Sheri Roseman, LPAT, A.T.R.-B.C., M.A.
Sheri Roseman is a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC), and a Licensed Professional Art Therapist (LPAT) who is passionate about promoting art making to address mental health and wellness needs. Her expertise spans over 30 years of working with individuals and families, across a variety of settings, to facilitate improved coping skills and quality of life. Sheri has an empathic style and a targeted focus on creating a refreshing and inviting space for clients to heal and grow through creative self-expression.
Sheri has extensive experience providing therapeutic support to individuals experiencing anxiety, phase of life transitions, chronic illness, major life changes, depression, individual and family stressors, and trauma. Sheri’s authentic style and her strength-based approach provide a warm and accepting environment for individuals focused on wellness and growth across several domains including self-esteem, perfectionism, motivation, and personal growth.
After receiving a Bachelor’s degree (with highest honors) in Art Therapy from The College of New Jersey, Sheri Roseman graduated from George Washington University with her Master’s degree in Art Therapy (with highest honors). While at GWU, Sheri’s intensive internships at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C provided an important foundation for her long-standing career that followed. Renowned leaders in the field of Psychiatry taught in the training division at St. Elizabeths where students of Psychiatry and Mental Health came from all over the United States to learn. Sheri was honored to subsequently work at St. Elizabeths where Art Therapy, Sociometry, Psychodrama and Dance/Movement Therapy all had their roots. While working in a teaching environment with diverse individuals with a myriad of mental health needs, Sheri’s passion for art therapy became the catalyst to create and direct future art therapy programs. She pioneered an art therapy program at the Episcopal Center for Children, a private residential and day school in Washington, D.C.
When Sheri moved back to her home state of New Jersey, she initiated and directed the Art Therapy program at Hampton Hospital in Westampton, New Jersey. There, she worked on the Evaluation Unit and Addictions Unit. While married and raising her two young boys, she became an Art Therapy Consultant at Kennedy Hospital in Cherry Hill on the Adult and Child/Adolescent in-patient units. Ultimately, she created and directed the art therapy program at Garfield Park Academy (a special education school), in Willingboro, NJ. Sheri was the recipient of the ASAH Related Services Provider of the Year, selected out of over a hundred candidates from Special Education Schools throughout New Jersey. She is delighted that her early pioneering efforts have allowed art therapy to continue to grow in the venues where she planted seeds.