Meet the Clinic Director

Tally Tripp is a registered, board certified Art Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Trauma Therapist who has been practicing Art Therapy for over 30 years, specializing in neurobiologically- based, experiential approaches for the treatment of trauma.

Tally brings her extensive clinical skills into the classroom, where she teaches the yearlong Trauma coursework and the Group Process class, and in her role as Director of the Art Therapy Clinic, where she oversees the student interns, case consultation, clinic research and provision of clinical services.

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Art Therapy Clinic

The GW Art Therapy Clinic

The George Washington University Art Therapy Clinic is a training facility partnered with the George Washington University Graduate Art Therapy Program providing confidential, quality art therapy services to children, teens and adults from the community. Our clinicians are students in their second and third year of the Master’s program and are supervised by licensed, professional art therapists and mental health counselors.

Clients who are seen in the clinic receive art therapy services at a negotiable fee based on a sliding scale, starting as low as $5 per session. Most clients are followed in 1:1 individual therapy sessions with one therapist throughout the academic year. The clinic also offers Group and Family Art Therapy as needed, usually in the spring semester. Because we are a training facility, all sessions are digitally recorded so that students can review and receive supervision on their work.  

The mission of the George Washington University Art Therapy Clinic is threefold: 1. to provide members of the community a unique opportunity to experience art therapy sessions at a reduced fee; 2. to provide training and supervision for students in the GW Art Therapy program in the application of art therapy for treatment of trauma and mental health concerns; 3. to promote and engage in faculty and student led research on the application of art therapy in clinical practice.


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Clinic Outreach

 Along with the clinical services we provide at the GWATC, we are often available for in-service presentations and workshops at area universities, businesses, government agencies, schools and health fairs. Some of our recent outreach efforts have included: Healthy Living Series at the GW University Public Health and Medical School, GW Eating Disorders Awareness Week, GW Clinical Psychology Program, GW Colonial Health Services, GW School Counseling Career Awareness, Georgetown Dental School, US Patent and Trade Office, Andrews Air Force Base Wounded Warriors Program, Year Up Wellness Day, Upward Bound, Broadcasting Board of Governors Educational Wellness Fair, US Senate Wellness Fair.

 


Clinic Interns

Kelly Jacobs - Class of 2019

Amanda Shaw - Class of 2019

 


Contact Us

 

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AT Clinic line (to leave messages for your therapist after you are assigned): 703 548 1358

To set up an intake of for questions about our services: [email protected]

To contact Clinic Director, Tally Tripp: [email protected]

 
 
 

Calendar Information

The following holidays and clinic closings are observed. We adhere to an academic calendar so we observe Winter, Spring, and Summer breaks.

Labor Day

Thanksgiving Break 

Winter Break

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Presidents’ Day

Spring Break

Summer Break