David A. Crenshaw, PhD, ABPP, RPT-S, is the clinical director of the Children's Home of Poughkeepsie and an adjunct faculty member of Marist College. He is past president of the NY Association for Play Therapy, past president of the Hudson Valley Psychological Association, a board-certified clinical psychologist, and a fellow of APA. David is the author/editor of many books on play therapy, child trauma, and aggression in children, including: Play Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice (with Anne Stewart) and co-author with Eliana Gil of Termination Challenges in Child Psychotherapy.
Eliana Gil, PhD, ATR, RPT-S, LMFT, is a registered play therapist-supervisor, a registered art therapist, and a licensed marriage, family, child counselor. She is former president of the Association for Play Therapy and has worked in the field of child abuse prevention and treatment for over 40 years. Founder and partner at Gil Institute for Trauma Recovery and Education, a group private practice in Fairfax, VA, Eliana was adjunct faculty at Virginia Tech University for over 15 years. Bilingual and bicultural, originally from Ecuador, she has authored numerous books on play therapy and treating abused children.
Peggy Kolodny, ATR-BC, LCPAT, has a master's in art therapy from George Washington University, and Level 2 Certificates in both EMDR and IFS. Specializing in trauma in private practice, she is adjunct faculty for the University of MD School of Social Work and provides workshops at the Institute of Advanced Psychotherapy Training and Education. Past positions include vice president of the MD Chapter of American Professional Society on Abuse of Children; chairperson of the Central MD Sexual Abuse Treatment Task Force; and president of the MD Art Therapy Association. Past faculty positions include Goucher College and MD Institute, College of Art.
Anne Mills, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, LCPAT, is director of the Diagnostic Drawing Series Archive, and owner of Art Therapy Services in Washington, DC. In private practice for over 25 years, her specializations include the treatment of survivors of severe early trauma who are highly dissociative. Anne provides resiliency-focused treatment for adolescents and adults who have experienced difficult transitions such as illness, bereavement, and loss of culture (refugees, international students). She was art therapy director at GWU, and has published articles and chapters on assessment and trauma treatment.
Carole Norris-Shortle, LCSW-C, RPT-S, is a faculty member of the Center for Infant Study at the University of Maryland Psychiatry Department, the Senior Mental Health Consultant at PACT Therapeutic Nursery for Homeless Babies and their Families, a licensed family therapist, and a registered play therapist-supervisor.
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