Psy.D, ATR-BC, LPC, LP
Karen Schurgin, Psy.D., ATR-BC, LPC, LP
Karen graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 1990, and then worked in Florida for five years in an outpatient facility. She is currently living in Michigan, where she has been an art therapist in private practice since 1995, working with adolescents and young adults, individuals, families and couples and specializing in health and wellness with a focus on Cancer and caregiver support. She is a former president of the Michigan Association of Art Therapy (position held for 5 years). Karen completed her doctorate in Humanistic Psychology from the Michigan School for Professional Psychology in 2008. Currently she sees clients and is the clinical director at Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Michigan. Karen teaches at Wayne State University in the Art Therapy Program.