Gretchen M. Miller, MA, ATR-BC, ACTP
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Clinical Practice
Registered & Certified with The Art Therapy Credentials Board (01-219) since 2001.

National Institute of Trauma and Loss in Children/Starr Commonwealth Advanced Certified Trauma Practitioner

Henry Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine NEA Creative Forces
Academic Teaching
Art Therapy
Art therapy is the deliberate use of artmaking to address psychological and emotional needs facilitated by an art therapist.

Art therapists are Master level mental health professionals trained in the use of art and media, as well as psychological and counseling approaches. 

For more information about the professional credentialing of art therapists, visit The Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB)

If you are interested in learning more about art therapy in Ohio, visit The Buckeye Art Therapy AssociationUrsuline College is the only graduate program in the state of Ohio for the training of art therapists. 


Adjunct Faculty, Ursuline College
Master of Arts in Counseling & Art Therapy, Edgewood College MA in Art Therapy

Professorial Lecturer in Art Therapy, 
The George Washington University's Masters Art Therapy Program
Online individual and group supervision for art therapists working towards the Art Therapy Credential Board's ATR credential or interested in obtaining ATR Provisional status.

Regional, national, & international speaker & lecturer for professional continuing education, conferences, webinars on topics such as trauma, grief & loss, domestic violence, social media, & digital art therapy.
Workshop Facilitator
Art therapy workshop facilitator  for agencies, schools, workplaces, and community groups on topics such as, but not limited to: trauma intervention, grief & loss,  self-care, community care, digital presence and ethics.
Consultant for art therapists, organizations, and projects seeking support, resources, and expertise in art therapy topics such as, but not limited to program development, professional practice, trauma, technology & social media.
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