Art Therapy Organizations in the Best of the Web Directory

Art Therapy Organizations

American Art Therapy Association

Aims to promote high quality art therapy services, raise public awareness of art therapy, facilitate communication among members and colleagues, support efforts to enable favorable legislation, and recognize excellence in the field.

Art Therapy Alliance

Presents news, groups, e-zine, videos, links, and resources related to art therapy. http://www.facebook.com/arttherapyalliance arttxalliance http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/87161/51908F4DB267

Art Therapy Without Borders, Inc.

Nonprofit organization established for charitable, educational, and networking purposes. Aims to develop, support, and advance art therapy initiatives and the work of art therapists. http://www.facebook.com/arttherapywithoutborders http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3118613&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr

British Association of Art Therapists

Information on short courses and training for art therapists, prospective art therapists, and the general public.

Buckeye Art Therapy Association (BATA)

Overview of the association with an introduction to art therapy, association brochure, news and legislative updates, contacts, and a therapist referral directory.

Canadian Art Therapy Association (CATA)

Official CATA website presents an overview of the association, therapist locator, blog, articles, and a list of approved art therapy training programs.

Evergreen Art Therapy Association (EATA)

Affiliate group of the American Art Therapy Association (EATA). Site presents information about art therapy, newsletters, and information on meeting and upcoming events.

Louisiana Art Therapy Association (LATA)

Group of art therapists seeking to promote the awareness and use of art as a way of healing and life enhancement.

NYATA

New York Art Therapy Association - dedicated to promoting the art therapy profession in New York.

Potomac Art Therapy Association (PATA)

Organization working to enhance collaboration, communication, and professional development among art therapy practitioners.

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