Darcy Marlow MA-ATR, MAEd, received a BA in art from the University of San Diego, an MAEd with an emphasis on gifted education from Seattle University and a MA in Art Therapy and Mental Health Counseling from Antioch University Seattle. As an art therapist, Darcy has worked with several populations in both groups and individually including: residents of assisted living facilities, consumers in a community mental health agency and children. Currently, Darcy has a private practice in Seattle where she utilizes art as a healing agent for both adolescents and adults. She began teaching at Antioch in 2013 as adjunct faculty and became an affiliate faculty member in 2016. Darcy have presented at both regional and national art therapy conferences on subjects including self care and art therapy, strengths based therapy and art therapy and the influences of Edith Kramer on the field of art therapy.