Laura B. Bassett, MA, LMHC
Laura B. Bassett, MA, LMHC, is a graduate of the Art Therapy Program at Southwestern College. Currently she works at a non-profit counseling center in Santa, Fe, New Mexico serving children, youth and families. Laura’s positions include home-based therapy, as well as out-patient individual counseling and art therapy. She is also a liaison for a Santa Fe Public School classroom for the organization, serving severely emotionally disturbed children. In addition, she performs contract work facilitating groups for clients recovering from chemical dependency, mental health illness and trauma issues. Laura also facilitates anger management groups for adolescents referred through Teen Court.Her passions include art therapy, transformational education and advocating for growth and expansion in these areas. Her work specializes in trauma, Attention Deficit Disorder, Sand Play, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, child development and a client-centered resiliency based methodology. Laura’s first experiential learning process began at City and Country School in New York City. The school was created by Caroline Pratt, a contemporary of John Dewey.