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. Amy has worked the last five years at Acadia Stonecrest Center, an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Detroit. Her current duties include facilitating groups and one-on-one art therapy with wide range of clients diagnosed with acute psychiatric issues, often with co-occurring challenges such as substance abuse, adjustment, and emotional disorders. Amy strives to cater her directives to individual needs, establishing appropriate boundaries, promoting positive outlooks and being sensitive to age, cultural and cognitive abilities of clients. 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 Clawson Michigan and enjoys dogs, MINI-Coopers, art, traveling and spending time with her husband Josh.