The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media

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A collection of art-based resources and social media sites inspired by the book The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media: Connection, Community, and Creativity by Gretchen M. Miller. The Art Therapist’s Guide to Social Media (Routledge) addresses content related to social media use, its growing influence, and the impact social networking has on the profession and the work of art therapists. Learn more here: http://tinyurl.com/ybgucfte

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The Art Therapist’s Guide to Social Media Sticker Sheets! Art Therapy Projects, Therapy Ideas, Mental Health Art, Social Media Art, School Social Work, Interactive Cards, Psychology Books, Expressive Art, Breakfast For Kids

The Art Therapist’s Guide to Social Media Sticker Sheets!

STICKER SHEETS! 8 x 11 inch UV coated white vinyl multi-sticker sheet of 6 different designs inspired by The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media. A fun way to show your love of art therapy, use of social media, connection, community, and creativity! Designed by the book's Illustrator Nate Fehlauer of Wiscy Jones Creative: (Front)…

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"You choose how to relate to technology. It’s critical to stay true to yourself, to your goals and aspirations ... to be mindful," says Margaret Moore.

Digital education and social media expert Nicola Osborne encourages us to tread carefully on social media and consider what our digital footprint might revea. Digital Footprint, Social Media Site, Footprints, Higher Education, Manchester, Internet, Technology, Youtube, Art

What Do Your Digital Footprints Say About You? | Nicola Osborne | TEDxYouth@Manchester

Digital education and social media expert Nicola Osborne encourages us to tread carefully on social media and consider what our digital footprint might revea...

A digital footprint is the trail of information we leave behind us when we do anything online - when we share, search, join groups or buy things. Digital Technology, Educational Technology, Digital Citizenship Lessons, 7th Grade Reading, Cyber Safety, Digital Footprint, Information Literacy, Internet Safety, Digital Literacy

Live My Digital for students: Digital Footprint

A digital footprint is the trail of information we leave behind us when we do anything online - when we share, search, join groups or buy things. All of this...

Many experts say digital life will continue to expand people’s boundaries and opportunities. Yet nearly a third think that people’s overall well-being will be more harmed than helped in coming years. Human Well Being, Research Scientist, Information Overload, Net Neutrality, Media Literacy, Social Media Site, Social Networks, Tech, Wellness

The Future of Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World

Many experts say digital life will continue to expand people’s boundaries and opportunities. Yet nearly a third think that people’s overall well-being will be more harmed than helped in coming years.

To help art therapists work effectively with the realities of the novel coronavirus disease this special report brings together art therapists who have experience working in pandemics (. Virtual Community, Interpersonal Relationship, Community Boards, Social Media Site, Art Therapy, American Art, Building, Health, Revolution

Building Online Creative Communities in the Time of COVID-19

Earlier in this month, a special report was published by Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association that provides protocols art therapists can enact during this time of COVID-19 to support public health psychosocial guidelines informed by the Ebola & SARS epidemic, caring for frontline health workers, & building creative communities online. You can…

My Digital Stamp: Erik Qualman at TEDxNashville Harry Potter Author, Self Organization, Guinness Book, Social Media Video, Digital Citizenship, How To Be Likeable, Community Manager, Cbs News, World Records

My Digital Stamp: Erik Qualman at TEDxNashville

Called a Digital Dale Carnegie, Erik Qualman is the author of Socialnomics. Socialnomics made Amazon's #1 Best Selling List for the US, Japan, UK, Canada, Po...

Art Therapy & Technology Digital Time Capsule: How Do You Use Technology as an Art Therapist in Project Collaboration, First Blog Post, Health App, Art Base, Group Work, Social Media Site, Time Capsule, State Art, Art Therapy

Art Therapy & Technology Digital Time Capsule: How Do You Use Technology as an Art Therapist in 2020?

At the beginning of this new year & decade, the idea of creating an art therapy & technology digital time capsule seemed like it would be a fun and collaborative project to invite current art therapists and future art therapists to participate in! This digital time capsule is an opportunity to document our relationship and…

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The psychology behind oversharing, explained

You know how it goes: you meet a stranger at a party, and 10 seconds after the conversation starts, she's deep into a very personal and very detailed story about how she just caught her boyfriend cheating on her or the stressor at work that's…

Art therapist and author of The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media Gretchen M. Miller explores how art therapists can create a strong professional digital. Lost Season 1, Art Base, Social Media Site, Art Therapy, Consideration, Social Networks, Crafts To Make, Revolution, Music Videos

Social Media and e-Professionalism- Considerations for Art Therapists

Art therapist and author of The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media Gretchen M. Miller explores how art therapists can create a strong professional digital...

Spring 2018 Events | The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media Art Base, Social Media Site, Art Therapy, Social Networks, University, Events, Learning, Spring, Reading

Spring 2018 Events

There are a couple of events taking place this spring inspired by The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media: On the campus of Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania on Monday, April 16 I will be presenting a free community lecture sponsored by the school's undergraduate art therapy program. The evening event (6-7:30 pm) also includes 1.5…

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Rules of engagement when you follow your colleagues on Twitter

When your colleagues follow you on Twitter, there are a few rules you need to keep in mind.

Events & Workshops about Art Therapy & Social Media, topics related to Connection, Community, and Creativity Social Media Site, Art Therapy, College Students, Social Networks, Counseling, Connection, Workshop, Creativity, Community

Art Therapists, Social Media & Digital Presence Workshop

The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media. 1,298 likes · 6 talking about this. The Art Therapist’s Guide to Social Media (Routledge) addresses the impact...

Art Therapy Round Up: Connecting & Creating During COVID-19 Creative Connections, Art Base, Window Art, Future Goals, Social Media Site, Artist Trading Cards, New Opportunities, Make Art, Albert Einstein

Art Therapy Round Up: Connecting & Creating During COVID-19

A few years ago, the site brightdrops.com posted this about Albert Einstein’s very well known and inspiring quote "Creativity is Contagious" (a favorite!): It’s funny to think of creativity being contagious, like a virus, but it really does spread from one person to another, just by the act of that second person watching the first…

Digital Time Capsule: What Do Art Therapists Dislike & Like About Technology in Art Therapy Directives, Feeling Lost, Social Media Site, Time Capsule, Augmented Reality, Digital Media, New Technology, Social Networks, Physics

Digital Time Capsule: What Do Art Therapists Dislike & Like About Technology in 2020?

Inspired by contributions that are coming in for the Art Therapy & Technology Time Capsule, this week takes a look at what art therapists dislike & enjoy about technology in their 2020 lives: Dislikes Constant checking of email, social media and its impact on being truly present Lacking mindful use with intention & purpose Frustrating…

Humiliation: Mental Health and Public Shame - The growth and all-encompassing influence of social media has made the phenomenon of humiliation even more apparent and possible. This book examines the damaging impact of humiliation in human society. University Of Nottingham, University Of Sciences, Social Media Site, Self Esteem, Social Networks, Science And Technology, Mental Health, Psychology, How To Become

Title Detail: Humiliation by Marit F. Svindseth

This book examines the damaging impact of humiliation in human society. By using case studies of observed humiliation, the book discusses the power play between groups, organizations and nations. It shows how public shame can lead to damaging psychological states and violent responses amongst vulnerable individuals.

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