About Lee Ann

I have been providing art psychotherapy to people of all ages for more than 20 years. Much of my career has been dedicated to working with youth and young adults, addressing depression, eating disorders, LGBTQ issues, life transitions, and life with chronic illness. I am committed to making creative expression accessible and fulfilling for all.

I have a BFA from Temple University, an MA in Art Therapy from Drexel University, and a PhD in Expressive Arts Therapies from Lesley University. I am a professional member of the American Art Therapy Association and Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association, and recipient of the 2010 Ron Hays Presenter’s Award, and the 2012 Innovative Applications of Art Therapy Award from the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association.

Outside of my practice, I enjoy making art, gardening, cooking, politics, and spending time with my husband and our family of rescued animals – 3 dogs, 2 cats, and a blind sparrow. I am an avid learner, and love to read about history and sociopolitical topics. I have had type 1 diabetes since 1978, and I am fully recovered from diabetes burnout and an eating disorder. I am dedicated to social justice, including racial justice, climate justice, and animal rights, and I strive to improve myself so I can live a meaningful life, and be a positive agent of change in the world.

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.”
― Carl R. Rogers

Lee Ann Thill, Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor

Lee Ann Thill, Art Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor