Meet Gabrielle Mouton

Gabrielle is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist(AMFT #109256) and Provisional Registered Art Therapist(ATR-Provisional #20-349). She received her BFA at Colorado State University and her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy with Specialized Training in Clinical Art Therapy at Loyola Marymount University.

She has actively worked in the field since 2017 and has experienced a variety of clinical settings including hospital, residential, Non Public Schools and community based field work. She has worked with children, teens, transitional aged youth and families dealing with a range of biopsychosocial concerns. Gabrielle strives to provide a safe, inclusive, client centered, collaborative environment for clients to explore, grow and communicate. She utilizes narrative, trauma informed, CBT, DBT and systemic approaches based on each individual client’s needs.

Gabrielle provides space for art making with every client no matter the age or skill level, stick figures and scribbles will always be welcome in session. “Art speaks where words are unable to explain.”

Outside of the office Gabrielle is an illustrator and photographer. She spends her downtime gardening, reading comic books, playing video games, making art and hanging out with her puppy.