Resources for Healing

In our past month focusing on Arts and Health, and especially in our conversation with Dr. Vivien Marcow Speiser and Dr. Phillip Speiser, several resources came up in research and conversation. For more information on this important topic, visit the links below.

American Art Therapy Association
https://arttherapy.org

American Dance Therapy Association
https://www.adta.org

American Music Therapy Association, Definition and Quotes about Music Therapy
https://www.musictherapy.org/about/quotes

American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama
https://www.asgpp.org

American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, Education
https://asgpp.org/education-2

Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes
https://www.iagp.com

International Federation for Biblio/Poetry Therapy, 2016 Training Guide
https://ifbpt.org/obtaining-a-credential/training-guide

National Organization for Arts in Health (2017). Arts, health, and well-being in America.

National Organization for Arts in Health (2018). Addressing the Future of Arts in Health in America.

National Coalition of Creative Arts Therapies Associations, Inc.
https://www.nccata.org

North America Drama Therapy Association, Code of Ethics
https://www.nadta.org/about-nadta/code-of-ethics.html

North America Drama Therapy Association, Accredited Schools
https://www.nadta.org/education-and-credentialing/resources-for-students-and-bcts/accredited-schools.html

North America Drama Therapy Association, Cultural Humility, Equity, and Diversity Committee
https://www.nadta.org/about-nadta/diversity.html

North America Drama Therapy Association, Education and Credentialing
https://www.nadta.org/education-and-credentialing.html

North America Drama Therapy Association (November 25, 2019), Artists in Health Statement of Collaboration
https://www.nadta.org/what-is-drama-therapy/nadta-news/Artists_in_Health_Statement_of_Collaboration.html

North America Drama Therapy Association (October 2018), Drama Therapists Against White Supremacy.
https://www.nadta.org/about-nadta/diversity/dramatherapistsagainstwhitesupremacy.html

Serlin, I. A., Goldov, N., & Hansen, E. (2017). Dance/Movement Therapy and Breast Cancer Care: A Wellbeing Approach. In Karkou, V., Oliver, S. and Lycouris, S. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing. Oxford, England: Oxford Press.

Sonke, J., Lee, J., Rollins, J., Carytsas, F., Imus, S. Lambert, P., Mullen, T., Spooner, H., (2017). Talking about Arts in Health: A White Paper Addressing the Language used to Describe the Discipline from an Academic Perspective. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine.

Talwar, S. (2015). Culture, diversity, and identity: From margins to center. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 32(3), 100–103. DOI:  10.1080/07421656.2015.1060563.

World Federation of Music Therapy
https://www.wfmt.info/wfmt-new-home/about-wfmt

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