Research Participants Needed!
Are you an art therapist who has experience working with victims of disaster?
Volunteers needed for a dissertation research study about art therapy with victims of disaster. You must be an art therapist with at least two separate experiences leading art therapy sessions with victims of disaster.
Participants selected for the study will be asked to complete a three-interview series, scheduled at your convenience, with each interview lasting up to 90 minutes each. The maximum total time commitment is 4.5 hours.
In appreciation for your time, participants will be given a $40.00 Amazon gift card.
This is a dissertation research study conducted by an art therapy doctoral candidate at Florida State University and was approved by the FSU Human Subjects Committee on 6/18/2014 (HSC# 2014.12262).
*Interested participants may contact Amanda Sanders, MS/EdS (email@example.com).
Susan Anderson and The ArtReach Foundation invite you to consider opportunities for certified Art therapists (ATR/ATR-BC) to travel on a team of other expressive arts therapists to work with teachers and children in countries that have experienced severe natural disasters or military violence. Please check the ArtReach website for the next opportunity to be on a team with other public health professionals to organize and provide expressive arts programs for children who have been emotionally traumatized. The ArtReach Foundation will pay for all expenses excluding spending money.
"My dear colleagues this is a spiritually uplifting adventure that is sure to make you once again glad to be an art therapist. This program demonstrates the ineffable power of our profession, and especially its effects on the world. YES. I do mean that it affects the world. One of the school districts in Bosnia has incorporated parts of the program into its curriculum. Do email so we can talk. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity."
Submit all questions and interest to Karen McCarty, MS, ATR-BC, DAPA
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American Art Therapy Association
Follow this link to go to their education page which lists all accredited schools.
If you are working on getting your Registration as an Art Therapist (ATR), the following people offer supervision services. Some art therapists offer other forms of supervision as well, such as for those working on becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). You can contact them by e-mail by clicking directly on their name to discuss the nature of their services and fees.
**If you apply or are aware that any of these positions have been filled or contain inaccurate information, please contact Julie Day.