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  • Listening Session: Art Therapists and Students with Disabilities

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/13/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    Art therapists and art therapy students who are living with a visible and/or invisible impairment of the body or mind, a condition that limits activity, or creates challenges related to interaction and participation related to one’s vision, movement, cognitive functioning, learning, communicating, hearing, mental health, and other needs. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Art Therapists and Students with Disabilities

    Art therapists and art therapy students who are living with a visible and/or invisible impairment of the body or mind, a condition that limits activity, or creates challenges related to interaction and participation related to one’s vision, movement, cognitive functioning, learning, communicating, hearing, mental health, and other needs. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Art Therapy Students

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/12/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate, and International students enrolled in an academic program studying art therapy in the United States. This group is open to students who are not AATA members, as well as those who are student members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Art Therapy Students

    Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate, and International students enrolled in an academic program studying art therapy in the United States.  This group is open to students who are not AATA members, as well as those who are student members of the Association.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: LGBTQIA+ Art Therapists and Students

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/11/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    The acronym LGBTQIA+ represents a spectrum of gender and sexuality identities, including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Genderqueer, Queer, Intersexed, Agender, Asexual, Ally, Gender Non-Conforming, Non-Binary, and more. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: LGBTQIA+ Art Therapists and Students

    The acronym LGBTQIA+ represents a spectrum of gender and sexuality identities, including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Genderqueer, Queer, Intersexed, Agender, Asexual, Ally, Gender Non-Conforming, Non-Binary, and more. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Art Therapists and Students

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/07/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    The acronym BIPOC represents groups that have faced and continue to face prevalent marginalization, discrimination, racism, and oppression. Individuals with African or Caribbean ancestry, belonging to groups native to the Americas, including Native Americans, Indigenous peoples from the Americas who immigrated to the U.S. and people of color who are Black, Asian, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Pacific Island heritage, among others. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Art Therapists and Students

    The acronym BIPOC represents groups that have faced and continue to face prevalent marginalization, discrimination, racism, and oppression. Individuals with African or Caribbean ancestry, belonging to groups native to the Americas, including Native Americans, Indigenous peoples from the Americas who immigrated to the U.S. and people of color who are Black, Asian, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Pacific Island heritage, among others. This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    Session is full. Please email kmichel@arttherapy.org with subject line "Listening Session" to be put on a waitlist. Include your name and the name of the Listening Session that you would be interested in. We will contact you if a space opens up.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Men Art Therapists and Students

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/06/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association who identify as cisgender male.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Men Art Therapists and Students

    This group is open to art therapists and students of art therapy who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association who identify as cisgender male.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Former or Never Been Members of AATA

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/04/2021 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    Art therapists who have not renewed their membership with the AATA or have never been members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Former or Never Been Members of AATA

    Art therapists who have not renewed their membership with the AATA or have never been members of the Association.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Professional and Credentialed Art Therapists

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/03/2020 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    Art Therapists with a master’s degree in art therapy or credentialed as a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) or a Board-Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) through the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB). This group is open to art therapists who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Professional and Credentialed Art Therapists

    Art Therapists with a master’s degree in art therapy or credentialed as a Registered Art Therapist (ATR) or a Board-Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) through the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB). This group is open to art therapists who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    Session is full. Please email kmichel@arttherapy.org with subject line "Listening Session" to be put on a waitlist. Include your name and the name of the Listening Session that you would be interested in. We will contact you if a space opens up.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: New Professional Art Therapists

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/02/2020 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    Art Therapists who graduated from a master’s degree art therapy academic program in the last five years. This group is open to new art therapists who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: New Professional Art Therapists

    Art Therapists who graduated from a master’s degree art therapy academic program in the last five years. This group is open to new art therapists who are not AATA members, as well as members of the Association.

    Session is full. Please email kmichel@arttherapy.org with subject line "Listening Session" to be put on a waitlist. Include your name and the name of the Listening Session that you would be interested in. We will contact you if a space opens up.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • Listening Session: Current and Former AATA Volunteers

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/01/2020 at 8:00 PM (EST)

    This group includes AATA Committee & Work Group Chairs, Committee & Work Group Members, and AATA Chapter Leaders who are currently volunteering or served in these roles previously within the Association or active with their state or regional art therapy organization’s Board of Directors.

    What is a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Listening Session?

    A listening session is like a focus group: a facilitated discussion with a group of people, aimed at collecting information about their experiences, views, and responses to questions about topics related to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

    Group: Current and Former AATA Volunteers

    This group includes AATA Committee & Work Group Chairs, Committee & Work Group Members, and AATA Chapter Leaders who are currently volunteering or served in these roles previously within the Association or active with their state or regional art therapy organization’s Board of Directors.

    Session is full. Please email kmichel@arttherapy.org with subject line "Listening Session" to be put on a waitlist. Include your name and the name of the Listening Session that you would be interested in. We will contact you if a space opens up.

    Important Note on Participant Confidentiality

    Ground rules and guidelines are established in each group to help foster participant trust. Participants must agree to group confidentiality and not to take notes, photography, or audio and video recordings. 

    The DEI facilitator taking notes will use a method that provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes but does not track or identify specific participants (i.e. who said what) but provides a reporting of the overall group’s responses and themes. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify. Facilitator notes are available for participants to review and verify.

  • NY-0316 - Creativity Heals in an Uncreative Place: Fostering Art Therapy with Prison Inmates

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Art therapists who wish to work in prison believe that they operate within a structured and regulated system that restricts creativity and healing. This course, through personal experiences, illustrations, and perspectives from other art therapists, demonstrates workaround techniques that allow art and creativity to flourish while facilitating treatment.

    Description

    Art therapists who wish to work in prison believe that they operate within a structured and regulated system that restricts creativity and healing. This course, through personal experiences, illustrations, and perspectives from other art therapists, demonstrates workaround techniques that allow art and creativity to flourish while facilitating treatment.

    Learning Objectives
      1. Define the role an art therapist may play in prison.
      2. Identify the various challenges an art therapist may have in facilitating creativity and healing in prison.
      3. Delineate at least three creative art therapy directives that are effective despite the restrictive environment.

      Dr. David Gussak

      Professor, Florida State University

      David Gussak, PhD, ATR-BC is Professor for the Florida State University art therapy program. Dave has published and presented extensively on art therapy and corrections. He authored "Art on Trial" and "Art and Art Therapy with the Imprisoned: Re-Creating Identity" and co-edited the "Wiley Handbook of Art Therapy".