Emily Nolan

profile_emilynolan_web.jpgEmily Nolan, D.A.T.
Department Chair and Assistant Professor, Art Therapy Program
Phone: (414) 930 3365
Email: nolane@mtmary.edu
Office: Fidelis Hall, Room 141

Education:
D.A.T. Art Therapy, Mount Mary University
M.A. Counseling Psychology: Art Therapy, Adler School of Professional Psychology
B.F.A. Art Education, University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign

Credentials
Art Therapist Registered -- Board Certified
Licensed Professional Counselor

Yoga Teacher -- RYT 200

Presentations:

  • Panel Presentation. American Art Therapy Association. Miami, FL.  “The Practitioner-Led Research Community: Connectors, Collaborators, Transformers of the Art Therapy Profession.” 
  •  Panel Presentation. American Art Therapy Association. Miami, FL.  “In Full Bloom.”
  •  Paper Presentation. American Art Therapy Association. Miami, FL. “Opening Art Therapy Thresholds: Mechanisms that Influence Change in Practice.” 
  •  ½ Day Workshop. ArtsCore, Paine Art Center, UWM- OshGosh; Osh Gosh, WI. “Yoga, Artmaking, and Mindfulness in the Trauma-Informed Classroom.” 
  •  Workshop Expressive Therapies Summit. New York, NY, “Care for the Caregiver: Art Therapy, Yoga and Intention.”
  •  Radio Interview, WUWM 89.7, Lake Effect, They Get Better: How Adding Art to Therapy Changes Lives.
  •  Panel Presentation, Jewish Museum Milwaukee, WI. Mending the Spirit: The Power of Art Therapy, The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz: Fabric of Survival.
  •  Radio Interview, WUWM 89.7, Lake Effect, Healing the Artist: The Role of Art Therapy.
  •  Workshop, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI Art Therapy Symposium “Art Therapy, Yoga and Self-Care for the Helping Professional.”
  •  Keynote, Untold Stories Program, Wauwatosa, WI. “Expanding Empathy.”
  •  Panel Presentation, American Art Therapy Association, Baltimore, MD, “Art Therapy, Trauma, and Neuroscience.”
  •  Presentation, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI Art Therapy Symposium, “Art Therapy Licensure in Wisconsin.”
  •  Presentation, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI Art Therapy Symposium, “Integrating Clinical and Community Art Therapy Practices.”
  • Workshop,  HAN University, Nijmegen, Netherlands, “Intersectionality and Identity in Art Therapy and Social Work”
  • Panel Presentation, American Art Therapy Association, San Antonio, TX, “Art Therapy Pedagogy: Why We Teach.”
  • Key Note Presentation, Mount Mary University, Counseling Department Symposium, “Integrating Clinical and Community Art Therapy Practices.”
  • Presentation, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI Art Therapy Symposium “The personal power of the art therapist.”
  • Presentation, HAN University, Nijmegen, Netherlands, “Integrating Clinical and Community Art Therapy Practices.”
  • Presentation, American Art Therapy Association, Seattle, WA, “Starting a Private Practice.”
  • Presentation, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI, “From Planting to Bloom.”
  • Workshop, HAN University, Nijmegen, Netherlands, “From Planting to Bloom.”
  • Digital Poster Presentation, American Art Therapy Association, Savannah, GA, “Child as Image, Family as Canvas: Art Therapy, Parenting and the 4 Goals of Misbehavior.”
  • Workshop, Mount Mary Symposium, “The Next Step: Panel Discussion with the Inaugural DrAT Cohort.”
  • Workshop, Mount Mary Symposium, “Unfolding: The Use of Bookmaking in Art Therapy” with Lori Mackey
  • Presentation, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI, “Art Therapy, Parenting and the 4 Goals of Misbehavior.”
  • Presentation, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI. "Relieving Minor Situational Distress Using Art Therapy"


Publications:

  • Forward, Introduction to Art Therapy, 3rdedition. Bruce Moon      
  • Brief report,“Developing graduate student researcher and practitioner skills through collaboration.” Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, Co-authored with R. Abrams
  • Book Chapter, “Practical applications of neuroscience in art therapy: A holistic approach to treating trauma in children.” In Art Therapy, Trauma, and Neuroscience, edited by Juliet King, co-authored with Christopher Belkofer
  • Book Review, “What we see and what we say: Using images in research, therapy, empowerment and social change.” Author, Ephrat Huss. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association,31(4) 193-194.         
  • View point article, “Common Ground of Two Paradigms: Incorporating Critical Theory into Current Art Therapy Practices.”Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 30(4) 177-180.