The AATA 2021 Annual conference was carefully prepared to engage with the intimate potential of face-to-face encounters that most of us had been unable to experience and enjoy for the past 2 years, during the pandemic.
Early in 2022, Auckland-based artists and art therapists Susie Gay, Deborah Tait and Dianna Brinsden took hold of a Michaelic initiative to introduce Rudolf Steiner’s Nature Sketches into the wider community.
Anthroposophic art therapy has been around for nearly a century. What are our roots? What defines us? What has changed? What remains?
In late 2021 the Press & Journal in Aberdeen interviewed Donald Phillips for the Health and Wellbeing section of their online Lifestyle magazine. This article highlights aspects of his speech coaching work.
This studio space has existed for many years at Hoathly Hill. It is a place where anyone is welcome who wants to try get their hands, heart and head active.
This post could be your post. We welcome projects, initiatives or research from therapists around the world to promote the diverse applications of the Therapeutic Arts.