As expressive arts-based psychotherapists, we engage with clients in non-traditional ways, helping clients to step out of their chairs and into a less defined zone of co-creative and collaborative action. In this action space, we find creative opportunities for powerful healing, recovery, and transformation.
This supervision will fulfill 4.5 group hours for the IEATA requirements for REAT supervision hours as well as REAT renewal. For information about the REAT requirements go HERE.
Jennie Kristel, MA, REAT, APTT received her degree in expressive therapies from Lesley University in 1986 and her REAT credential in 2014. She is an adjunct instructor at Lesley University. She has worked in a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical settings and is in private practice. She has been a long time member of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association and has supervised individuals in expressive arts therapy and thoroughly enjoys the process of supporting people in this field. She has written on using the arts in therapy and she is the recipient of the 2023 ASGPP Diversity Award.