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

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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”: therapeutIC and therapY

We will be joined by guest star Juliet King MA, ATR-BC, LPC, LMHC

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