MAAT President

Amy Rostollan-Hamman, MEd. ATR-BC

Amy Rostollan-Hamman is a board certified art therapist (ATR-BC), with a Master’s of Education Degree in Art Therapy from Wayne State and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan. For over a decade, Amy worked at Acadia Stonecrest Center, an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Detroit where she assisted clients with severe mental illness as well as being Team Lead for the Activities Department. Most recently, she was also Assistant to the Director and Art Therapist at the Ennis Center for Children in Flint, Pontiac, and Detroit, working with children who have been affected by foster care and the juvenile justice system as well as assisting in expressive therapy groups. Amy is a former President of the Michigan Association of Art Therapy and has facilitated numerous workshops and events for the profession. Amy has also trained interns from Wayne State University and has participated in supervising new professionals who are working towards attaining their credentials. Amy feels the act of art-making, communication of visual imagery, and mindfulness can empower the client and give them a sense of healing and journey. Amy currently lives in West Olive, Michigan, and enjoys dogs, MINI Coopers, art, traveling, and spending time with her husband Josh.

MAAT President-Elect

Amber James, MS, ATR-BC

Amber James is currently employed at Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital in Ferndale and Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan in Monroe. She received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Graphic Design from Siena Heights University. She later received a Master of Science in Art Therapy from Emporia State University. Amber is from the Downriver area in Southeast Michigan.

MAAT Secretary

Mary Beth Seefelt, MA, ATR

Mary Beth Seefelt is a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) with Master of Arts in Art Therapy degree from The University of Illinois – Chicago (UIC) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. Mary Beth has over 25 years of experience in the field and has served a wide variety of populations as an Art Therapist, including: homeless LGBTQ youth, inpatient infectious diseases: HIV/AIDS, the elderly, Holocaust survivors, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, homeless women and their children, victims of domestic violence, and youth and adults with mental health challenges. She has also supervised graduate art therapy students from UIC and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was an adjunct associate professor in the art therapy program at UIC for a number of years before returning to Michigan. Mary Beth also enjoys supervising new professionals who are working towards receiving their ATR credentialing.
She currently works as a full-time Art Therapist at FAR Therapeutic Arts & Recreation serving a variety of clients in the tri-county area: public school students (in elementary, middle, and high schools in three school districts) with Autism Spectrum Disorder, cognitive impairments, and/or emotional impairments, and youth in the Child Waiver and SED Waiver programs that are referred through Oakland and Macomb County’s Community Mental Health Services. She also serves as FAR’s Director of Training and Compliance.
Mary Beth believes that there is an artist within each and every one of us and that Art Therapy is a unique way to safely express and explore one’s innermost thoughts and feelings through the creative process. Therapeutic art-making is a way to non-verbally foster self-awareness, develop social skills, lower anxiety, increase self-esteem, communicate, and heal.
Mary Beth currently lives in Royal Oak, Michigan with her husband Rick and their two sons. She enjoys gardening (aka painting with flowers), watching all types of films and documentaries, making art, traveling, and is a proud bibliophile.

MAAT Membership Chair

Autumn Heddy-Reed, MEd, ATR-BC, LLMSW

Autumn Heddy-Reed is a Board-Certified and Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and a Limited Licensed Master Social Worker (LLMSW). Since 2014, she has been serving as the Membership Chair of the Michigan Art Therapy Association and has been an active member of the American Art Therapy Association since 2011. She earned her Master of Education with a concentration in Art Therapy from Wayne State University and a Master of Social Work from Michigan State University.

Autumn works full-time as a Crisis Counselor with children and families at a Child Advocacy Center in Flint, MI, utilizing Art Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other treatment approaches that focus on sensory, regulation, and attachment. She is also a Lecturer at the University of Michigan-Flint, instructing Introduction to Art Therapy courses at the undergraduate level. Autumn also has several years’ experience supporting children and families affected by foster care in Southeast Michigan through therapeutic arts programming and several additional years’ experience supporting children with socio-emotional and academic development in the Seattle Public Schools, Flint Community Schools, and Genesee Intermediate School District.

MAAT Delegate to the Assembly of Chapters

Alison Maples, MA, LPC, ATR

Alison Maples is a graduate of Wayne State University with a Masters of Art in Counseling and Art Therapy. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Ceramics and in Art History from the University of Toledo. She has recently opened Maples Creative Counseling in Milford Michigan and is accepting new clients for in office and video therapy sessions. Alison is both the Ethics Chairman for Michigan Association of Art Therapists and the Delegate for the Assembly of Chapters for the American Art Therapy Association. Alison currently lives in Hazel Park Michigan and Toledo Ohio and loves all puppies, playing video games, swimming, and performing.

MAAT Treasurer

Rachel Green, LMSW, MEd. ATR

Rachel Green works at Beaumont Hospital Farmington Hills in the Geropsychiatric Unit. After hours, she also has a private practice, Expressions Counseling, LLC, and incorporates an eclectic modality to her therapeutic practice. She combines several approaches including, art therapy, cognitive-behavioral techniques, strengths-based, systems, and person-center. Rachel looks for the strengths in her clients and helps them to understand how their situation can be influenced by a number of factors including their thoughts, emotions, social interactions, and environment. Rachel is licensed in the state of Michigan as a Licensed Master’s Level Social Worker (LMSW) and a Registered Art Therapist (MEd. A.T.R.) Wayne State University. She also certified in Gerontology. When Rachel is not helping clients, she loves working on her Manga comic and a variety of other art forms.

MAAT Publicity Chair

Kathy Schnur, ATR-BC, RN, BSN. CTS

Currently working with children and teens who have experienced trauma at Crossroads for Youth in Oxford Michigan. Available to speak about Art Therapy, creativity, and wellness.
Experienced and available for Supervision with folks interested in obtaining ATR. Graduate in Art Therapy. from WSU in 2008. Supervision training completed 2018. Former MAAT membership chair 2009-2010.
Published author and experienced speaker about Art Therapy. Training in Sandplay Therapy, Jungian based, supervised by Dr Barabra Turner.

MAAT Community Outreach

Angie Bolton, MA, LPC, ATR

Angie Bolton graduated in August, 2017 with her Masters in Counseling and Art Therapy from Wayne State University. She also has a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts, with a concentration in photography from Wayne State University. Angie is currently working as a counselor and art therapist at New Center Community Services in Detroit. As a therapist, she utilizes an integrative approach, drawing from trauma – informed, strength – based and mindfulness techniques. Angie has worked within the Community Mental Health, foster care and autistic populations and strongly believes that art therapy offers clients invaluable tools of self-expression and empowerment that cannot always be accessed through words. Angie lives in Detroit and enjoys coffee shops, sock monkeys and an endless supply of books.

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