Corryn Jackson, MA, LLPC

“Art and the creative process of making can help people to explore themselves and the world around them, empower, build self-esteem and aid in connection with others. I am grateful I get to engage and facilitate this process and see some unbelievable growth.”

Corryn currently serves FAR clients at our offsite schools.

She received her Master in Mental Health Counseling with specialization in Art Therapy from Wayne State University. Her Bachelors in Fine Arts with a double major specializing in painting and in African American Studies is from Eastern Michigan University.

Corryn participated in an American Art Therapy Association focus group on navigating graduate school in 2017. She also was a participant in The Arts in Psychotherapy, Volume 69, July 2020, 101665: Art Therapy with Syrian refugee youth in the United States: an intervention study.