Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

 

2016 – present     Lesley University, Cambridge, MA

                                            Ph.D. Candidate, Expressive Therapies 

                                            (Anticipated graduation May 2020)

1983                        University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT

                                            Master of Science in Counseling in Art Therapy, Summa Cum Laude

1979                        Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT 

                                            Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude

                                            Major: Studio Art/Psychology

                                            State of Connecticut Teaching Certification (K-12 Art)

1990-Present        Supervision and Training with Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. (Generative Trance; Self-Relations                                                                       Psychotherapy; Ericksonian Hypnosis)

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS AND TEACHING 

2017- Present        Associate Professor and Art Show Coordinator

                                 Albertus Magnus College, Psychology Department; Masters of Arts in Art Therapy and                                                           Counseling Graduate Program (MAATC), New Haven, CT

2013                         Academic Promotion to Associate Professor,  Albertus Magnus College

2008- 2017             Director, Masters of Arts in Art Therapy Graduate Program (MAAT)

                                  Albertus Magnus College (New Haven, CT)

2008-2012              Assistant Professor of Art Therapy, Masters of Arts in Art Therapy Graduate Program,

                                  Albertus Magnus College (New Haven, CT)

Courses taught:    

                                 AT502 Fieldwork Seminar (2 credits)

                                 AT507 Group Art Therapy: Theory & Development (3 credits)

                                 AT512 Art Therapy Assessment (1 credit)

                                 AT513 Adult & Geriatric Developmental Art Therapy (3 credits)

                                 AT520 Art Therapy and Counseling (3 credits)

                                 AT550 Special Topics Master Classes (1 credit) 

                                              “Spirituality and Art Therapy”

                                              “Art Therapy, Trauma, and the Dissociative Disorders Spectrum”

                                 AT580 Internship Supervision Seminar (2-4 credits)

                                 ATP600-1 and ATP600-2 Thesis and Thesis Continuation Seminar (3 credits)

                                 Thesis Advisor for 60 Graduate Art Therapy Students 

                                              3 Recipients of AATA Gladys Agell Research Award

                                              1 Recipient of AATA Pearlie Roberson Multicultural Research Award

1999-2001               Adjunct Professor; Psychology Department, Art Therapy Concentration. Undergraduate Division,                                         Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT

Courses taught:

                                 PY 371 Introduction to Art Therapy (3 credits)

                                 PY 372 Theory and Practice of Art Therapy (3 credits)

2019                         Delegate from Albertus Magnus College to the Presidential Inauguration for Laura Trombley, Ph.D.,                                  University of Bridgeport, CT

2019                         El Duende One-Canvas Art-Based Supervisor Training. Metafora University, Barcelona, Spain.  

2018                         Invited Artist-in-Residence Guest Lecturer, LASALLE CollegeSingapore. El Duende Process                                                  Painting in Supervision.

2009                        Invited Guest Lecturer on Art Therapy: Southern Connecticut State University.

2008                        Invited Lectures- “Clinical Art Therapy”- Hartford Hospital Psychiatric Resident Training Program:                                     Hartford, CT.

2006                        Invited Lectures- “Clinical Art Therapy”- Hartford Hospital Psychiatric Resident Training Program:                                     Hartford, CT.

2006                        Invited Lecture for The Graduate Institute: Art Therapy: Witnessing the Breaks, Transforming                                               through Creativity: Hartford, CT.

2004                        Invited Presenter- CW Post Summer Institute for Graduate Studies “Creative Process and                                                     Wellness: Creating Containers for Both/And” CW Post University: Uniondale, NY.

2000                        “Art Therapy with Dissociative Identity Disorder”Southern Connecticut State University Art                                               Psychotherapy Institute: New Haven, CT.

1993                          “The Effects of Trauma in Child Development” – National Grant Day Workshop: University of                                                 Connecticut, West Hartford, CT.

1979-1981                 Art Teacher – Killingworth Elementary School, Grades K-6 (Killingworth, CT)

 

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

2014- Present       Independent Private Practice and Supervision- 293 W. Todd Street, Hamden, CT 06518

2006-present       Clinical Supervisor (Group & Individual) 

1999-2014              Independent Private Practice- Art Psychotherapist (South Glastonbury, CT) Affiliate: Andrews                                                 Healing Arts Clinic (Branford, CT)

1990-1999              Clinical Associate- Bunk, Grueneberg & Associates -Private Practice (Glastonbury, CT)

1989-1990              Clinical Therapist- Sexual Abuse Treatment Program Out Patient Clinic Satellite Program of Elmcrest                                   Psychiatric Institute (Meriden, CT)

1987-1989              Clinical Art Therapist- Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute (Portland, CT)

1983-1990              Private Practice- Affiliate with Psychotherapy Associates (New Haven/Portland/Clinton CT)

1983-1985              Clinical Art Therapist and Director of Creative Therapy Department- Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute                                        (Portland, CT)

PUBLICATIONS

Miller, A. (2019).   Multiple roles in art therapy supervision: Using el Duende one-canvas process painting, in A. DiMaria                                   (Ed.). Exploring Ethical Dilemmas in Art Therapy: 50 Clinicians from 20 Countries Share Their Stories.                                   New York: Routledge. 

Miller, A. (2019).   Cover Artwork, “embodied space”- mixed media. ImagiNews: Journal of Imagery International, 23 (1).                                 San Mateo, CA.

Miller, A. (2019).   Soror Mystica: Mysterious Sister Within - Oracle Cards. 75-card deck with original  artwork by A. Miller.                                  www.makeplayingcards.com

Robb, M. & Miller, A. (2017). Supervisee disclosure in el duende process painting art-based supervision. Art Therapy 34                                     (4), 192-200.  doi: 10.1080/07421656.2017.1398576

Miller, A. (2017)    Cover Artwork, “carry me” (2012), chalk pastels. Art Therapy 34 (4), 192-200. 

                                doi:10.1080/07421656.2017.1398576  

Miller, A. (2017).   A Review of “Art-Based Supervision: Cultivating Therapeutic Insight Through Imagery” by B. Fish, Art                                   Therapy, 34:1, 47-48.            

Miller, A. & Robb, M. (2017). Transformative phases in el Duende process painting art-based supervision. The Arts in                                         Psychotherapy, 54, 15-27. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aip.2017.02.009

Reim Ifrach, E. & Miller, A. (2016). Social action art therapy as an intervention for Compassion fatigue. The Arts in                                              Psychotherapy, 50, 34-39. 

Miller, A. (2014)    Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Blog posts on “Artist/Art Therapist” Show. 

                                http://artistarttherapist.wordpress.com/blog/ 

Miller, A. (2012).   Cover Artwork and Insert figure drawings for, Generative Trance: The Experience of Creative Flow, by                                 Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. (Crown House Publishers, London.

Miller, A. (2012).   Inspired by el Duende: One-Canvas Process Painting in Art Therapy Supervision. Art Therapy: Journal                                   of the American Art Therapy Association,  29(4).166-173.

Miller, A. (2011).    Institute for Continuing Education in Art Therapy, ICE/AT.  Online course: “El Duende Process Painting                                 in Supervision: Journeys to Relational Resource”.  1.5 credit hours.

Miller, A. (2007).  “Women’s Council Art Journey” - Pastel Images by Abbe Miller, Apple Press.

Miller, A. (2004).  Doorways to Creativity: Art Therapy from the Center. In S. Gilligan & D. Simon (Ed.), Walking In Two                                        Worlds: The Relational Self in Theory, Practice and Community (pp.276-301). Phoenix, AZ, ZTT                                                 Publishers.

Miller, A. (2004).  “Return”- In S. Gilligan & D. Simon (Ed.), Walking in Two Worlds: The Relational Self In Theory, Practice                                  and Community (p.243). Phoenix, AZ, ZTT Publishers.

Miller, A. (1999).   “Rhythms of Trance: A Self Relations Approach to Art Therapy”, The North Carolina Society of Clinical                                   Hypnosis Newsletter, Summer 1999, Vol.30 (2), 4-6

Seamon, J., Bass, D., Chatinover [Miller], A., Stolz, J., (1978). “Recognition of Facial Features in Immediate Memory”,                                           Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society; 1978, Vol.12 (3) 231-234. doi.org/10.3758/BF03329680

 

 

AWARDS, GRANTS, HONORS

 

Miller, A. (2019).   Inauguration Delegate from Albertus Magnus College, for President of the 

                                University of Bridgeport, CT.

Miller, A. (2019).   Doctoral Dissertation Research Award Grant, Lesley University.

Miller, A. & Robb, M. (2017). American Art Therapy Association Research Award: Disclosure Phenomenon and Layered                                    Art Making with One Canvas.

Miller, A. (2018).   Doctoral Pilot Study Research Award Grant, Lesley University.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

          

Miller, A. (2019).   Invited Keynote Speaker, “Opening to One-Canvas Work: El Duende Process Painting.” Pennsylvania                                   Art Association of Art Therapists. Philadelphia, PA. 

Miller, A. (2019).   Art-Based Supervisor Training: El Duende Process Painting. Metafora, Barcelona, Spain.

Miller, A. (2019).   One-Canvas Art Making and the Significance of Interim Periods in Creative Process. Paper                                                       presentation at 1st Annual British Association of Art Therapists Conference, London, UK.

Miller, A., & Robb, M. (2019). The Five Phases of el Duende Art-Based Supervision. Workshop Presentation at 1st Annual                                   British Association of Art Therapists Conference, London, UK.

Miller, A., & Robb, M. (2018). Disclosure Phenomenon and Layered Art Making with One Canvas.

                                Paper Presentation at 49th Annual American Art Therapy Association Conference, Miami, FL

Miller, A. (2018).   One-Canvas Art Making and the Significance of the Pause in Creative Process.

                                Poster and Brief Pilot Study Presentation at Lesley University, PhD GEXPTH Research Presentations.

Miller, A. (2018).   Invited Artist-in-Residence Guest Lecture, LASALLE College, Singapore. “The Dance of Movement &                                     Flow: El Duende Process Painting’s Cycle of Layering.”    

Miller, A. & Robb, M. (2017). Pre-Conference Course: Supervisor Training for el Duende Art-based Supervision. In the                                         American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol. 48, Albuquerque, NM. The American                                   Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2017).   Images of Eating Disorders: New Meaning Through Art Therapy. Panel Presentation and Art Show                                       (Coordinated and moderator). MAATC Program Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, CT.  

Miller, A., & Robb, M. (2016). Paper: Layering as a Mechanism of Change in el Duende One Canvas Process Painting. In                                     The American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol.47, Baltimore, MD: The American                                 Art Therapy Association.

Ifrach, E., & Miller, A. (2016). Paper: Peace Polls in the Public Arena: Reducing Stress for Caregivers. In The American Art                                 Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol.47, Baltimore, MD: The American Art Therapy                                             Association.  

Lynch, J., & Miller, A. (2016). Paper: The Dot Method for Anxiety Reduction. In The American Art Therapy Association                                       Conference Proceedings: vol.47, Baltimore, MD: The American Art Therapy Association.    

Miller, A. (2015).   “Past, Present & Future: Meaning Making Via Art and Art Therapy”; Invited Lecture for ArtEscape                                           Foundation. Southbury, CT.

Miller, A. (2015).   Pre-Conference Workshop: El Duende One-Canvas Process Painting Through the Lens of Archetypal                                   Imagination.  In The American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol.46, Minneapolis,                                   MN: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A., Beers Miller, R., Moon, B., & Marone, S. (2015). Panel: Celebrating Graduate Program Gallery Exhibits: Cultural                                     Shifts Emerge from Potential Space. In The American Art Therapy Association Conference                                                       Proceedings: vol.46, Minneapolis, MN: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A., & Robb, M. (2015). Research Round Table: El Duende Process Painting for Supervision: Understanding the                                         Experience of One Canvas Art Making as it Relates to Self Disclosure. In The American Art Therapy                                         Association Conference Proceedings: vol.46, Minneapolis, MN: The American Art Therapy Association.  

Marone, S., & Miller, A. (2015). Paper: Combining Art and Nature: Ecological Art Therapy’s Effects on Caregivers of                                               Dementia. In The American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol.46, Minneapolis,                                       MN: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2014).   Radio Interview, W88.1 WesU, “Art Therapy”www.facebook.com/wordifference;                                                                            www.wordifference.com (2 part interview).

Miller, A. (2014).   Workshop: A Rapprochement of the Artist with the Creatrix. In The American Art Therapy Association                                 Conference Proceedings: vol.45, San Antonio, TX:  The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2013)    Weekend Workshop, “El Duende Inspired Process Painting”, The River Studio & Professional Offices:                                     Hallowell, ME.

Miller, A. (2013).   Keynote & Workshop, “Awakening Archetypal Imagination Through One-Canvas Process Painting”.                                       The Center for Psyche & the Arts, LLC: Philadelphia, PA.

Miller, A., Lindemann, E., & Beers Miller, R. (2013). Panel: Three Variations of One-Canvas Process Painting in                                                         Supervision. In The American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol. 44, Seattle, WA:                                     The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2012).   El Duende Process Painting: The Courage to Transform. Workshop: In The American Art Therapy                                           Association Conference Proceedings: vol.43, Savannah, GA: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2012).   Panel: Weaving Mystery, Moment & Meaning: El Duende Process Painting In Supervision. In The                                             American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol. 43, Savannah, GA: The American Art                                   Therapy Association. 

McGloin-King, N., & Miller, A. (2012). Paper: Movement and Art Therapy. In The American Art Therapy Association                                             Conference Proceedings: vol. 43, Savannah, GA: The American Art Therapy Association.

Lambright, C., & Miller, A. (2012). Paper: Bridge Drawing and Permanency. In The American Art Therapy Association                                       Conference Proceedings: vol.43, Savannah, GA: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A., Dell, C., Kisiel, L., Rhoda, N., & Smith, J., (2011). Panel: El Duende Process Painting in Supervision: Journeys to                                     Relational Resource. In The American Art Therapy Association Conference Proceedings: vol.42,                                               Washington, D.C.: The American Art Therapy Association.  

Crane, R., & Miller, A. (2011). Paper: Impact of Art Materials on Symptoms of Stress. In The American Art Therapy                                                 Association Conference Proceedings: vol. 42, Washington, D.C.: The American Art Therapy                                                       Association. 

Miller, A. (2010)    Radio Interview on NPR with Faith Middleton, “Art Therapists Help Heal the Sick And Wounded: How                                 Do You Teach Art Therapy?

Miller, A. (2010).   “Art Therapy and Dissociative Disorders”, Guest Lecturer professor, Mitchell College, New London,                                       CT. 

Miller, A. (2009).  “El Duende: Creativity in Transformation”. Workshop for University of Wisconsin- Stout, 13th Annual                                   Body, Mind, & Spirit Conference: Stout, WI.

Miller, A. (2009).   “Art and Therapy”: In-Service presentation for Child Guidance of Bridgeport: Bridgeport, CT.

Miller, A., & Bockhoff, C. (2009). “On the Wings of the Muse: From Inspiration to Creation” Weekend Retreat, Racebrook                                 Lodge: Sheffield, MA.

Miller, A. (2009).  “Breathing the Heart: Exploring Compassion and Service through Creativity”- Workshop at Watering                                 Pond, Guilford, CT. 

Miller, A., & Bockhoff, C. (2008). “Earth My Body: The Pulse of the Sacred Mother”- Weekend Retreat, Racebrook Lodge:                                 Sheffield, MA.

Miller, A. (2008).  “The Power of Art”- Television Interview for “Inspire” (#4)- Community Access Television, Channel -CT.

Miller, A. (2007).  “Awakening Creativity” - Workshop at Watering Pond, Guilford, CT

Miller, A.,& Bockhoff, C. (2007). “Soul Fires: Kindling Our Creative Voices”- Weekend Retreat, RaceBrook Lodge:                                                 Sheffield, MA.

Miller, A. (2006). Indigo Workshop - “Birthday Blessings: Creating Celebration Ritual”: New York, NY.

Miller, A. (2006). Indigo Workshop - “Embrace the Great Mother Within”: New York, NY.

Miller, A., & Bockhoff, C. (2006). “Women’s Water Mysteries: The Tides that Transform Us” –Weekend Retreat,                                                     RaceBrook Lodge: Sheffield, MA.

Miller, A. (2005).  Invited Presenter/Invocation/Closing- “The Power of Manifestation” Indigo Retreat: Darien,CT.

Miller, A. (2005).  Invited Speaker- “The Self Revealed, Concealed and Healed”, NCJW Book Author’s Luncheon:                                                 Brookville, NY.

Miller, A. (2005).  “Where Art Leads You: A Creative Process Workshop”- Watering Pond Studios: Guilford, CT.

Miller, A., Bockhoff, C. (2005). “Dreams of the Daughters: Reclaiming Our Vision” Weekend Retreat: RaceBrook Lodge,                                   Sheffield, MA.

Miller, A., Bockhoff, C. (2004).  “Drinking from the Well: Reclaiming Feminine Wisdoms” Weekend Retreat: RaceBrook                                   Lodge, Sheffield, MA and Full Moon Resort, Oliveria, NY.

Miller, A. (2003-4). “Treasures of the Four-Fold Way: Doorways Through Creativity” – Four Part Workshop Series,                                               Watering Pond Studio: Guilford, CT.

Miller, A. (2003).   “A Thousand Roads Become Clear: Second Gathering of Self-Relations Practitioners3-Day                                                  Conference Chair and Presenter: San Diego, CA.

Miller, A., Dowling, S. (2002-3). “Awakening Life’s Sacred Circles: A Transformational Chakra Intensive” 9-Month                                               Workshop Series, Watering Pond Studio: Guilford, CT.

Miller, A., Bockhoff, C. (2002). “Treasures of the Three-Fold Feminine” – Day Workshop Shoreline Wholistic Health                                             Center: Guilford, CT.

Miller, A., Bockhoff, C. (2001, 2002). “Hidden Treasures of the Dark Goddess” Day Workshop: Ridgewood, NJ and                                               Guilford, CT.

Miller, A. (2001).   Donna’s Inscapes: Art Therapy with DID. In The American Art Therapy Association Conference                                               Proceedings: vol. 32, Albuquerque, NM: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (2001).   Art Therapy: An Introduction for Clinicians, West Hartford Counseling Center In Service Training: West                                 Hartford, CT.

Miller, A. (2000).  “Evaluating Child Sexual Abuse through Verbal and Non-Verbal Assessment”, West Hartford                                                 Counseling Center: West Hartford,CT.

Miller, A. (1999).   Frames that Hold: Relational Art Therapy in Trauma Resolution. In The American Art Therapy                                                   Association Conference Proceedings: vol. 30, Orlando, FL: The American Art Therapy Association.

Miller, A. (1999).   Conference Chair and Presenter, Self-Relations Intensive, San Diego, CA. 

Miller, A. (1999).   “Opening Doors: Professional and Personal Awakenings in Self-Relations Psychotherapy”.  Self-                                            Relations Intensive Conference: Santa Monica, CA.

Miller, A. (1996/1997). “Crisis Intervention” and “Developing Empathy”. Connecticut Day CareProviders Conference:                                           Cromwell, CT.      

Miller, A. (1996).   “Talking Pictures” and “Magic Moments in Therapy”. In Therapeutic Conversations International                                           Conference Proceedings: vol.2, Denver, CO.

Miller, A. (1996).   “Dissociative Disorders Spectrum”; “Supervision with DID Clients” Connecticut Psychologists                                                   Association Conference: Cromwell, CT.

Miller, A. (1993).   “Bridging the Disorder and Its Therapy: MPD as an Attachment Disorder”. Connecticut Psychologists                                  Association Conference: Cromwell, CT.

Miller, A. (1993).   “Dissociative Disorders in Children: Assessment and Treatment Strategies”: Child Guidance Clinic of                                     Greater Waterbury, Inc., Waterbury, CT.              

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP/CERTIFICATION

1983-Present       American Art Therapy Association – Registered Art Therapist (ATR-#10746)

                                Connecticut Art Therapy Association, Professional Member

                                Art Therapy Credentials Board, Professional Member

1990-2000       ​     International Society for the Study of Dissociative Disorders

1994-Present       State of Connecticut Professional Counselor Certification (LPC-CT #000843)

1995                        Milton Erickson Foundation, Member

1995                        CONNSEPH (Connecticut Society of Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Hypnosis), Faculty

1999- Present       NPI #1689972119

2003-Present       Self Relations Psychotherapy Curriculum and Certification Advisory Board, Chairperson

2006-Present       Board Certification (BC-#86-240) - American Art Therapy Association

2009-Present       CATE (Coalition of Art Therapy Educators) Elected Treasurer (2010-2012).

2015-2017               AATA Nominating Committee- Elected Member

    

ARTWORK EXHIBITED                                 *Curator of Show

 

2019*        “When Women Had Wings” el duende process painting in MAATC Faculty and Student Art Show, “Taking                         Flight”, Albertus Magnus College, Walsh Hall Gallery.

2018*        “Steps on the Journey” mixed media in MAATC Faculty and Student Art Show, “Both/And”, Albertus Magnus                     College, MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT. 

2018*        “Holon’s Field” pastel painting in MAATC Faculty and Student Art Show, “Touchstones”, Albertus Magnus                           College, MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT. 

2018*        “Year by Year” multi-media artwork in MAATC 20th Anniversary Celebration Art Show, “Passages”, Albertus                       Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT.  

2017*        “Reach for Grief”- el duende process painting in art show: The Images of Eating Disorders: New Meaning                           through Art Therapy, Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT. 

2017*        “Small and Needful” - MAATC faculty and students show. Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery;                         New Haven, CT. “Prayer Flags”

2017          “fuller spectrum: Cohort 10 Arts Apprenticeship Presentation”- “truth” (acrylics and assemblage el duende                         process painting). Marran Gallery, Lesley University

2017*        “Voices of Creativity”- MAATC faculty and students show. Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery;                           New Haven, CT. “Pregnant Awakening” (montage).    

2016*        Founders Day MAATC faculty and students Art show. Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery; New                       Haven, CT. “Fluid Fire” (acrylics & pastels)

2016         “bloom” -  MAAT faculty and students show. Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT.                     “Blossom into a Future” (pastels)

2015          Miller, A. (2015). Juried participant in “Quick Draw” at The 46th American Art Therapy Association Conference,                   Minneapolis, MN.

2015*        “Reflections on the Journey”, MAAT Faculty and Graduating Students Art Show at Albertus Magnus College,                     MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT. “Deer’s Wisdom” (multi-media assemblage).

2014*        “Art & Mystery”, Art Show of MAAT Faculty, Students and Alumni at Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough                      Gallery; New Haven, CT.  “Flying with Rumi’s Birdwings” (Pastel).

2014         “Small Works; Shared Spirits”, Art Show of MAAT Faculty and Students at Albertus Magnus College,                                       MacDonough Gallery; New Haven, CT. 

2014         “Artist/Art Therapist”, Juried Art Show. Arts Council of Greater New Haven: New  Haven, CT.  Two pieces                                 “Holon’s Field” (pastel) and “Whale’s Song” (pastel).

2013          Invited participant in “Quick Draw” at The 44th American Art Therapy Association Conference, Seattle, WA.

2012*        “Invocation of the Muses”, Juried Art Show of Art Therapy Faculty at Albertus Magnus College, MacDonough                     Gallery; New Haven, CT.  “Remember Me”; “Earth My Body”; “Full Circle”.

2008        Connecticut Art Therapy Association Member Art Show- 5 Pastel pieces Connecticut State Capitol Building                   (Hartford, CT)

2008        AATA Service Project - created canvas panel for large wall installation “What Makes a House a Home”

2006        TriVisioning- Mixed Media Art; Chroma Gallery (Guilford, CT)

2003         “Art by Healers” Juried Show at J.David Broudo Gallery of Art, Endicott College (Beverly, MA). Two pieces                           chosen for exhibition: “Lilith” (sculpture) “Portals” (multi-media collage)

1997, 1999, 2001     Connecticut Art Therapy Association Member Art Shows (various original artworks)

2003, 2006

1999 and 2000      Guilford Handcrafts Center Student Art Show Exhibition (Guilford, CT)

1979                         Wesleyan University, Senior Thesis Art Show: “Transformations”- Received Honors