Andrea Davis has worked with various nonprofits, providing individual and group art therapy services for over 14 years. Davis is a past president of the North Texas Art Therapy Association (NTATA) and volunteered for a number of committees through the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) and the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATBC) on behalf of the profession. She is active in local and international art exhibitions and projects.
Davis earned her BA in Phenomenological Psychology at University of Dallas, Constantin, her MA in Humanistic Psychology at University of West Georgia and went on to complete post graduate art therapy work at the Art Therapy Institute.
Maria is a seasoned professional who has the privilege to be in private practice for over 20 years, specializing in family therapy and the creative arts to resolve conflicts and dilemmas. As a credentialed and registered art therapist, she has a passion for the field helping people to open-up to their creativity. She receives tremendous joy working with children, women, couples and families as trained in her doctorate of marriage and family therapy. She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels and is a supervisor for Marriage and Family Associates, Licensed Professional Counselor Associates and Provisional Art Therapists.
Jennifer graduated from Antioch University Seattle. While a graduate student at Antioch Jennifer studied Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy. Jennifer completed her practicum leading Art Therapy groups for incarcerated women who had survived domestic violence. Jennifer then completed her clinical internship working with youth and their families in the community mental health setting in Seattle, WA. Jennifer’s post-graduate work includes bringing mental health services into the public school setting. Jennifer has enjoyed working with youth and their families (age 4-18) to facilitate healing through the creative process of art therapy. Jennifer most often works from a trauma focused, client-centered/strength-based perspective. Jennifer is supervised by Andrea Davis LPC-AT-S, ATR-BC.
Hati Munetsi is a graduate of Saint Mary of the Woods with a Masters in Art Therapy and Counseling. She is an artist and an art teacher. Hati's post graduate work includes working with children including art making for those with special needs, community art therapy and women's issues. Hati's years of experience as a teacher give her particular insight for working with school aged youth. Hati is supervised by Andrea Davis LPC-AT-S, ATR-BC and Jill McNutt Ph.D., ATR, LPC, ATCS
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