ABOUT

Cordelia Wheelock, ATR, LMHC has been practicing art therapy for more than twenty years with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as through the foster care system, DCYF, and on adoption-related matters. Cordelia holds a Masters degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute in New York City, where she also received much of her training. She has received awards for voluteer disaster relief work from the State of Rhode Island (Station Nightclub fire) and the City of New York (aftermath of 9/11/01).  Additionally, Cordelia does contract work for local organizations looking to provide per-diem art therapy services. In 2002 Cordelia returned to her home state of Rhode Island to continue her professional development as a clinician and art therapist. Cordelia began teaching at Rhode Island School of Design / Continuing Education (RISD/CE) in 2005 through 2015, and began her private practice in Providence in 2006, specializing in individual and group therapy, clinicial supervision, and school-based art therapy services.
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CONTACT

501 Angell Street, Wayland Square  Providence, RI 02906 401.996.8633 cordeliawheelock@yahoo.com www.providencearttherapy.com
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CONTACT

501 Angell Street, Wayland Square  Providence, RI 02906 401.996.8633 cordeliawheelock@yahoo.com www.providencearttherapy.com
welcome welcome

ABOUT

Cordelia Wheelock, ATR, LMHC has been practicing art therapy for more than twenty years with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as through the foster care system, DCYF, and on adoption-related matters. Cordelia holds a Masters degree in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from Pratt Institute in New York City, where she also received much of her training. She has received awards for voluteer disaster relief work from the State of Rhode Island (Station Nightclub fire) and the City of New York (aftermath of 9/11/01).  Additionally, Cordelia does contract work for local organizations looking to provide per-diem art therapy services. In 2002 Cordelia returned to her home state of Rhode Island to continue her professional development as a clinician and art therapist. Cordelia began teaching at Rhode Island School of Design / Continuing Education (RISD/CE) in 2005 through 2015, and began her private practice in Providence in 2006, specializing in individual and group therapy, clinicial supervision, and school-based art therapy services.