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We are both in the early stages of our careers as art therapists. We want to strengthen our connection with our art therapy colleagues, so we started a podcast. In this podcast, we interview a variety of art therapists to build community, share knowledge and join in the efforts to bring art therapy into the digital age. We are thrilled to bring you this content and can't wait for your thoughts and feedback.

WHAT IS ART THERAPY? Visit the American Art Therapy Association first to learn more at https://arttherapy.org/about-art-therapy/.

Janet & Lindsay

Art Therapy Decoded Janet Cody, Lindsay Winslow

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We are both in the early stages of our careers as art therapists. We want to strengthen our connection with our art therapy colleagues, so we started a podcast. In this podcast, we interview a variety of art therapists to build community, share knowledge and join in the efforts to bring art therapy into the digital age. We are thrilled to bring you this content and can't wait for your thoughts and feedback.

WHAT IS ART THERAPY? Visit the American Art Therapy Association first to learn more at https://arttherapy.org/about-art-therapy/.

Janet & Lindsay

    1.4 Let's Tell Folks What We Do with Dr. Melissa Satterberg

    1.4 Let's Tell Folks What We Do with Dr. Melissa Satterberg

    Dr. Melissa Satterberg, PhD, LMFT, ATR-BC was part of the first cohort of Notre Dame de Namur University's PhD Art Therapy program. Dr. Satterberg noticed a large gap in her art therapy training around issues impacting the LGBTQ+ community. In this interview, she shares about the Kaleidoscope art therapy curriculum that she developed in response to this gap. She also reflects on her work as a supervisor, educator and art therapist and she shares her views on "telling folks what we do" as art therapists as we are often, the only art therapists within a team of other clinicians. We also got to pick her brain on how she keeps art therapy alive and present in community.

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    1.3 Taking Up Space with Dr. Gwen Sanders

    1.3 Taking Up Space with Dr. Gwen Sanders

    Dr. Gwen Sanders currently works as a professor at Notre Dame de Namur University Art Therapy Department and works in private practice in the Bay Area. In this interview, she shares about her experience using art therapy in a variety of environments and her lessons on “taking up space” as an art therapist.

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    1.2 Expanding the Art Therapist's Toolbox with Dr. Erin Partridge

    1.2 Expanding the Art Therapist's Toolbox with Dr. Erin Partridge

    Dr. Erin Partridge speaks with Lindsay and Janet about what she has learned from her clients about artmaking, and how her personal art process informs her work as an art therapist.  She also speaks to the power of technology to enhance the art therapy process by making art more accessible to different populations and make it possible for clients to "step into" the art through tools like virtual reality and exciting apps that she is introducing into her work.  Dr. Partridge has a PhD in art therapy and is a board certified, registered art therapist.  She has a range of clinical experience, including in community, pediatric, forensic, and geriatric settings.  She has an art therapy studio as well, where she offers workshops and classes in the company of her pet parrots.
    Follow Dr. Erin Partridge on Instagram: @2littlewings and @createartatwork
    References:
    HP SproutMorfo app (which is sadly no longer available). Infinite CanvasLearn more about Dr. Partridge's dissertation in her blog post on the Elder Care Alliance website.She mentions her upcoming book about "job crafting" - here is a glimpse into her work with job crafting in this piece that she wrote for Medium.Learn more about Graphic Medicine here - and you can check out some reviews that Dr. Partridge has written for the site.

    • 58 Min.
    1.1 We Have to Create, It's Part of Our Biology with Dr. Amy Backos

    1.1 We Have to Create, It's Part of Our Biology with Dr. Amy Backos

    A small peek into the wisdom of Dr. Amy Backos, PhD, ATR-BC, ranging from her observations of the evolution of the field of art therapy to how she has crafted her job to best suit her to the ethical responsibility of self care for the art therapist to Dr. Backos' advice for art therapists in the early stages of their careers. Just say yes to this episode to learn more!!!
    Follow Dr. Backos on Instagram: @dramybackos to learn more about her and her latest projects, including updates on her in-progress book about PTSD and Art Therapy that will be published in 2020. While you're waiting for that book to be published, check out this book that she co-edited with her colleague Dr. Richard Carolan: Emerging Perspectives in Art Therapy
    Notre Dame De Namur UniversityJournal of the American Art Therapy AssociationCleveland Rape Crisis CenterLinda Chapman, MA ATR-BC: Art Therapy Institute of the RedwoodsPat Allen, PhD, ATR: Open Studios Project Kent State University, Kent, OhioUrsuline College, Pepper Pike, OhioSister Kathleen Burke, OSU, PhD, ATR-BC, LPCMary Bridget & Susan Radburn, Rape Crisis CenterAmy Cogent: Head versus Heart?Dr. Louvenia Jackson, PhD, MFT, ATR-BC: Cultural Humility in Art Therapy Dr. Savneet Talwar, PhD, ATR-BC Art Therapy and Social JusticeDr. Erin Partridge, PhD, ATR-BC: Art Therapy with Older AdultsRuth King, Mindful Of RaceSarah Kremer, PhD, LPCCM ATR-BCGretchen Miller: The Art Therapist's Guide to Social MediaCaroline Myss: Archetype Cards

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