Featured Article in February, 2018 issue of the Metuchen Mirror.
March 2016 – Panelist for the Rutgers Arts in
Medicine Society (RAMS)
Presenter at the Newark Arts Museum Crafter's Fair
Presenter at the NJWAN Conference
Participant in local arts festival to benefit Haiti
Presenter at the Art Educators of New Jersey Conference
Participated in group shows as part of “The June Bug Arts Festivals” and The Edison Art Society in Metuchen Borough Hall, The Westerhoff School of Music & Art, and The Raritan Center.
Facilitator in The Parent and Child Family Peace Day Celebration, Conerly Road School, New Brunswick, NJ.
Exhibitor at the Body & Soul Health Expo, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Metuchen, NJ.
Arranged and hung “outsider art” show in Dance Space, Soho, New York
May 2001: article published in POZ Magazine
December 2001: solo art show in Dance Space, Soho, New York
Work of one of my patients published in, “Childhood Revealed”, Edited by Harold S. Koplewicz & Robin F. Goodman.
Who is Ellis Eisner?
Ellis Eisner is a professional Art Therapist who has been working in the field since January of 2000. She holds the degrees of: Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Rutgers University, where she graduated with highest honors in 1996, and Master of Arts, (MA) in Art Therapy from New York University, from which she graduated in 1999.
What certifications has Ellis earned?
Ellis is a Registered, Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT).
Where has Ellis worked?
Ellis worked as Recreation Director for Project Renewal in New York City for 9 years, an agency that serves the homeless and formerly homeless.
Before that she worked for Catholic Charities of Brooklyn & Queens, with adults with mental illness.
Ellis currently has a private practice that serves children and adults. She also works in Gracie Square Hospital in New York City.
Where has Ellis interned?
Ellis has performed internships in Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYC, and in Housing Works, NYC.