Diana Gibson graduated from St. Mary of the Woods College in 2016 with a dual Master's Degree in Art Therapy and Counseling. Before this she attended The University of North Texas to pursue a PhD in Art Education following a Master's Degree in Education from Sam Houston State University. This is also where she received her Bachelor's of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art. She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and adults using art therapy to overcome some of the toughest obstacles in their lives. She started her journey at Cook Children's Medical Center providing therapeutic art experiences to the families and patients in 2009. She now works with The Art Station to provide art therapy services to populations such as, but not limited to, individuals diagnosed mental health disorders, mental health inpatient units, outpatient behavioral health centers for youth, veterans, and foster agencies. Diana has also continued her work with Community Hospice to provide legacy art therapy to their patients and families at the end of life. During certain semesters, Diana also teaches as an adjunct professor within the Art Education Department at Texas Christian University. Diana is also a muralist, painter, sculptor, and wife and mother of three
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