Kristin Long, RDT, BCT, LCAT, LP, has a full-time private practice in New York City, working with children, adolescents, families, and adults.As a graduate of the Institute for Expressive Analysis in 2010, she is interested in the intersections of creativity and psychotherapy. She has taught Expressive Therapy at New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, as well as classes focusing on the use of expressive modalities in analysis through IEA (www.ieanyc.org). Kristin has completed levels I, II, and III in EMDR through the Parnell Institute and has a specific interest in the transmission of intergenerational trauma. She’s presented nationally and internationally on the importance of attunement within relational dyads, and has written several articles and chapters on creative work in therapy spaces.
Kristin is has years of experience in the LGBTQ+ communities and works to co-create a space that is non-judgmental for people and families who want to discuss queer identities and sexualities.