Felicia is a humanistic based art therapist who is passionate about helping clients create a personal sense of identity within themselves and within society as a whole. She strives to use creative expression as a way to connect with oneself, and better understand individual feelings, thoughts, and boundaries. Felicia has a background working with children, teens and adults within a variety of settings including, schools, behavioral health, and correctional settings. She has worked with clients with various needs and backgrounds including, but not limited to; autism, anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, sexual trauma, and childhood trauma. She aims to foster an empathetic and accepting therapeutic environment for clients through the use of trauma informed care, and intersectionality. Her speciality is art and talk therapy, but she will also incorporate music, movement, drama, and poetry therapy when it maybe beneficial for the client. Felicia has a MA in Creative Arts Therapy from Pratt Institute, and a BA in Psychology from Mercy College, and is a licensed Behavioral Health Professional for children.