturally Specific (BIPOC)
I am an Adjunct Professor in the Art Therapy Program of the Counseling, Therapy, and School Psychology department for the Graduate School of Education and Counseling at Lewis & Clark College. I am also an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling at Portland State University. Additionally, I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon and maintain a private practice as a Clinical Rehabilitation Counselor, where I specialize in working with people with chronic illnesses and disabilities, and with the BIPoC, and LGBTQ+ communities. I enjoy teaching and training people around diversity and social equity, and I am passionate about working with individuals from diverse cultures and lifestyles while acknowledging the effect of socio-cultural systems on members of minoritized groups.