Cross-contamination, Part II

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Uh-oh.  Given the operating premise of Cross-contamination, Part I—that it’s best practice to prevent your clients from seeing each...

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Cross-contamination, Part I

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Should your clients see images created by other clients?  Many therapists post these, typically at a client’s request, in their...

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Preventing Problems Related to...

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The therapy session is nearly over, and you and your client have wrapped up all agenda items for the day.  But there’s a residual...

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Calling Yourself an Art Therap...

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Many Texas clinicians are baffled when it comes to the credentialing of art therapists.  No wonder—the state law that defines who can...

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Finding Someone Who Can Talk t...

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I am often contacted by clinicians, professional organizations, students, and graduate/undergraduate programs interested in learning...

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The Vegetable Platter and the ...

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The use of artmaking and images in therapy yield professional practice issues that rarely come up in verbal therapy.  Some of you are...

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Know What You’re Doing & ...

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First and foremost, understand that using art in therapy is different from practicing art therapy.  Many otherwise capable clinicians...

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Members Only: Is the Professio...

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Members only. The phrase conjures up mental impressions of both exclusivity and inclusivity, depending on which side of the fence...

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