The 2024 Call for Proposals is now open! Here are some tips from the Conference Committee to help jumpstart your proposal submission.
AATA2023 attendees will have the opportunity to visit Fallen Star at the Stuart Collection at UCSD the evening of Friday, Oct. 27, 7 – 9 pm, as part of the Night on the Town event.
Got questions about coming to AATA2023? Here are some questions from AATA members and the answers.
Our volunteer Board Members not only play a pivotal role in planning the annual conference, but they love attending! So we asked them what makes AATA conferences so special. We’re sharing some of their answers with you.
The Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) awarded initial accreditation to the Art Therapy master’s programs at the Dominican University of California in San Rafael, California, and Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
Shared Interest Groups, or SIGs, were created to help art therapists find community at conference – and year-round through the MyAATA Member Community. SIGs are led by AATA members to create connection and a space for art therapists to support each other. Please join a SIG according to your interests and based on how you personally identify. Register for AATA2023.
AATA2023 Conference Sessions: Theory & Assessment (TA).
Sessions that present studies in art therapy assessments, current research, and theoretical models which should be presented by experienced researchers.
AATA2023 Conference Sessions: Studio & Community (SC).
Sessions that present art studio-based approach, and how artist-centered art therapy practice and community outreach programs are designed to improve our collective well-being.
AATA2023 Conference Sessions: Research/Evaluation.
Sessions that present theory and practice of clinical evaluation, the use of standardized assessments, systematic case studies, outcome studies, and all forms of inquiry, using or exploring various research methodologies.