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Licensed Creative Arts Therapist

Licensed Psychoanalyst

 

Beth Gonzalez-Dolginko, EdD, LCAT, LP

Beth has worked clinically as an art therapist for 43 years, in academia for 28 years and in private practice for 39 years. Beth has worked with children and adults in the areas of psychiatry, addictions, aging, PTSD, chronic illness, special education, developmental disabilities and child development. Beth has served on two Boards for the NYS Office of the Professions: Mental Health Practitioners Board and Applied Behavior Analysis Board.

 

Contact

Northport, New York

☎ CONTACT

631-754-2278

ddolginko@aol.com

 

Areas of Practice: Licensed Creative Arts Therapist & Licensed Psychoanalyst

Psychotherapy                 Supervision                         Mentoring                        Professional consultation      Group & Individual Therapy          

*****Taking 2 of my courses gives you 100% of NYS LCAT CE contact hours and 60% of ATCB CEC's for a year*****

Beth attended the Women's March in Washington, DC on Saturday, January 21, to make a statement to Trump that hate is not okay and that we all want basic human rights. Beth remains active attending local rallies about the Pipeline, the Affordable Care Act, and People's Climate March/ First 100 days.

Continuing Education

[Click on Announcements and News events in upper left corner for Course Listings] PUBLISHING WORKSHOP: Saturday, October 14

 

Beth Gonzalez-Dolginko, LCAT is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists. #CAT-0010.

Beth is also approved to offer ATCB CEC's

Culture and CAT, on September 9 and Trauma and CAT on September 23 were both a great success with lovely groups of learners sharing knowledge and discourse.

 

 

Published:

Picture of Health: An Artist’s Journey through Disease as Told in His Photographs  Journal of Applied Arts & Health, Vol. 7: # 3

Assigning Meaning to Art to Optimize the Patient Experience in Short-term Psychiatry Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, Vol.29: #2

 

 

***Currently featured on the New York State Office of the Professions, Mental Health Practitioners website is a film by me and Professor Robert I. Wolf about the Henry Street School's Art Therapy program.

BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR A WEEKDAY CLASS!! Many LCAT's work weekends, so I'd like to offer a weekday class. Contact me, below, to comment on any day that's better than others.

 

 
 
All things are possible until they are proved impossible—and even the impossible may only be so as of now.
— Pearl S. Buck
 
 

 
 

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