Juliana Thrall, ATR

Adjunct Faculty Member

Juliana has worked in a variety of facilities, including Adult Inpatient Mental Health, free programs for children with Autism, and group homes for adults with disabilities in Brooklyn, NY before moving to Minnesota. Juliana serves as the Treasurer of the Minnesota Art Therapy Association, where she helps develop fundraising opportunities, community education, and art therapy awareness in Minnesota. She has a passion for fiber arts, watercolor painting, and public art installations. She works to include some of these elements into her art therapy positions when she can.

Education: 

MPS - Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

BS - Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK

Licensure: 
ATR, CCTP
Email address: 
juliana.thrall@alfredadler.edu
Professional Membership: 

AATA, AAM, IATP

Professional Practice: 

Art of Counseling - Private Practice Art Therapist, Current

Ars Bellum Foundation - Group art therapy for veterans, Current

Clara’s House - Adolescent Partial Hospitalization and Chemical Dependency Programs at St Cloud Hospital, Current

Mercy Home - Group art therapy for children with Autism 2014

Supervision for Art Therapy Post-Graduates

Select Publications: 

Thrall, J. (2017). Interpersonal knots: An art-based exploration of tying and untying. In B. MacWilliam (Ed.), Complicated grief, attachment, and art therapy: Theory, treatment, and 14 ready-to-use protocols (pp. 174-190). Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley.

Select Presentations: 

Minnesota VFW Midwinter Conference Jan 2017

Areas of Interest: 

Art Therapy, Complicated Grief and Loss, Military and Veterans mental health, PTSD and Trauma

What I like about Adler Graduate School: 

Empowering students to become quality practitioners.