Media

FEATURED IN

Interview with Jen Berlingo. Art of Insight Studio. November 2017. 

The Non-linear Path: An interview with Jen Berlingo. The Growth Studio. October, 2017.

Art Therapy Today. Featured member of the American Art Therapy Association, Sept. 28, 2017 

Vogue Magazine: Crystals, Sage and Wishing Bowls: How to have a modern mystical wedding. by Jenny Berg. Sept. 2017. SoulSpace Oracle cards are pictured as part of mystical wedding services offered by Colleen McCann's company, Style Rituals

Naropa University: Alumni Spotlight. Interview by Hart, A. (August 2017) Part 1: Marketing & diversity as an art therapist. 

Naropa University: Alumni Spotlight. Interview by Hart, A. (August 2017)Part 2: Self care & authenticity. 

7 real life happy artists. Tara Leaver; May 2017

When healers don't walk their talk. JacMcNeil.com; January 2016

What does transpersonal art therapy look like in action? Open Path Psychotherapy Collective; Fall 2013


PUBLICATIONS

Berlingo, J. (September 2014) Making space for a creative home. Originally published in Grounded Magazine, September 2014 issue. Because the magazine is no longer around, you can read the copy at the link above.

Berlingo, J. (October 2011) Let's talk about art. Republished by Kiwi Crate Blog.

Berlingo, J. (October 2010) Let’s talk about art. Palo Alto Menlo Park Parents Club Newsletter. p. 10-11. (Click to view and read the article you find on pages 10-11.)

Berlingo, J. (March 2009 – June 2014.) Paint Cut Paste – Inspiring Young Artists. Self-published blog that is no longer live, though visuals of many ideas are searchable on Pinterest.

Berlingo, J. (Nov/Dec 2006). Art as a path to spirit. Natural Awakenings Magazine, Greater Richmond Edition, p. 31. (Click here to view & read the article.)

Berlingo, J. The rainbow connection: The chakra system as a framework for transpersonal art psychotherapy. Unpublished master’s thesis, Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado, 2005.


Presentations

The Art of Self-Care for New Moms: Blossom Birth, Palo Alto. Becoming a mother is a rite of passage and a major life transition. When caring for our babies and families, we seldom set aside time to honor our new role as a mother and to care for our selves and our spirit when we need it most. Making art can help new moms to explore this new facet of identity, to give tangible form to feelings, and to be more present with what is. 

The rainbow connection: The chakra system as a framework for transpersonal art psychotherapy.Professional Lecture Series: Naropa University

An overview of art psychotherapy. Counseling & Psychological Services: University of Colorado