Gina Baird, LMHC, ATR-BC, received her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Art Therapy from the Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She is a registered and board certified art therapist. She has worked with trauma survivors in unique and diverse settings that include homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, school-based services, youth and adult inpatient hospitalization units, and residential treatment centers, as well as running her own successful private practice. Gina joined The Julian Center in January 2007 and currently specializes in working with women. Gina facilitates “Thriving and Surviving”, an art therapy group for women survivors of trauma and she is currently facilitating The Cloak of Burden Project, a project highlighting the power of adjunctive art therapy and collective empathy within the Indianapolis community for survivors of trauma.