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The International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) provides these resources as a courtesy for those interested in exploring the expressive arts. IEATA assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information. IEATA is not connected with any listed organization and does not endorse any educational institution as an official expressive arts training program. Individuals seeking a career in the expressive arts are encouraged to seek appropriate counseling from the institution of their choice. IEATA and its representatives are not able to provide recommendations for any of these programs.
PROGRAMS IN CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES
These programs may be defined by education in a variety of single modalities, such as art therapy
or music, but are not necessarily muti-modal or expressive arts.
Master’s Degrees in Creative Arts Therapy
Bachelor Degree Programs
School of Visual and Performing Arts
BFA with a Concentration in Creative Arts Therapy (accredited by NEASC)
Mark Towner, Dean, Professor of Fine Art, 978-232-2250, 978-232-2231 fax
RUSSELL SAGE COLLEGE
BA in Creative Arts in Therapy with Concentrations in Dance, Music, Theater, Visual Art
Leigh Davies, ATR-BC, LCAT, LMFT, Coordinator, 518-244-2000, 888-VERY-SAGE
MA in Somatic Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Dance/Movement Therapy
Ryan Kennedy, MA, LPC, LMFT, BC-DMT, CLMA Department Chair
MA in Transpersonal Psychology with a concentration in Art Therapy
Michael Franklin, PhD, ATR-BC, AT Coordinator, 303-546-3545
MPS in Art Therapy and Creativity Development
MS in Dance/Movement Therapy (Approved by AATA and ADTA)
Jean Davis, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT Chairperson
Spring/Summer Intensive Distance Learning option
Josie Abbenanate, MA, ATR-BC, LPAT, Spring/Summer Intensive Coordinator, 718-636-3600
The information is provided by the respective institute who takes sole responsibility for one's views and accuracy.
About Expressive Arts
The expressive arts combine the visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other creative processes to foster deep personal growth and community development. IEATA encourages an evolving multimodal approach within psychology, organizational development, community arts and education. By integrating the arts processes and allowing one to flow into another, we gain access to our inner resources for healing, clarity, illumination and creativity.
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