ART THERAPY IN ACTION
Exploring the unique power of art therapy to help people improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills, reduce resolve conflicts and distress, and advance societal and ecological change.
WITH BRUCE MOON AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Dr. Bruce Moon, ATR-BC, HLM and Priscilla Frank from the Huffington Post examine how art therapy can help adolescents address themes of expression and identity.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
WITH DONNA BETTS AND JORDAN POTASH
Donna Betts, PhD, ATR-BC joins fellow art therapist Dr. Jordan Potash to discuss how art therapy can act as a transitional tool, social support, and a means of expression for people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL SETTINGS
WITH TRACY COUNCILL AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Priscilla Frank from the Huffington Post interviews Tracy Councill, MA, ATR-BC about her art therapy work with pediatric cancer patients and their families through the non-profit organization, Tracy’s Kids.
CULTURE AND COMMUNITY
WITH LYNN KAPITAN AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Lynn Kapitan, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM speaks about cross-cultural projects and strengthening group relationships through her art therapy work with communities in Nicaragua.
WITH MICHELLE DEAN AND JULIET KING
Michelle L. Dean, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, CGP speaks with art therapist Juliet King about the transformative potential of art therapy for those with eating disorders, and the role of the therapist in supporting their recovery.
THE LGBTQIA COMMUNITY
WITH DANIEL BLAUSEY, RAQUEL FARRELL-KIRK, AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Daniel Blausey, ATR-BC, LCAT sits down with art therapist Raquel Farrell-Kirk, ATR-BC and Priscilla Frank from the Huffington Post to answer questions about how engaging with art therapy can help people explore gender identity, sexual orientation, and personal expression.
WITH IRENE ROSNER DAVID AND DAVID GUSSAK
Irene Rosner David, PhD, ATR-BC, LCAT, HLM discusses the evolution of art therapy in medicine and working with people in hospital settings.
WITH ANGEL DUNCAN AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Priscilla Frank from the Huffington Post sits down with Cognitive Dynamics’ Angel Duncan, MA-MFT, ATR to discuss how art therapy can bring familial and personal connections back into the lives of those in memory care.
MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS & VETERANS
WITH MELISSA WALKER AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Melissa Walker, MA, ATR discusses how the art therapy program at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) helps service members communicate about their experiences and navigate the transition between deployment and life at home.
WITH JULIET KING AND DAVID GUSSAK
Art therapist Juliet King, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, LMHC joins David Gussak, PhD, ATR-BC for a discussion on the intersection of art therapy and neuroscience.
PRISONS & OTHER CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS
WITH DAVE GUSSAK AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Art therapist David Gussak, PhD, ATR-BC talks about his work in prisons, where art making can become a means of self-expression and self-regulation, providing a unique opportunity to channel emotions and develop identity..
WITH SARAH DEAVER AND RAQUEL FARRELL-KIRK
Sarah Deaver, PhD, ATR-BC speaks with art therapist Raquel Farrell-Kirk, ATR-BC to highlight the importance of research in art therapy and outline recent findings for art therapy with military veterans who have experienced trauma.
WITH CATHERINE HYLAND MOON AND JORDAN POTASH
Art therapist Catherine Hyland Moon, MA, ATR-BC, examines art therapy through the lenses of social justice, inclusivity, and understanding of human and group interaction.
THEN AND NOW
WITH JUDY RUBIN AND PRISCILLA FRANK
Judy Rubin, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM shares her experiences as a pioneer of art therapy and discusses changes in the profession over time.
WITH CHERYL DOBY-COPELAND, GRETCHEN MILLER & JULIET KING
Cheryl Doby-Copeland, PhD, ATR-BC, LPC, LMFT and Gretchen Miller, ATR-BC, ACTP discuss how art therapy can help individuals or families who have experienced trauma express what they’ve been through safely, and tell their stories without needing to talk.