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  • Contains 8 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Art Therapy: ¿Cómo se dice? will focus on how art therapists can better work with Latinx individuals and translating art therapy terminology into Spanish.

    Join us as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!

    The American Art Therapy Association (AATA) invites you to attend a bilingual virtual session to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Art Therapy: ¿Cómo se dice? will focus on how art therapists can better work with Latinx individuals and translating art therapy terminology into Spanish. This CEU eligible session will be presented by Michael Galarraga, LPC, ATR-BC, CSAC, CSOTP, and moderated by Prof. Nadia Paredes, MA, LMFT, ATR. Join us on Thursday, October 13 at 7 PM ET.

    Michael Galarraga

    Michael Galarraga, MS, LPC, ATR-BC, CSAC, CSOTP (he/him) is a practicing art therapist and an AATA Board Member. He has previously served on both Virginia and Georgia Art Therapy chapters to promote community engagement projects supporting advocacy for the profession of art therapy. Michael’s work has more recently been centered on advocating for People of Color in the LGBTQIA+ community and Spanish speaking/Latinx individuals in need of therapeutic services. He is the proud owner of Intersection Therapy, LLC, a private practice in Philadelphia, PA and an adjunct professor at Thomas Jefferson University.

    ​Nadia Fernanda Paredes Guapo

    Nadia Fernanda Paredes Guapo, MA, LMFT, ATR is an art therapist with more than 15 years of experience working in the mental health field and is the current president elect of the AATA. She earned her degree in Psychology from the University Iberoamericana in Mexico City and earned her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialty in Art Therapy at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. She has a license as a bilingual art therapist and marriage and family psychotherapist in the United States in the state of California. She is certified as a facilitator of Intuition Painting® and as a Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. She has experience giving bicultural services to older immigrants, pregnant adolescents, and as a consultant in the area of preparation for natural disasters. At this moment she has a business focused on creative wellbeing and is a professor of continuing education at the Anáhuac University in Mexico City, teaching the use of diverse art techniques and materials as a form of introspection and mental health prevention.

  • 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

    We will discuss the effect of the internalized monstrous self-appraisals amongst those who have sexually offended through examples of artwork completed in an art therapy session and how art therapy can help address this hazardous identity. We will underscore sustaining a diverse mentoring relationship to address these sensitive issues.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Bani Malhotra, MA, ATR-BC and Dave Gussak, PhD, ATR-BC
    We will discuss the effect of the internalized monstrous self-appraisals amongst those who have sexually offended
    through examples of artwork completed in an art therapy
    session and how art therapy can help address this
    hazardous identity. We will underscore sustaining a diverse
    mentoring relationship to address these sensitive issues.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The artist/art therapist identity topic is unique to the field of art therapy. Navigating the mediation of an art therapist identity and artist identity, when the artwork is polemical, can be a challenge. Ethical considerations are explored and the impact of social media on this topic are also presented.

    ATCB, NY LCAT

    Michelle Itczak, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LMHC, Kennedy Conner, MFA and Alicia Dawn Criswell, MA, ATR-BC, LMHC
    The artist/art therapist identity topic is unique to the field
    of art therapy. Navigating the mediation of an art therapist
    identity and artist identity, when the artwork is polemical,
    can be a challenge. Ethical considerations are explored and
    the impact of social media on this topic are also presented.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The Success Center within the Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) is a restorative, therapeutic academic program offering creative arts therapies to students. Healthy relationships repair harm and build student success. This presentation presents art-based research that addresses creating a culture of care amongst students, staff, and community.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Emily Nolan, PhD, BC, LPC, Drew DeLutio, and Erica Browne
    The Success Center within the Milwaukee Public Schools
    (MPS) is a restorative, therapeutic academic program
    offering creative arts therapies to students. Healthy
    relationships repair harm and build student success.
    This presentation presents art-based research that
    addresses creating a culture of care amongst students,
    staff, and community.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This presentation will provide an overview of moral injury and how it impacts veterans and military service members. Two art therapists who work with this population will discuss their experiences working with clients who have experienced moral injury. Several case examples will be reviewed.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Rachel Mims, MS, ATR-BC, LPC-AT and Peter Buotte, MA, ATR-BC
    This presentation will provide an overview of moral injury
    and how it impacts veterans and military service
    members. Two art therapists who work with this
    population will discuss their experiences working with
    clients who have experienced moral injury. Several case
    examples will be reviewed. 

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Career exploration and decision-making play substantial roles in adolescents and adults’ life design efforts. An excellent tool for exploring their career influences, interests, and goals is the career focused genogram. Creative methods for implementing career genogram variations will be presented and explored. Narrative approaches to career-life design will be emphasized.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT

    Barbara Parker-Bell, PsyD, ATR-BC

    Career exploration and decision-making play substantial roles
    in adolescents and adults’ life design efforts. An excellent
    tool for exploring their career influences, interests, and
    goals is the career focused genogram. Creative methods for
    implementing career genogram variations will be presented
    and explored. Narrative approaches to career-life design will
    be emphasized.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Art therapists set out to determine MBAT’s role in addressing the mental health crisis on college campuses. Learn how they teased apart the nuanced benefits of technology-MBAT as compared to the intrinsic therapeutic properties of clay through salivary cortisol analysis in addition to anxiety and perceived stress measures.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Theresa Van Lith, PhD, MS, Megan Beerse, MS, 200-RYT
    Art therapists set out to determine MBAT’s role in
    addressing the mental health crisis on college campuses.
    Learn how they teased apart the nuanced benefits of
    technology-MBAT as compared to the intrinsic
    therapeutic properties of clay through salivary cortisol
    analysis in addition to anxiety and perceived stress
    measures. 

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Enhancing the experience of graduate art therapy students, Mentorship offers mentees an opportunity to develop professional identity, participate in community networking, and form professional relationships contributing to overall growth and development. Mentor and Mentee partnerships extend beyond the classroom and include socialization, accountability, creativity, and opportunities for self-care.

    ATCB, NY LCAT
    Melissa Hladek, MA, LPCC, ATR-BC, PMH-C, Nema SaleemGreen, MA, LPCC-S, ATR-BC and Angy Hanon
    Enhancing the experience of graduate art therapy
    students, Mentorship offers mentees an opportunity to
    develop professional identity, participate in community
    networking, and form professional relationships
    contributing to overall growth and development. Mentor
    and Mentee partnerships extend beyond the classroom
    and include socialization, accountability, creativity, and
    opportunities for self-care.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The protocols have demonstrated significant decreases in the impact of trauma, in negative affect and in pain rating and increases in endorsed resiliency resources which were maintained at follow-up, in person, online and during the pandemic. Empirical and case studies art will illustrate the 10 years of research.

    ATCB, NBCC, NY LCAT
    Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD, ATR-BC, Rebecca Bokoch, PsyD, LMFT, Katherine Goodman and Julia McAnuff
    The protocols have demonstrated significant decreases
    in the impact of trauma, in negative affect and in pain
    rating and increases in endorsed resiliency resources
    which were maintained at follow-up, in person, online
    and during the pandemic. Empirical and case studies art
    will illustrate the 10 years of research.