Juliana Thrall, MPS, LPCC, ATR-BC
Juliana is a current Ph.D. student Adler University in Chicago, IL and attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY where she graduated with her master’s degree in Art Therapy in 2013. She has worked with various mental health conditions & communities using art to visualize narratives and providing opportunities for their voices to be heard and seen. She has experience with supervising graduate students and post-graduate art therapists for credentials.
MPS - Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
BS - Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK
- American Art Therapy Association
- Minnesota Art Therapy Association
- Illinois Art Therapy Association
- American Alliance of Museums
Art of Counseling – Private Practice Art Therapist, current
Supervision for Art Therapy Post-Graduates, current
Ars Bellum Foundation - Group art therapy for veterans
Clara’s House - Adolescent Partial Hospitalization and Substance Use Programs at St Cloud Hospital
Mercy Home - Group art therapy for children with Autism
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.
- “Mandala Stitch Project Workshop” at the American Art Therapy Association Conference, Miami, FL, Nov. 2018
- “Art Therapy with Adults” at NAMI St. Cloud Annual Conference, St. Cloud, MN, Oct. 2018
- “Women Veterans Art Therapy Workshop” at MNDVA Women’s Conference, Plymouth, MN, May 2018
- “Experiential Learning” at Healing Arts for Women Veterans Conference, Minneapolis, MN, Jun. 2017
Teach courses in the Art Therapy Department: Group Art Therapy and Art Therapy with Veterans & Military Families
Art Therapy, Complicated Grief and Loss, Military and Veterans, PTSD and Trauma, Moral Injury, Art Therapy & Museum Programs, Gender Based Violence
Empowering students to become quality practitioners.