Jill Scheibler
Scheibler, PhD, LCPAT
Assistant Professor, Graduate Research Coordinator
Art Therapy Department
Meletia Hall (MEL) 006
Programs I teach...

A proud Baltimorean, Dr. Scheibler is a licensed and credentialed clinical art therapist, a community psychologist, and a qualitative researcher. Her applied work, teaching, and research have focused on community and individual well-being, social impacts of arts programming, evaluating public health initiatives, the creation of empowering and mutual support settings, and combating the exclusion of persons with disabilities and other marginalized identities.

Dr. Scheibler co-founded and helms Make Studio, a nonprofit progressive art studio for disabled artists. As an art therapist, she has worked with adult and adolescent clients in inpatient, school, and community-based settings, as well as in private practice.

Dr. Scheibler currently serves as the Graduate Research Coordinator for the Art Therapy Department; she teaches graduate courses including Assessment, Research Methods, and Transformative Art Therapy for Social Justice. She received her M.A. in Art Therapy from The George Washington University and her Ph.D. in Human Services Psychology from UMBC.