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March 4-5, 2017

Using Clients’ Personal Snapshot & Family Photos to Improve Therapy or Counseling Sessions:
2-Day Introduction to PhotoTherapy Techniques
Vancouver, Canada

Taught by Canadian Psychologist and Art Therapist Judy Weiser (considered a world authority on PhotoTherapy techniques), is an opportunity to learn how therapy clients’ own personal snapshots, family photographs and pictures taken by others – and the feelings, memories and thoughts these evoke – can be used to deepen and enhance therapeutic communication in ways not possible using words (or inner self-reflection) alone.

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 April 8-9, 2017

 21st Great Century Conversation­s in Neuroscience, Art,
and Related Therapeutics 

 Keynote Speakers:
Anjan Chatterjee, MD – Neuroaesthetics
Arne Dietrich, PhD, Creativity & Consciousness
Klaus Gramann, PhD – Mobile | Brain-Body | Imaging

Indiana University: Hine Hall Auditorium, 875 W North St., Indianapolis, IN 46202. Registration details forthcoming.




May 18-20, 2017

The Seventh Triennial Florence Symposium on Psychoanalysis and the Arts  May 18-20, 2017 | Florence, Italy

Psychologists, art scholars, art therapists and artists gather in Florence, to share their ideas and to enjoy private tours and convivial gatherings. The meeting will be held in Brunelleschi’s masterpiece, Ospedale degli Innocenti and thus the Symposium continues the heritage of Renaissance Florence, exploring what it means to be human by exploring the reach of the arts.

For information on the program, speakers’ biographies and abstracts, venues for meetings and special events, and discounted accommodations, visit





November 8-12, 2017


American Art Therapy Association’s 48th Annual Conference – Art Therapy: Traversing Landscapes of the Heart & Mind | Albuquerque, NM

The American Art Therapy Association will host the 48th Annual Conference in Albuquerque, NM, as we return to the fall dates of November 8-12, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency, located in Downtown Albuquerque. The theme of the 48th Annual Conference, Art Therapy: Traversing Landscapes of Heart & Mind, reflects how the use of art therapy brings together an all-inclusive approach to wellness, providing a rich platform to inspire our presenters as they bring their knowledge to light. Albuquerque is a welcoming Southwest destination with stunning landscape, 310 days of sunshine, gorgeous sunsets and blue skies. Albuquerque is an arts and culture destination, ranked #7 in the large cities category by AmericanStyle magazine, 2012. Our conference hotel is adjacent to the renovated Convention Center where our conference sessions will be held.

Visit our website for more information.