Tally Tripp brings over 35 years clinical experience to her psychotherapy practice. Recognized for her expertise treating trauma using experiential, expressive and somatic approaches, Tally is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered, Board-Certified Art Therapist. She is Certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Intensive Trauma Therapy (ITT).
Tally offers art therapy, psychotherapy and professional outreach and consultation services via telehealth and in-person through her private practice in Alexandria, VA. She has integrated a range of creative and experiential approaches in her practice and has presented widely on these topics. Additionally, Tally has authored many book chapters and professional journal publications on the topics of Art Therapy, Trauma, Stillbirth, EMDR, Ethics, Assessment, Group work, and Somatic therapies.
A frequent and popular trainer and workshop facilitator for professional groups and organizations, Tally’s outreach extends to national and international contexts. Tally is the Director of Training for Common Threads Project (CTP), the Lead Art Therapy consultant for the Nigerian IDP Diaspora Support Group (NIDSG) and a Therapeutic Arts Trip leader and Consultant for Global Alliance for Africa (GAA).
Tally is currently an Adjunct Professor on the Faculty of the George Washington University Graduate Art Therapy Program where she served, for 14 years, as founder and Director of the GW Art Therapy Clinic. Tally is also a Director on the Board of Directors of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) and an ISSTD Fellow and the Founder and Chair of a Special Interest Group on the Creative Arts Therapies (CAT SIG).
In her free time, Tally enjoys adventure travel, making mixed media art, and spending time with her family. For more about Tally and her work please visit her website www.tallytripp.com