Dr. Jennifer D. Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist, art therapist and educator, in private practice in the Boston area. Dr. Brown received her doctorate from Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and clinical training with Boston University Medical Center. Dr. Brown has a master’s degree in art therapy from New York University and is a board certified, registered art therapist. In 2001, Dr. Brown worked as an art therapist with Project Liberty, a relief effort aimed at addressing the traumatic aftermath of September 11th on New York citizens. Dr. Brown moved to Los Angeles, California, completing the Art Therapy Fellowship, in Marriage and Family Therapy at Cedar Sinai Medical Center, before entering doctoral training with Pepperdine University. Dr. Brown has worked as a counselor and victims advocate for Cambridge Health Alliance’s Victims of Violence program. She’s been an instructor and research coordinator in the Graduate Expressive Therapies program at Lesley University, the psychology department at Cambridge College and the Art Therapy Program at New York University. Dr. Brown joined the Brandeis University Counseling Center (BCC) in 2013, as a psychologist and art therapist, until forming her private practice. Along with her skills and experience in clinical psychology, Dr. Brown implements her collective knowledge of expressive therapy, hypnotherapy and mindfulness meditation in her private practice, The Art of Therapy.