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Adam D-F. Stevens, MA, RDT

Position: Program Manager, Bereavement & Mental Health Services at the Hetrick-Martin Institute

Adam D-F. Stevens (they|them), MA, RDT are a Registered Drama Therapist (RDT) who works at the Hetrick-Martin Institute, a non-profit organization that serves LGBTQAI+ youth in NYC. Their role includes supporting queer youth in transforming their loss and grief into unapologetic, abundant joy and empowerment. Previously, Adam worked at the Cooke School & Institute, NYC, guiding young people with developmental and intellectual differences. They are alumni of Marymount Manhattan College and New York University where their areas of study included Theatre Arts and Drama Therapy respectively. Adam serves as an adjunct faculty member in the Creative Arts Therapy Programs at Antioch University in Seattle, and New York University and Marymount Manhattan College in NYC. They have sat on the Board of Directors for the North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA) as Chair of the Cultural Humility, Equity, and Diversity Committee. Adam is a political and social justice practitioner who supports organizations and schools worldwide amplifying diversity, equity, and inclusion. Adam’s superpowers are rooted in the fantastical forces of creativity and love.