MA, MSW, ATR-BC
Tally Tripp MA, MSW, LCSW, LICSW, ATR-BC (she/her) brings over 35 years clinical experience to her psychotherapy practice. Recognized for her expertise treating trauma using experiential, expressive arts and somatic approaches, Tally is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered, Board-Certified Art Therapist. She is a Consultant and Certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (2016), Certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (2008), and Intensive Trauma Therapy (2012).
Tally is a frequent and popular workshop presenter to professional groups and organizations, both nationally and internationally. She is a professor at the George Washington University Graduate Art Therapy Program where she founded and directed the Art Therapy Clinic and taught the Trauma and Group Therapy classes for many years. Additionally, Tally is a Fellow and Board Director for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), serving as co-chair of the International Task Force and founder of a Special Interest Group on the Creative Arts Therapies (CAT SIG).
Currently, Tally is the Director of Training for the non-profit Common Threads Project (NY) where her consultation and training skills are evident in projects across the country and around the world training therapists working with survivors of sexual and gender-based violence. In addition to current trainings in Seattle, Washington DC and NY, Tally has facilitated trainings and assisted in projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Croatia, Ukraine, and Nepal.
Tally provides both in person and virtual psychotherapy and professional consultation in individual or group settings.