Season 3, Episode 4
Today’s Guest: Reina Lombardi, ATR-BC, ATCS, LMHC-QS, is a Registered Board Certified Art Therapist, Art Therapy Certified Supervisor, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor Qualified Supervisor practicing in Fort Myers, Florida. She is the owner of Florida Art Therapy Services, LLC, where she and her small team of therapists provide in-person and technology-facilitated individual and group art therapy and counseling services, contracted art therapy groups at various community agencies, supervision and continuing education programming for counselors and art therapists. She has contributed to several academic texts on the topics of art therapy and clinical supervision and is a frequent presenter/speaker at local and national professional conferences.
Reina is the owner of Creative Clinician’s Corner, LLC , where she hosts and produces the podcast The Creative Psychotherapist and offers practice-building resources and consultation services for creative arts therapists with a desire to build and scale their own private practice. As the host of The Creative Psychotherapist, she interviews successful creative therapists about the tools and strategies they use to grow their dream practices, as well as how they have hustled to create additional streams of income using their knowledge and creativity by developing products and services that enhance their therapy practices.
In her spare time, she loves to play on and in the ocean with her husband and their dog, explore vast natural landscapes, and get messy in the kitchen creating complex but healthy recipes.
Season 2, Episode 8
Today’s Guest: Gina Cardillo (she/her) is a licensed professional counselor, board-certified art therapist, and EMDR therapist in private practice in Philadelphia. She brings her training and experience from her first career in the art and design world into her clinical work, and is a practicing artist and musician outside of her role as a counselor. As an art therapist, Gina bases her work on the principle that art is itself a language and that all people are inherently creative. She guides her clients in using imagery and art-making to illuminate their innermost truths. She believes that by nurturing one’s creativity within any given medium, it allows an opportunity to uncover and develop a new side of oneself and to build a sense of mastery and empowerment.
Season 1, Episode 4
Today’s guest: Rachelle Archer, MA, is an expressive arts practitioner, organizational consultant, and the founder of Artful Leadership. She helps leaders impact lives sustainably by putting wellness first so they can lead with a full tank and create a culture that supports both staff and the community they serve. Rachelle has over 25 years’ experience at the intersection of arts, education, and healing. She serves marginalized youths and the adults who support them and helps organizations thrive by fostering the individual, interpersonal, and institutional well-being that empowers them to live out their mission and flourish. She believes that everyone can be a leader, humans thrive in community, and the well-being of that community starts with us doing our inner work first.
Rachel Moore, LMFT, (she/her) is a singer, musician, writer, and the host of the Beyond Artist's Block podcast. She is also a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist based in San Diego, California. Rachel is certified in EMDR and trained in Brainspotting, and she focuses on working with creative clients, including writers, artists, and musicians.