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McKenzie Rich, ATR-BC, LPAT, LPCC

Art Therapist

McKenzie (she/her/hers) believes in working with the whole child, seeking to address mind, body, and spirit through creative expression. Vocalizing emotions and difficult experiences can often be challenging, while the act of creating can be healing. By integrating art therapy with creative play, movement, and connecting with the natural world, McKenzie invites individuals to find their unique “voice.” McKenzie is a Registered Art Therapist-Board Certified, Licensed Professional Art Therapist, and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. In 2016, she graduated with her M.Ed. in Counseling and Personnel Services with a Concentration in Art Therapy from the University of Louisville. McKenzie worked for nearly five years with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of diagnoses at U of L Health: Peace Hospital (formerly Our Lady of Peace Psychiatric Hospital). Her particular passion and focus was with the Innovations program, serving young children with developmental and intellectual disabilities and those on the autism spectrum. She has since spent the past year guiding students, families, and staff from Oldham County Schools through the mental health challenges of a pandemic year. A desire to expand this support within the Louisville community led her to Bridge. Outside of work, McKenzie enjoys cooking as a mindful and stress-relieving practice, spending time outside with her hands in the dirt or practicing yoga, and creating collages.


Specializes In: Children/adolescents—especially those with intellectual and developmental disabilities—with a trauma history, anxiety, life transitions, and relationship issues.

Therapeutic Approaches: expressive therapy, art therapy, creative play, trauma-informed, and client-centered techniques.

Clients: Individuals, ages 5-15

Location: Bardstown Road Building, 1904 Eastern Parkway

Payment/Insurance: Anthem, Humana, Private pay (HSA, cash, check, credit)