ATR-BC, LPC, CCS, LAC
Lynn McKnight comes to us with a rich background in working with individuals from a wide variety of cultures, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. She obtained her masters in Art Therapy at the University of Louisville, and her post graduate course work in psychology from USC. She was the clinical director at Crossroads Center Antigua, and the director for Pavillon International Outpatient; both centers of excellence in co-occurring disorders and facilities that attract individuals from many different countries and cultures. She is licensed as a Professional Counselor, Professional Counselor Supervisor, and as an Addictions Counselor. She is certified as a Master Addictions Counselor, and a Board Certified and Registered Art Therapist. She is currently an assistant professor in the Behavioral Science and Neuroscience Department at the American University of Antigua College of Medicine, is the director of the counseling center at AUACOM, and provides expressive arts therapy groups to clients from many cultures at the University and Crossroads Center.
Lynn McKnight has been active in the fields of art therapy, addictions, and mental health for over 30 years. As the director of counseling and assistant professor of behavioral science and neuroscience at the American University of Antigua College of Medicine, as well as the director of the Expressive Arts Therapy program at Crossroads Center, she is uniquely qualified to address cultural diversity and harmony. She facilitates expressive arts therapy experientials, ethics seminars and cultural diversity workshops with a wide variety of students from countries such as Afghanistan, Iran, Syria, China, Russia, Netherlands, Canada, America, Mexico, Thailand, Palestine, and Israel, often within the same group setting. She has received rave reviews on her ability to help clients and students see from others’ perspectives and come together as fellow human beings with similar dreams, desires, and goals.
Harmony in Diversity