Caitlin Harper, M.A., ATR, LMHC
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Caitlin Harper M.A., ATR, LMHC, works as the Behavioral Health Therapist for Kewa Pueblo Health Corporation, an integrative health clinic in Santo Domingo Pueblo, serving all federally recognized tribes. She previously served the Nambé Pueblo community for five years as an art therapist and mental health counselor. In 2008, she received her BA in German Studies and Studio Art from Centre College in Danville, KY. In 2009, she completed a Fulbright research project on art therapy at the University of Vienna in Vienna, Austria. She received her M.A. in Counseling and Art Therapy from Southwestern College in Santa Fe, NM in 2016.
Caitlin works from an eclectic perspective in art therapy and counseling, drawing heavily upon existential, archetypal, and culturally responsible approaches. She believes in the power of imagination, humor, multi-generational community, and the resilience of the human spirit as essential components to her work with individuals and families. Caitlin incorporates visual art, jokes, writing, and music into her work.
Caitlin also spends professional time presenting her work in art therapy at conferences, including the 2018 Advocacy in Action conference, and the 2019 National Indian Child Welfare Act conference.
When she’s not working, Caitlin loves to draw, play the Appalachian mountain dulcimer and musical saw, eat spicy tamales, off-road in her pickup truck, and practice any sort of down-home Appalachian