Therapists

DELAINE DUE

M.A., ATR-BC, LAT, LPC, CDAC

Identity includes but is not limited to artist, multipreneur, social activist, queer community member, home chef, spin cyclist, parent, dog person who has a cat, and prefers they/them pronouns.

Delaine’s love of art therapy began in their first art therapy class as an undergrad student at a private art college in Detroit, Michigan. “The intensity of the art school experience included the constant critique of visceral around-the-clock work. It became abundantly clear in that first art therapy class that this was a discipline in which I could make any image I wanted without critique. This was a place where my creativity did not have to follow the rules of graphic design, an art gallery showing, a portfolio review or the grading system. This was art freedom and I knew immediately that this was the art discipline that would carry me through.”

They searched for an art therapy graduate program that would combine psychodynamic theory with feminist theory and a hands-on pedagogy. Theory is vital, so is authentic experience with any discipline. Graduate school pushed them to grow personally and professionally: deepening their understanding of art process, image product and psychology while also preparing them for clinical work with other people. They graduated with honors from Sonoma State University with a Masters in Psychology and Art Therapy, and have been in clinical practice for over 20 years. They have worked as a clinical art therapist with adolescents and adults in community agencies, prisons, schools, memory care centers, hospitals and private practice. Delaine has taught introduction to art therapy and other psychology courses at both Southern Oregon University and Rogue Community College.

Delaine is a Board Certified Art Therapist with the American Art Therapy Association and Art Therapy Credentials Board. They hold two Oregon state licenses: the Licensed Art Therapist and the Licensed Professional Counselor. 

Delaine is active in the national art therapy community. They serve on the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) Undergraduate Art Therapy Education Sub-Committee, participate in research, and present at AATA Conferences.

  • Adolescents and Adults
  • Groups
  • Organizations
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Sexuality
  • Gender Identity
  • Parent/Child Relationships
  • Life transitions
  • Grief
  • Inner Critic Work
  • Gestalt
  • Mindfullness
  • Mind-Body Connection
  • Cognitive and Behavioral
  • Chronic Mental Illness
  • Art Therapy Assessment
  • Facilitation
  • Concordant Decision-Making
  • Teaching
LACEY RENAE CORBETT

MA, LPC, ATR-Provisional | Professional Counselor, Professional Art Therapist

Identity includes but is not limited to artist, social activist, queer community member, bonus parent, spouse, spin cyclist, outdoor & stand-up paddle board (SUP) enthusiast, and prefers she/her pronouns.

Lacey Corbett is a licensed therapist in Oregon. She obtained a BS at Southern Oregon University and a MA from Naropa University in Boulder, CO. Naropa is known for their contemplative-based (Buddhist inspired) education model. Her master’s degree is in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Art Therapy. She has 13 years of experience utilizing mindfulness-based practices and Art Therapy, along with traditional counseling services, for individuals ages 11+. 

“I became inspired to pursue a career in Art Therapy while taking Delaine’s ‘Introduction to Art Therapy’ class at SOU. I have a passion for working with at-risk youth and families.” Lacey has worked with youth through Lotus Rising Project (LGBTQ+), Maslow Project (those experiencing houselessness), and Family Solutions (local high schools). Her experience includes the development of a Drop-in, Open Art Studio. She currently provides clinical supervision for Maslow case managers and brings a deep understanding of the unique challenges youth and families face in Southern Oregon. Other specialty areas are ADHD, trauma, grief & loss, anxiety, and depression. Lacey is currently contracted with People’s Art to see clients individually in Medford and Ashland.

  • Adolescents and Adults
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADHD
  • Sexuality
  • Gender Identity
  • Life Transitions
  • Grief
  • Inner Critic Work
  • Mindfulness
  • Mind-Body Connection
  • Cognitive and Behavioral (CBT)
  • Chronic Mental Illness
  • Art Therapy Interventions & Assessment

ARE YOU A CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIST OR EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPIST?

People’s Art is looking for art therapists, music therapists, dance/movement therapists, drama therapists, creative writing therapists and expressive arts therapists to join our practice. Please contact us for more information