Stephanie Musial
14 Cedar Street
Suite 203
Amesbury, MA 01913
(978) 290-0042




Stephanie has worked for 15 years within the mental health field as an Art Therapist & Licensed Mental Health Counselor.

Currently, Stephanie maintains a private practice in her Amesbury, Massachusetts office and studio.  In addition to her practice in Amesbury, Stephanie has been an adjunct faculty member within the Fine and Performing Arts: Creative Arts Therapy Department at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts since 2010.

Within her private practice, Stephanie provides individual and small group art therapy/ counseling for children, adolescents, adults, and their families.  Stephanie also consults with families, educators, and community members.  In addition, Stephanie provides LMHC and ATR supervision for those seeking to become licensed or registered within the field.  She has 15 years of experience supervising undergraduate and graduate level interns from Lesley University, Endicott College, and Emmanual College. 

In addition, Stephanie works as a consultant at the Northshore Academy Program: Lower School of the Northshore Education Consortium in West Peabody, MA.  She collaborates with the teachers and school counselors in order to provide art therapy/group counseling services to the students of the Northshore Academy Lower School.  In years past, Stephanie coordinated many art shows for the Consortium in order to provide the students of the Academy Program an additional means for self-expression.  Stephanie has been with the Northshore Education Consortium since September 2000.

After graduating from Lesley University in 1998, Stephanie spent four years working in East Boston at Little Folks Community Day Care Center as the agency's clinician.  She provided case management and counseling services in two of the agencies day care programs as well as to the afterschool programming.  Stephanie worked together with DCF, Early Intervention, and other community partners in order to provide collaborative services to families.

Stephanie Musial's studies in art and expressive therapy include a Bachelor's Degree in Art Therapy from Emmanuel College in Boston, MA and a Master's Degree in Expressive Therapy with a specialization in Art Therapy from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.   Completing these degrees required full time course work in studio art and psychology.   The integration of "the arts" into clinical practice was applied during three years of clinical internships within the mental health field.  

Stephanie's clinical internship sites include: 
Bournewood Hospital, Brookline, MA (Adult/Adolescent Inpatient Hospital)
Community Therapeutic Day School, Lexington, MA (Therapeutic Day School)
Malden Hospital, Malden, MA (Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Services) 





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