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Join us for Pen, Crystal Bracelet and Furniture: Exploring the Complexities of Belonging and Well-Being

Join us for Pen, Crystal Bracelet and Furniture: Exploring the Complexities of Belonging and Well-Being

As we kick off Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, join us for this special Continuing Education virtual event on Tuesday, April 30, 7 – 9pm ET. Pen, Crystal Bracelet and Furniture: Exploring the Complexities of Belonging and Well-being, a session hosted by Tsz Yan Winnie Wong, MAATC, ATR-BC, LPC, invites art therapists to engage with the historical, cultural, social, and political contexts that shape the lived experiences of both our clients and ourselves.

Featured Member: Tsz Yan Winnie Wong

Featured Member: Tsz Yan Winnie Wong

“By anchoring my clinical practice in the relational-cultural framework, I emphasize the crucial role of connections and relationships within the sociocultural contexts of individual’s lived experiences. My involvement in trauma research and practice, particularly with communities of emigrated Hong Kongers and survivors of sexual violence in Chicago, has enriched my understanding of “healing” as a process of reintegration and reconnection.”
— Tsz Yan Winnie Wong, MAATC, ATR-BC, LPC

The O*NET Database Needs Updating. Here’s How You Can Help.

The O*NET Database Needs Updating. Here’s How You Can Help.

March 18, 2024  The Department of Labor’s Occupational Network (O*NET) Program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the program is the O*NET database, which classifies and defines hundreds of jobs. The ways in which professions...

Featured Member: Tuesdai Johnson

Featured Member: Tuesdai Johnson

“Being an art therapist is such an exciting and rewarding profession. The profession of art therapy works as we all know, but the impact it has on the BIPOC, and unserved communities is what keeps me interested in doing the work.”
— Tuesdai Johnson, MS, ATR

Consider Becoming an ACATE Council Member! 

Consider Becoming an ACATE Council Member! 

The Accreditation Council for Art Therapy Education (ACATE) is currently seeking applications and nominations for two Educator and one Practitioner positions that will become open on July 1, 2024.

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