Why should I be unhappy? Every parcel of my being is in full bloom.-Rumi
Contact a therapist that fits your needs directly. Contact information is underneath each therapist's description.
Blanche Brown, MS, LPC IT, LMFT-IT, RYT 200
Blanche Brown is an art therapist, licensed marriage and family therapist in training, and licensed professional counselor in training. She has experience working with individuals needing treatment for PTSD, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum, mood disorders, and dual diagnoses. Blanche employs a solution-focused, client-centered approach in collaboration with clients to provide tools necessary to implement the changes they desire. She has been a professional artist for over 18 years and is a registered yoga instructor, mindfulness and wellness coach.
Her specialities include working with children on the autism spectrum and people who have experienced trauma.
Blanche is available for self-pay sessions and Milwaukee WRAP sessions. All are welcome.
You may contact BB directly at 414-218-0087 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Monique Matic, MA, ATR BC, LPC
Monique Matic is a Board-Certified Art Therapist, and a fully licensed psychotherapist in Wisconsin and Illinois. She is also an Assistant Professor at Mount Mary University in the Graduate Art Therapy Program.
Monique has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and families. She uses a variety of approaches in therapy that include: art therapy, play therapy, sand-tray therapy, and talk therapy. She works with clients from a strengths-based and client-centered approach. She believes in providing holistic therapeutic services while working from a culturally competent framework.
Monique’s specialties include working with survivors of sexual abuse and assault, working with youth impacted by trauma, working with women struggling with life transitions, and providing support to those who struggle with depression and anxiety. She is LGBTQIA allied.
You may contact Monique directly at 414-301-2197 email@example.com
Erica Browne, MS, LPC-IT, ATR-P
Erica Browne is an art therapist and professional counselor in training. She earned her master’s degree in art therapy from Mount Mary University. Erica provides individual therapy to young people and adults who are: experiencing anxiety or depression, adjusting to life transitions, challenged by addictions, or have a history of traumatic experiences. Erica has clinical experience working with adolescents, new parents, and survivors of sexual assault or abuse.
Erica specializes in trauma processing through art therapy. She believes positive, supportive relationships are central to our individual and collective healing. Erica offers a collaborative, validating, judgement-free space welcome to all.
Erica is available for self-pay sessions. You may contact her directly: 323-332-1196 or
Jessica Bradway, MS, LPC, ATR, LMT
Jessica Bradway is an art therapist, professional counselor, and massage therapist. She earned a master’s degree in art therapy from Mount Mary University with an emphasis in counseling. She has clinical art therapy experience in trauma, domestic and sexual abuse, human trafficking, AODA residential and outpatient settings and has worked with children, adolescents, individuals, and families.
Her specialities include working with children and adolescents impacted by trauma. Jessica is also LGBTQIA allied.
You may contact Jessica directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Rochwite Metropolus, MS, LPC, ATR
Amanda Rochwite Metropolus is an art therapist and professional counselor. She earned a master’s degree in art therapy from Mount Mary University with an emphasis in counseling. She has clinical art therapy experience in providing therapy during crisis, inpatient care, residential treatment, recidivism reduction programs, and within alternative and public schools. Amanda also volunteered for community programs advocating for art therapy and community collaboration, as well as with Heritage Camps for Adaptive Families, Inc.
Her specialties include working with children, adolescents, and their families. Amanda specializes in supporting those who are challenged by trauma, anxiety, stress, depression, suicidal thoughts, self doubt, and social, emotional or behavioral concerns. Amanda is also LBGTQIA allied.
You may contact Amanda directly at email@example.com
Laura Swift, MS, LPC, ATR
Laura Swift is an art therapist, professional counselor, and adjunct faculty in the undergraduate art therapy program at Mount Mary University. She earned a master’s degree in art therapy from Mount Mary University with an emphasis in counseling. She has clinical art therapy experience in residential treatment, the public school system, and the juvenile justice system and has worked with children, adolescents, families, adults with developmental disabilities, and the elderly.
Her specialties include working with youth that have experienced trauma and/or are involved in the juvenile justice system. Laura is also LGBTQIA allied.
You may contact Laura directly at 414-436-9555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Bostelmann, MA, LPC, ATR
Erin Bostelmann has been working as both an art therapist and professional counselor for nearly 5 years. Her specialties include working with young people and adults who have experienced sexual abuse, abuse through coercion, and/or are a parent of a child who has experienced abuse. Erin completed her Master of Art in Art Therapy and Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Erin has experience working with people who identify as LGBTQIA and is LGBTQIA allied.
You may contact Erin directly at 414-939-5695 or email@example.com
Emily Goldstein Nolan DAT, LPC, ATRL BC,
Dr. Emily Nolan is a licensed art psychotherapist, professional counselor, and a professor of practice in the Creative Arts Therapies program at Syracuse University in New York. Dr. Nolan has presented nationally and internationally, and written many scholarly publications.
Her specialties include working with people and groups who have experienced trauma, and those needing help adjusting to life transitions. Dr. Nolan is deeply committed to wellness practices and sharing their benefits, such as somatic practices, yoga, Reiki, and meditation. Dr. Nolan has experience working with people who identify as LGBTQIA and is LGBTQIA allied.
Dr. Nolan is not taking new patients this time.
You may contact Dr. Nolan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org