Psychotherapists across the world often employ art therapy strategies as part of a broader approach to help patients deal with painful, sometimes buried, emotions in a safe, supportive environment.
If previous graduate work has been completed, GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale is required.
Interns have a variety of placements including inpatient psychiatry facilities, schools, correctional facilities and day treatment facilities.
Our broad range of curriculum and cross-discipline collaborations within a liberal arts environment provide students with a global education and the desire for excellence as students, professionals and life-long learners Mission Statement The mission of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy Program is to provide coursework and clinical experience to develop art therapy clinicians who are culturally sensitive, ethical contributors, and involved in diverse communities.
What is not common, however, is the development and provision of art therapy programs by funeral homes and other businesses that, while outside the healing professions, come in contact with people in need every day.
Most of us are not comfortable discussing loss nor are we typically encouraged to do so.