Art Therapy

Art Therapy

Use active art-making, the creative process, and applied psychological theory—within a psychotherapeutic relationship—to enrich the lives of individuals, families, and communities.

Art Therapy can help with:

  • Emotional distress (ex. depression, anxiety, anger, grief)
  • Self-expression and communication
  • Exploring new perspectives, such as changing body images, goals, and self-esteem
  • Managing side effects of treatment
  • Learning healthy coping skills and stress management

Board Certified Art Therapist

Amber Ellis

Amber is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Board Certified Art Therapist.

Robin Epley

Robin completed her undergrad at USI with a double major in art and psychology.  She then graduated from University of Louisville’s art therapy program which allowed for a dual licensure in counseling.

Additional resources

Art Therapy Credentials Board– Verify up-to-date information on our Art Therapists

American Art Therapy Association– Navigate here to learn more about art therapy and resources that can help.