How Art Teachers Can Enhance Artmaking as a Therapeutic Experience: Art Therapy and Art Education
Dunn-Snow, Peggy, D'Amelio, Georgette, Art Education
The national organization of the American Art Therapy Association in 1994 celebrated 25 years as an organization at its annual conference. Today, training in the field is, in most cases, comparable to other mental health counseling professions such as clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health counseling. Like other counseling professions, art therapy is a master's level entry profession in which training and national board certification as an art therapist requires supervision both before and after graduation. Similar to other therapists, art therapists are also required to qualify for licensing or certification in some states where they practice.
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Publication information: Article title: How Art Teachers Can Enhance Artmaking as a Therapeutic Experience: Art Therapy and Art Education. Contributors: Dunn-Snow, Peggy - Author, D'Amelio, Georgette - Author. Magazine title: Art Education. Volume: 53. Issue: 3 Publication date: May 2000. Page number: 46+. © National Art Education Association Mar 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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