Kiara Stewart is a resident in Art Therapist and Resident in Counseling. She graduated from George Washington University with her Masters of Arts in Art Therapy and has previously worked with court-involved youth, children and adolescents in the foster care system, teen mothers, incarcerated or previously incarcerated adults, and adults with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Kiara currently serves individuals of all ages, offering a nurturing and compassionate space to work through trauma, loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions through integrated use of art therapy, trauma-informed art therapy, and client-centered therapy. She has additional expertise in working with court-involved children, adolescents, and adults and has received specialized training in trauma, grief and loss, cross-cultural and multicultural art therapy, and sand tray therapy.
Education:George Washington University
Population Served:Children, Adolescents, Adults, Court-Involved Youth, Children and Adolescents in the Foster Care System, Teen Mothers, Incarcerated or Previously Incarcerated Adults, Adults with Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders.
Training:Art Therapy, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Cross-Cultural and Multicultural Art Therapy, and Sand Tray Therapy.
Expertise:Trauma, loss, depression, anxiety, and life transitions through the use of art therapy, court-involved children, adolescents, and adults, trauma-informed art therapy, and client-centered therapy.