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Art IN Therapy: Art Processes for the non-art therapist

Please share and consider attending.This distinction between therapeutic and therapy is an important one. It helps us all maintain our scope of practice, ethical integrity, and ensure safety for those we serve. I can’t talk about this without also talking about my mentor Ron Hays, who had many discussions about the ‘ic” and the “eeey”: … Continue reading Art IN Therapy: Art Processes for the non-art therapist

Drexel Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Students create an Expressive Therapies Continuum blog.

Media, Materials, and Exploration Class Blog This quarter, I had the honor of teaching a course in Drexel’s graduate art therapy program, Media, Materials, and Processes in Art Therapy. This course identified practices in art therapy explored through the direct experience of art making with a range of art materials and processes in studio, seminar, … Continue reading Drexel Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Students create an Expressive Therapies Continuum blog.

When art therapy and neuroscience collide. Another podcast.

The Light After Trauma welcomed me back with my colleague Juliet King, to discuss the science and validity behind art therapy as well as the incredible uses of art therapy in treating trauma. Listen to it here: https://lightaftertrauma.libsyn.com/episode-14-when-art-therapy-and-neuroscience-collide Learn more about Juliet’s book here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BYMGV7S?pf_rd_r=GMJA7GM57SCR55ZCSXCJ&pf_rd_p=edaba0ee-c2fe-4124-9f5d-b31d6b1bfbee

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