Amy Leiter LPC, ATR-BC
Amy has offered clinical supervision for two years for art therapists and counselors working toward their ATRs and LPCs. She founded Violet Hive Art Collective and Supervises interns and postgrads at Violet Hive, Griffith Centers for Children and Denver Children's Home. Amy's therapeutic approach combines art therapy with transpersonal, strength based, developmental, person centered and mindfulness. Amy's therapeutic specialties include women and preteens, anxiety, chakra healing, spiritual emergence, identity, life transitions, discovering intuitive talents, and transformational coaching.
Shauna Perry LPC, ATR-BC
Providing art therapy for 10 years. My clinical experience draws from residential, in-home, alternative and public schools, hospitals and camp settings. My therapeutic approach combines art therapy with strength based, developmental, person centered and trauma informed counseling. In supervision my intention is to create a safe space that will encourage self-reflection, posing questions of exploration as well as to celebrate successes, promote professional and personal growth and monitor client care.
Claudia Trevithick LPC, ATR-BC
Claudia has been a supervisor since 2007. She uses psychodynamics, object relations and Gestalt and works with children, teens, adults and families.
Erica Roush LPC, ATR
10 years of supervisory experience; former Clinical Director of a Residential Treatment center for teens; expertise in trauma, addiction, problem behavior. Populations: Teens, Adults and Families.
Nissa Jackman LMFT, ATR-BC
Nissa has been supervising for 2 years. Specialties: Autism Spectrum, Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss, Attachment and Trauma.
Cindy Gordon PhD, LPC, ATR-BC
Cindy focuses on adults facing the challenges of trauma, grief, self-esteem/ body image, physical illness such as cancer and life transitions in her practice. She welcomes professionals and interns working towards their ATR and/or LPC in supervision. Professional identity, ethics and transference/countertransference are among the topics explored in supervision. Art-making is also a component of supervision.
Valerie Epstein-Johnson LPC, ATR-BC
Wheat Ridge CO
Valerie offers clinical supervision for art therapists and counselors working toward their ATRs and LPCs. She works with clients 10+ in her practice. In addition to art therapy, Valerie specializes in Sandplay and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Therapeutic specialty areas include spiritual trauma, pregnancy loss and infertility, aging, and motherless daughters.
Christina Anderson LPC, ATR-BC
Greenwood Village CO
Theoretical Orientation: CBT, Mindfulness and ACT approach. Providing Post Graduate supervision for ATR and LPC hours for registration and licensure hours. Currently in private practice working with teens and adults, history of working with adults for inpatient psychiatric group art therapy. I do not provide internship sites but will do site visits to advise on setup if allowed by your worksite.
Emily Wilson LPC, ATR
I am happy to provide LPC and ATR supervision concurrently. I enjoy working with a variety of clients and have worked with children, adolescents, adults and families. I have career experience from Children's Hospital, have overseen mental health agencies with high case loads and I am currently in private practice.
Aiya Leah Staller LPC, LAC, ATR-BC
Aiya works from an integrative theoretical orientation that pulls strongly from art psychotherapy perspectives, Sensorimotor (Body-Based) Psychotherapy, EMDR, and contemplative influences (somatic based mindfulness practices and DBT). She is a Naropa University graduate and spent several years as clinical support for master's level art therapy students. She is passionate about supporting art therapists as they form their own identities.