Pamela Ullmann has been a practicing art therapist since 1996. In that time she has worked with a variety of populations. She was instrumental in developing an art therapy program in Manhattan in 2003 and supervised 15 School of Visual Art students within a 5 year period. After developing Colors of Play, LLC, Pamela continued to work as clinical director of a non-profit music and art therapy organization in Westchester, NY for children with Autism and other developmental disorders. Currently, and in addition to Colors of Play clients, Pamela is the program coordinator for the Medical Home for Autism at the Institute for Child Development at the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center.
This book describes how children on the Autism spectrum can thrive, learn and grow by tapping into their own creative process. Written by a credentialed art therapist, this book educates the reader about clinical approaches while also offering hands-on strategies. Appropriate for both parents and professionals.