Quinn Rivenburgh, MAAT

Art Therapist


Master’s Degree: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Bachelor’s Degree: Macalester College, St. Paul MN

As an inpatient art therapist at PrairieCare, Quinn leads art therapy, process, and identity exploration groups for children and adolescents. She practices therapy from a trauma-informed, feminist, relational perspective.

Art therapy is a therapeutic modality that focuses on visual and metaphorical tools for healing emotional suffering. It is a way of externalizing the thoughts and feelings which cause pain. It is particularly useful for addressing issues in life that are hard to talk about—like grief, death, loss, trauma, hopes, dreams, and fears.

Art therapy is not necessarily about creating beautiful works of art. It is about attending to the poetry and metaphor of our life stories.

Outside of PrairieCare, Quinn enjoys drawing comics, yoga, biking, and playing music.


Narrative therapy
Art therapy
Relational Cultural Therapy
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Trauma and PTSD
LGBTQ issues
Sexual violence healing
Community-based work
Grief and loss


Adults: No
Adolescents: Yes
Children: Yes