The conference is organized into nine main subject tracks to help participants find areas of interest. During the proposal submission process, each proposal submitter selected one category to best describe their session. AATA uses these categories for the final Program Guide. 

Education & Supervision (ES) Track

Sessions that present information on updates in art therapy training and education and the latest teaching methods. Or focus on supervision techniques, and educational developments.


TrackCourse #TitlePresenter(s)TypeDateTime
Education & SupervisionES80Supervision Models Deconstructed: What Does a Clinical Supervisor Really Need to Know?Janet Kempf, Mary Roberts, Eileen DouglasPanel10/710:50 am
Education & SupervisionES119Culturally Inclusive Forms of Creative Supervision in Art TherapyJulie MorenoPaper10/72:00 pm
Education & SupervisionES210Bridging Into the Future of the Profession: Art Therapy Bridge ProgramsMolly O’Neill Haaga, Jennifer Schwartz, Katherine Jackson, Michelle Pate, Rebecca D. MillerPanel10/810:50 am
Education & SupervisionES187Developing professional standards and core competencies for Masters-level creative arts therapy graduates.Henry BowenPaper10/811:00 am
Education & SupervisionES70The Better Side of Bitter: Trusting Art in Graduate SupervisionDanielle Moss, Morgan May, Amanda MacMurtriePerformance10/812:00 pm
Education & SupervisionES41Building Bridges: Post-Graduate Art Therapy Education in India Through International CollaborationSangeeta Prasad, Susan Anand, Penelope Orr, Smita Deshpande, Manissha KhannaPanel10/910:50 am
Education & SupervisionES185Bridging the Gap: Assessing Undergraduate Art Therapy Education for Graduate SuccessDelaine Due, Seung Yeon Lee, Annie McFarlandPaper10/911:00 am
Education & SupervisionES176Art Therapy and Telehealth: Conceptualizing Bridges in Art Therapy Education and PracticeGaelynn Wolf Bordonaro, Dr. Baxter Garcia, Lyudmyla SavinkovaPanel10/92:15 pm