Sharelle Langaigne


Sharelle's experience includes providing individual, family and group therapy services to children, adolescents and adults. She provides support for a range of life challenges with special interest in immigration, eating disorders, domestic violence, sexual assault & human trafficking, incarceration and reentry.

education & credentials

Masters of Professional Studies in Art therapy and Creativity Development
The Pratt Institute, 2019

Licensed Clinical Professional Art Therapist
Maryland State Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists

Registered & Board Certified Art Therapist
ATR-BC, #22-164
Art Therapy Credentials Board

Trained in Collaborating to Build Resilience for Children and Families
DC Regional Academy of Family Violence, April 2022

Trained in Internal Family Systems Therapy
April 2021

Trained in Trauma Healing
The Body Keeps the Score – Bessel van der Kolk, November 2020

how i can help you

My approach to therapy is integrative, working from a meaning and strengths based approach. While tailored to meet each individual’s unique needs, I focus on self-exploration, self-expression and developing self-trust. I believe in the creative process as a powerful tool for self-discovery and healing. Even if you are not specifically seeking art therapy, incorporating art-making into talk therapy can be highly effective and beneficial in challenging thoughts and facilitating expression.

It is my goal to create a space where all feel welcome to come as they are. I encourage every client to discover their voice and use it in a way that feels safe for them. I aim to honor and celebrate your journey, community, culture, identity as well as their many intersections with you.