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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 07/13/2022 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

    This fourth event, The Journey of Advancing the Field, will allow long-time practitioners in the field to share experiences such as advocacy work; any perceptions of impacts of the clinification of the field on training access beginning in the 1980’s through the present; and thoughts as to how the field might respond to the current post-pandemic mental health crisis, including calls for a greater diversity of and access to practitioners beyond traditional service delivery models.

    Journey to Art Therapy

    There are many ways through which art therapists and pre-professionals in training have learned about the field of art therapy and entered professional practice! This series of four discussions aims to support a diversity of voices, at different stages of their training and careers, in sharing their journeys into the field. By offering a free, virtual series that is relatively easily accessible, beginning with a target audience of middle and high school students, it is hoped that this series might also, in part, address timely educational/career path access and promote further diversity among those seeking to enter/entering the field.

    This fourth event, The Journey of Advancing the Field, will allow long-time practitioners in the field to share experiences such as advocacy work; any perceptions of impacts of the clinification of the field on training access beginning in the 1980’s through the present; and thoughts as to how the field might respond to the current post-pandemic mental health crisis, including calls for a greater diversity of and access to practitioners beyond traditional service delivery models.

    Please email info@arttehrapy.org if you have any questions or want to request particular accommodations for the virtual event. 

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/22/2022 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

    This third event, The Journey into Practice, will allow post-graduate students and new professionals to present about their experiences of degree completion and navigating academic and perhaps interpersonal challenges they experienced in the process. They would also be asked to share how they prepared for post-grad professional ‘launch’ licensing/credentialing, finding work, and connecting with supervisors with whom they found professional and/or personal affinity.

    Learning from the Journeys into Art Therapy

    There are many ways through which art therapists and pre-professionals in training have learned about the field of art therapy and entered professional practice! This series of four discussions aims to support a diversity of voices, at different stages of their training and careers, in sharing their journeys into the field. By offering a free, virtual series that is relatively easily accessible, beginning with a target audience of middle and high school students, it is hoped that this series might also, in part, address timely educational/career path access and promote further diversity among those seeking to enter/entering the field.

    This third event, The Journey into Practice, will allow post-graduate students and new professionals to present about their experiences of degree completion and navigating academic and perhaps interpersonal challenges they experienced in the process. They would also be asked to share how they prepared for post-grad professional ‘launch’ licensing/credentialing, finding work, and connecting with supervisors with whom they found professional and/or personal affinity. 

    Please email info@arttehrapy.org if you have any questions or want to request particular accommodations for the virtual event. 

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Sigrid Haines, partner at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP, explains what this new act means for the art therapy community.

    The No Surprises Act is in effect, but what does that mean for your private practice?  Beginning January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act requires health care providers, including art therapists, to provide uninsured and self-pay clients a Good Faith Estimate of costs for services when they schedule care or when requested. 

    Sigrid Haines, partner at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP, explains what this new act means for the art therapy community. 

    This is a LIMITED offering until 6/3/2022. 

    This session is FREE for AATA members. Non-members are welcome for a $40 registration fee. Eligible participants will receive 1.0 CEU for the session. 

    Please email info@arttherapy.org if you have any questions or want to request particular accommodations for the virtual event. 

    Sigrid C. Haines

    Partner

    Whiteford, Taylor, & Preston LLP

    SIGRID C. HAINES, ESQ. is a partner at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP.  Sigrid has practiced healthcare law, particularly representing health care providers on regulatory compliance issues, at firms in Bethesda and Washington, D.C. for approximately 35 years.  Sigrid has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a major in accounting, from Bucknell University, and a law degree from Case Western Reserve University.  Sigrid is admitted in Maryland, D.C., and New York.  For fun, she works with rescue horses and ponies.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Considering an individual’s state of happiness, concepts such as fulfillment, enlightenment, and contentment, help define happiness. This presentation will explore positive affect and increased life satisfaction through the impact of nature-based experiences, art therapy, and how connecting to nature can support individuals during a global pandemic with restricted environmental access.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Deborah Elkis-Abuhoff, PhD, LCAT, CLAT, ATR-BC, ATCS, CCTP, Morgan Gaydos, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT, Erin Poland, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT-LP and Skylar Sena
    Considering an individual’s state of happiness, concepts
    such as fulfillment, enlightenment, and contentment,
    help define happiness. This presentation will explore
    positive affect and increased life satisfaction through
    the impact of nature-based experiences, art therapy,
    and how connecting to nature can support individuals
    during a global pandemic with restricted environmental
    access.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This past year we have all had to adapt and adjust due to COVID-19. As future art therapists, a group of graduate students navigated a way to continue our studies, explore technology-based art practices, and overcome social distancing to connect with an unlikely group of New Horizons band members.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Miranda Vellozzi-Fischetto, MA, LCAT - LP
    This past year we have all had to adapt and adjust due
    to COVID-19. As future art therapists, a group of
    graduate students navigated a way to continue our
    studies, explore technology-based art practices, and
    overcome social distancing to connect with an unlikely
    group of New Horizons band members.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation describes the results of an art-based program evaluation with artists labeled/with intellectual and developmental disabilities in studio practice. The artists identified what they value about their studio today and what they want for the future of their studio. Findings have implications for future therapeutic practice in studios.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Sara Miller, PhD, LCPC, ATCS
    This presentation describes the results of an art-based
    program evaluation with artists labeled/with
    intellectual and developmental disabilities in studio
    practice. The artists identified what they value about
    their studio today and what they want for the future of
    their studio. Findings have implications for future
    therapeutic practice in studios.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The paper is a systematic review and meta-analysis of all randomized and cluster randomized controlled trials comparing the effects of mandala coloring and free-drawing on state anxiety.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Siri Jakobsson Støre, PhD student in Psychology, Specialist Psychologist in Clinical Psychology
    The paper is a systematic review and meta-analysis of all
    randomized and cluster randomized controlled trials
    comparing the effects of mandala coloring and free-drawing on state anxiety.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Through a meta-synthesis of existing art therapy literature, we have uncovered alignment with common factors, which are deemed necessary for change, in the therapy. These are therapeutic alliance, confiding healing setting, ritual, and client expectations. Another major factor specific to the field of art therapy emerged: relational aesthetics.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Megan Robb, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, NCC, and Kirsten O'Loughlin, MA candidate
    Through a meta-synthesis of existing art therapy
    literature, we have uncovered alignment with common
    factors, which are deemed necessary for change, in the
    therapy. These are therapeutic alliance, confiding
    healing setting, ritual, and client expectations. Another
    major factor specific to the field of art therapy
    emerged: relational aesthetics.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Art therapy in medicine harks back to the origins of our field, and the expanding field of medicine itself offers the possibility of creating new programs. Two art therapists with decades of practice will share the inspirations, evolution, and adaptations on which they have built their careers.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Tracy Councill, MA, ATR-BC, LCPA, Susan Anand, MA, ATBC, ATCS, LPAT
    Art therapy in medicine harks back to the origins of our
    field, and the expanding field of medicine itself offers the
    possibility of creating new programs. Two art therapists
    with decades of practice will share the inspirations,
    evolution, and adaptations on which they have built their
    careers.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    What are your options when a student researcher breaches academic integrity and honesty policies and procedures? How do you resolve the infraction objectively and without bias or discrimination? Hauck and Ling's (2018) five-step DO ART method was implemented. Creating artwork at each step was intrinsic to resolving the dilemma.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT

    Patricia St John, EdD, ATR-BC, LCAT
    What are your options when a student researcher
    breaches academic integrity and honesty policies and
    procedures? How do you resolve the infraction
    objectively and without bias or discrimination? Hauck
    and Ling's (2018) five-step DO ART method was
    implemented. Creating artwork at each step was
    intrinsic to resolving the dilemma.