Christine Lummis, PhD, DKATI, RCAT

Christine is a Registered Art Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, and international instructor and presenter. Christine has 18 years experience providing Art Therapy services to people of all ages, specializing in body-focused art therapy, trauma, sexual abuse and addictions. Her clinical presentations and experiential workshops include body-focused art therapy, neuroscience and trauma, art therapy with different age groups, and therapeutic support for professionals. She has focused her Doctorate in Art Therapy research on building a theoretical foundation for Therapeutic Body-Mapping, and use of the methodology as a culturally sensitive trauma intervention based on the neurobiology of trauma. Christine is former Vice President of the Canadian Art Therapy Association and author of ‘The Use of Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addictions’, and ‘Parents Handbook on Reducing Anxiety: what’s going on in the brain’.