Supervision in Expressive Arts Therapy
In addition to 75 education hours, the Certificate of Expressive Arts Therapy also requires 200 clinical hours (formally called internship by IEATA) guided by 25 hours of individual supervision, or 50 hours of group supervision, or a combination of the two (a two-hour group counts as one individual hour of supervision). Program participants must complete their supervision hours with an ICM Expressive Arts Supervisor. Reach out to a supervisor below for more information on working with them!
Ramona Skriiko, M.S.Ed., LPCC, REAT (she/her/hers) is fascinated by our bodies’ innate healing abilities and our power to transform our stories of trauma and loss into stories of growth. Ramona is a licensed professional clinical counselor, a trained EMDR therapist, a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist, a Dancing Mindfulness facilitator and affiliate trainer, and an advanced student of Somatic Experiencing® therapy. She is currently in private practice in Warren, Ohio and specializes in the treatment of complex PTSD. Ramona believes that trauma healing doesn’t have to be so hard and enjoys using somatic and expressive arts therapies to tap into the healing power of play. A self-proclaimed Geek girl, Ramona believes our favorite stories provide insights into how our lives have been shaped by trauma and how we can overcome our trauma to claim our power and live lives of joy and meaning.