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Highlights from the Inaugural International Art Therapy Practice/Research Conference Held in London

Highlights from the Inaugural International Art Therapy Practice/Research Conference Held in London

July 25, 2019 | International | Research | #WeAreArtTherapists

“I am proud and excited to have been part of this inaugural research and practice conference held in collaboration with the British Association of Art Therapists.  I very much enjoyed the opportunity to meet and speak with art therapists from such diverse backgrounds, and I was completely impressed by depth and breadth of the research and practice occurring throughout the world.  The future of art therapy is indeed bright!” – AATA President Christianne Strang, PhD, ATR-BC

U.S. Embassy in Japan Awards Grant to Pilot Art Therapy Program

U.S. Embassy in Japan Awards Grant to Pilot Art Therapy Program

November 15, 2018 | International

In Tokyo on Tuesday, November 13, Second Lady Karen Pence announced a $55,000 grant from the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo to support a pilot art therapy program at the University of Tsukuba.  Congratulations to International AATA Member Cheryl Okubo, ATR-BC, recipient of this prestigious grant!

Youth Art Exhibition at the United Nations: Images of Identity, Home, and Cultural Exchange

Youth Art Exhibition at the United Nations: Images of Identity, Home, and Cultural Exchange

By Clara Keane | June 29, 2017 | Children | Events | International

The AATA warmly congratulates Eileen P. McGann, ATR-BC, LCAT, Director and founder of the Arts and Creative Therapies program at MercyFirst, one of New York’s leading non-profit human service agencies, for her work coordinating a recent youth art exhibition, “Hope Holds No Borders: Children’s Art of Compassion and Inclusion” at the United Nations.

Art Therapy-Museum Collaborations in Colombia

Art Therapy-Museum Collaborations in Colombia

By Andrée Salom | February 24, 2016 | Events | International

Across American museums, art therapy programs have been developed for individuals with disabilities, addictions, physical and psychological challenges, as well as for populations receiving disaster relief, and recovering from trauma (Peacock, 2012).