Why I’m an Art Therapy Certified Supervisor

Why I’m an Art Therapy Certified Supervisor

Art therapy credentials Art therapy credentialing is a complex topic that could (and will — stay tuned!) span several blog posts. In short, after receiving your master’s degree in art therapy from an accredited program, you can call yourself an art therapist. After...
Art Therapy Isn’t Just for Kids

Art Therapy Isn’t Just for Kids

You know, for kids! When I started art therapy graduate school, I had no intention of ever treating children or teenagers. In fact, I would have probably said that I “refused” to consider providing art therapy to children. I even announced this to one of my professors...
A Decade of Art Therapy

A Decade of Art Therapy

Last month, while I was visiting Los Angeles for an art therapy symposium at my alma mater, I also attended a 10-year master’s reunion. Much to my surprise, it’s been that long since my fellow students and I graduated and officially became art therapists. These...
A Decade of Art Therapy

Art Therapy Research Symposium

Having spent the first 9 years of my career in Los Angeles before moving to Salt Lake City means that I still have many personal and professional ties to Southern California. As an alumna of the Marital and Family Therapy/Clinical Art Therapy Program at Loyola...
A Decade of Art Therapy

Trends in art therapist employment

The other day, a graph caught my eye from SimplyHired.com — a website dedicated not only to listing jobs but also exploring employment trends. One of the things you can do with their data is search by keyword. For instance, here is the trending graph for the words...

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