Art Therapy in the Best of the Web Directory

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  • American Art Therapy

    Features art therapy facts as well as resources for art therapy research and therapists.

  • Ami Elizabeth Hartley

    Offers psychotherapy services through hypnosis and art therapy.


    Official website of the Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association. Presents news, information on members and events, contact details, and photos.

  • Art As A Healing Force Web

    Site presents an exploration in the field of art and healing. Presents list of artists and hospitals.

  • Art Therapy

    Official journal of the American Art Therapy Association. Seeks to advance the understanding of the functions of visual art in treatment, education, development, and enrichment.

  • Art Therapy Institute of the Redwoods

    Provides continuing education workshops, supervision, and consultations for those involved in the practice of art therapy.

  • Arts in Therapy Network

    Nonprofit organization serves as network for information exchange to creative arts therapists.

  • Boston Institute for Arts Therapy

    Resource for services exploring the healing power of creative arts therapy.

  • The Center for the Creative Arts

    Serves as a center for creative and innovative projects that stimulate imagination and critical thinking to reduce anxieties and emotional conflicts, improve social skills, and foster self awareness and self esteem.

  • Creative Arts Therapies Research Center (CATRC)

    University of Haifa center for research on various forms of creative arts therapy. Features facilities for supporting clinical research and the collection and analysis of observational and physiological data.

  • Creative Energy Collective Efforts

    Provides an overview of the conference and information on accommodations, events, registration, and exhibitors and sponsors. arttherapynet

  • Del Giacco Creative Arts Therapies

    Makes use of creative arts to help people deal with emotional problems, fear, anxiety, and cognitive or developmental disorders.

  • Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS)

    Three-picture art interview known as the first art therapy assessment for adults to be systematically correlated with the nomenculature of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

  • Journal of Clinical Art Therapy

    Publication dedicated to the scholarly and clinical exploration of art psychotherapy. Presents theoretical and research-based presentations of clinical applications.

  • Kutenai Art Therapy Institute (KATIA)

    Provider of art therapy services for children, youth, and adults. Also provides an accredited two-year post-baccalaureate art therapy diploma program.

  • Los Angeles Institute for Art Therapy

    Access to information on art psychotherapy and neuroscience.

  • New England Art Therapy Association

    Organization established to advance and provide support to art therapists in New England.

  • Sara's Center

    Specializes in creative arts therapy for addressing various mental health needs.

  • School Art Therapy

    Presents an introduction to art therapy and information about the roles of school art therapists.

  • Vancouver Art Therapy

    Contains information about the art therapy process, and workshops provided.

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