Marcela Andrade art therapy teacher


Marcela Andrade del Corro is a psychologist, art therapist, and clinical supervisor. Since 2002, she has worked with children, youth, and families in various settings, including residential centers for minors in situations of neglect, street children in Mexico, early childhood communities, and private practice. Since 2012, she has been living in Scotland and has established clinical services in schools for Place2Be. She has been a guest lecturer in various art therapy training programs in Europe and the UK and has published her work. Currently, she is a lecturer in the Master’s in Art Psychotherapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and at Brunel London University.

Andrade del Corro, M. (2017) ‘Building a fort, art therapy with a group of toddlers awaiting adoption’. In Meyerowitz-Kats, J. and Reddick, D. (eds) Art therapy in the Early years. Therapeutic interventions with infants, toddlers and their families. London: Routledge

Andrade del Corro, M. (2014) ‘Street children in Mexico and the intervention of Art Therapy as a psychosocial perspective and model of social action’. Art Therapy Online (ATOL), Vol. 5, no 1, pp. 1-8.