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Art Therapy Resources

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The Art of Healing : The idea of art as medicine dates back to antiquity, but recently the concept is drawing increasing interest from the medical and science communities.

The Art of Healing | ucsf.edu

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Art Therapy Blog Index | Art Therapy Bloggers

Art Therapy Blog Index

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Art therapy blogs

Top 50 Art Therapy Blogs - Expressive Art Inspirations

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Colleen O’Rollins is a trained art therapist in Seattle. She integrates creative, hands-on techniques into sessions with families, individuals of all ages, and couples. Colleen uses cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness, narrative therapy and more.

6 Art Exercises To Help Boost Self-Esteem (From A Professional Art Therapist): New York-based Creative Arts Therapist Mallory Denison says art can be therapeutic in helping people to become more compassionate with themselves, and ultimately with others.

▶ Foundations of Art Therapy Class at Naropa University [VIDEO] :: Dr. Michael Franklin leads an art exercise on the first day of the fall semester of the Foundations of Art Therapy class at Naropa University.

Art Therapy for Substance Abuse Treatment FREE e-book

Art Therapy for Substance Abuse Treatment

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Doctor of Philosophy in Art Therapy: Notre Dame de Namur is offering a Ph.D. in Art Therapy, building on the strong foundation of the Art Therapy Master’s Program in Belmont, California.

Ph.D. in Art Therapy | NDNU

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MHC’s art therapy program | Initiated about a year ago, the art therapy program, located at the Marana Health Center’s new Counseling and Wellness Center, is designed to give a creative outlet to adolescents facing depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, family crisis, and other issues.

MHC’s art therapy program

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Commonly used art supplies and media in your art therapy work or internship

Via Natalie Wallace: 'Today in my art therapy course we made pocket shrines. What is a pocket shrine you ask? It is a personal space in which to reflect what is important to you. All art making is healing, because we move into the moment, become more aware and our brain waves shift and we move into a deeper, healing awareness. Art therapists call this approach Art As Therapy, not necessarily art therapy. - Caterina Simply put, art is Medicine.' - Annet: use art as biz medicin3

Pocket Shrine - Creative, Sacred, Living

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Healing Dolls as Therapeutic Art Therapy Intervention

Healing Dolls as therapeutic Art Therapy intervention

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Guided Imagery in Art Therapy. Good demonstration of the difference between Art Therapists doing Art Therapy and Recreation Therapists who do Therapeutic Art.

"Guided Imagery" Art as Therapy Project

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Art Affects is a virtual space where inspirations, expressions, and creations are shared related to art therapy and more by Missouri Art Therapist Nannie Mead:

100 Art Therapy Exercises - The Updated and Improved List - The Art of Healing Psyche and Soul THIS IS BRILLIANT

Art to heal and make whole again

Art to heal and make whole again | The Sunday Times Sri Lanka

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Great resources for art therapists and art therapy students including information on art therapy prompts.

Art Therapy Resources

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The single largest team of art therapists come together in Connecticut for The Art Connection Studio

Artists Thrive at Therapeutic Hartford Studio

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"Kicks" by stephanie rubiano, via Flickr

Art Therapy Fundamentals #ArtTherapy

Grief Counseling for Teens - Creating Memory Boxes

Grief Counseling for Teens

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Art Therapy 2-Day Workshop

Art Therapy 2-Day Workshop

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This is for the people who ask "what is Art Therapy and how will you have a job doing it?"

The field of art therapy is discovering that artistic expression can be a powerful means of personal transformation and emotional/spiritual healing. In this book, Shaun McNiff, a leader in expressive arts therapy for more than three decades, reflects on a wide spectrum of activities aimed at reviving art's traditional healing function. - Taken a class with Shaun at Lesley College

Emotional Learning Cards. "These cards effectively combine thought-provoking contemporary art images with stimulating questions that highlight themes relating to social identity, gender and the meanings we give to our experiences. They will be very useful for art therapists, teachers and parents." - Diane Waller OBE (Professor of Art Psychotherapy, Goldsmiths, University of London)

Iniva - Institute of International Visual Arts

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