Alli is a skilled Art Therapist. She specializes in working with trauma through the creative process with caregivers and children. She also works with individuals experiencing:
Alli is experienced in working with all genders and ages 6 and above. Alli provides family and children-based Art Therapy. Art Therapy is a way to approach change using the creative process—no art experience needed. If you can scribble, you can improve the quality of life using art materials.
Alli believes that everyone has what they need to create the lives that they want and that the creative process gives space to increase awareness of that potential and move through barriers to create the best you.
Alli is a Person-Centered therapist that utilizes an array of therapeutic modalities to meet the needs of those she works with including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused [couples] Therapy (EFT), and Attachment Therapy.
Alli earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Integrated Studio Art from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2009. Alli increased her education at Phillips Graduate Institute where she obtained a Master of Science in Psychology with an Art Therapy emphasis in 2015. Alli has worked as a Marriage and Family Associate for almost 10 years in California and has been serving people with art for as long as she can remember. Alli is an Art Therapist -Provisional (ATR-P) nationally and is currently working towards receiving her ATR. Alli has experience providing individual, group and family counseling, including children and adults 6 years and older.
Alli has lived and taught art on a tiny island in the Pacific, traveled to Europe to study art, and eloped in the Superstition Mountains. She grew up in California and misses the beach but has replaced her love of sun with walks near the superstitions. Alli’s personal values of adventure, peace, kindness and fun are thrown into her work creating an ideal space for you to improve the quality of your life.