The Center for Arts in Medicine is pleased to welcome Amy Bucciarelli, MS, ATR-BC, as a Lecturer with the University of Florida's Center for Arts in Medicine. Amy will teach and conduct research with the Center and will also serve as a clinical Art Therapist with the Arts in Medicine Program. Amy received a BA in Religious Studies from Stetson University and a MS in Art Therapy from Florida State University. Her experience includes clinical work utilizing art therapy and spirituality in populations with substance abuse issues, eating disorders, psychiatric diagnoses, and behavioral issues. She has a particular focus in child and adolescent mental health care. Amy comes to the College of Fine Arts after working as a program administrator and grant writer for the University of Florida Streetlight Program, a palliative care program for adolescents and young adults. She has published works on assessments in art therapy and has presented at national conferences on both assessments and self-care through art therapy. She is a member of the American Art Therapy Association and the Society for Arts in Healthcare. Amy is a Board Certified Art Therapist and a Registered Intern for Mental Health Counseling.
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