The American Art Therapy Association connects you to the important work of art therapists around the world who use the creative process to help people of all ages improve their health and emotional well-being. The Association represents more than 5,000 members around the world and in 36 Chapters.
The Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling Program at Ursuline (Pepper Pike, Ohio) enables students to combine those interests in a unique professional program, and prepares graduates to be eligible for both credentialing as art therapists and licensure as professional clinical counselors.
Established in 1986, our MA in Art Therapy Counseling has been approved by the American Art Therapy Association since 1991. Truly, the art therapy counseling program at Marylhurst University is the only program of its kind in Oregon.
Art Therapy Brings Hope To People in Crisis: By Mallori Willis-Rauch, Art Therapy graduate student at Florida State University working on a Master’s degree: Art therapy can allow people to express themselves in addition to or without words and can help overcome the stigma of mental illness.