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Art Therapy/Therapist

Art Therapy/Therapist
Leading Art Therapy/Therapist Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
Lesley University   (29 Bachelors degrees)
Lesley University   (29 Masters degrees)
Pratt Institute-Main   (27 Masters degrees)
George Washington University   (26 Masters degrees)
Mount Mary College   (26 Masters degrees)
Long Island University-C W Post Campus   (25 Masters degrees)
Ursuline College   (25 Masters degrees)
Adler School of Professional Psychology   (24 Masters degrees)
Nazareth College   (18 Masters degrees)
Seton Hill University   (18 Masters degrees)
School of Visual Arts   (18 Masters degrees)
Hofstra University   (17 Masters degrees)
The College of New Rochelle   (17 Masters degrees)
School of the Art Institute of Chicago   (16 Masters degrees)
Southwestern College   (16 Masters degrees)
Eastern Virginia Medical School   (16 Masters degrees)
Marylhurst University   (14 Masters degrees)
Florida State University   (14 Masters degrees)
Albertus Magnus College   (14 Masters degrees)
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College   (13 Masters degrees)
Marywood University   (12 Bachelors degrees)
Mercyhurst University   (12 Bachelors degrees)
Edgewood College   (12 Bachelors degrees)
Marywood University   (10 Masters degrees)
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville   (10 Masters degrees)
Springfield College   (10 Bachelors degrees)
Springfield College   (10 Masters degrees)
Long Island University-C W Post Campus   (9 Bachelors degrees)
Capital University   (9 Bachelors degrees)
Grand View University   (8 Award < 1Yr degrees)
Art Therapy/Therapist Description

A program that prepares individuals, in consultation with other rehabilitation team members or in private practice, to use drawing and other art media forms to assess, treat, and rehabilitate individuals with mental, emotional, developmental, or physical disorders. Includes instruction in art, history and theory of art therapy, art therapeutic techniques, psychopathology, patient assessment and diagnosis, cultural diversity issues, legal and ethical practice issues, and professional standards and regulations.

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