Reilly Ingham


Reilly Ingham is the 2012 Duperreault Fellow.

Reilly received her award while studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She concluded her studies in May of 2013, obtaining a Masters in Professional Studies in Art Therapy, with a specialization in Addictions.

Reilly currently works at the Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute as an Art Therapist, where she provides Art Therapy to the inpatient and outpatient programs, Child and Adolescent services, and Turning Point. She is trained in the psychodynamic roots of the art therapy profession, including the contemporary theories of human development, multicultural issues, counseling, and ethics.

Reilly has facilitated art therapy groups and individual sessions in New York City and Bermuda in a broad range of settings that include inpatient and outpatient medical units, primary school and high school special education, a hospice and palliative care program, a MICA outpatient treatment program, private practice, and various special projects. She has used art therapy while volunteering with children, adolescents, and adults throughout New York City and has continued to volunteer at various organizations in Bermuda.

Reilly is a member of the American Art Therapy Association and the American Counseling Association as well as the British Association of Art Therapists.

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