Jennifer Kotecki, PhD, LPC, ATR-BC
$75.oo for an hour session
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Jennifer Kotecki is a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Jennifer has worked with children, teens, and adults experiencing grief, as well as with individuals experiencing adjustment difficulties with life transitions. Jennifer is also currently an Associate Professor in the Art Therapy and Counseling Masters Program at Adler University.
Art is a great way to communicate feelings when there are no words to express our emotions. Jennifer helps individuals find the words that might be tucked away through art expression. Art therapy is about the process of creating, not the final product. No artistic skills are needed. All you need is curiosity about expressing yourself in a new way. Together, Jennifer and her clients find strategies to reduce stress and healthily reduce anxiety for a balanced way of living in this changing climate.
Leadership and Scholarship
Jennifer is a professor and supervisor in art therapy and specializes in the use of textiles in personal and professional art. She holds a Doctorate in Art Therapy (Ph.D.) and a Master Degree (MA), from Adler University’s Clinical Counseling and Art Therapy Program. Jennifer received her Bachelors in Studio Art (BA), from North Central College. Jennifer’s current research is, The Lived experience of Making a Memory Quilt During Grief with Women Over the Age of 50+.
Jennifer takes an Adlerian, holistic approach to therapy and provides supervision for art therapy licensure. Jennifer has taught classes at Adler University in Chicago and Vancouver, B.C. Some of the classes taught are: Adlerian Theories Parenting and Teaching; Socio-Cultural and Multi-Cultural Approaches to Art Therapy, Counseling, and Psychotherapy; Couples, Family, and Older Adults; Trauma, Loss, Grief, and Bereavement; Neuroscience in Art Therapy; Special Populations: Adaptive Methods in Art Therapy; Group Skills and Practice; Intersectionality and Community Engagement; and Life Span Development.