Art Therapy Studio

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Art Therapy Studio
Art Therapy Studio is listed in the Photographers category in Cleveland, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Art Therapy Studio which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Art Therapy Studio on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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12200 Fairhill Rd
Cleveland, OH 44120
(216) 791-9303

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Art Therapy Studio shared Buckeye Art Therapy Association's post.
We are honored that Buckeye Art Therapy Association's Art Therapist of the month is our very own Deborah Carl, Clinical Director. Read the full post to learn more about Deborah personally and professionally.
With the BATA symposium this weekend and the Art Therapy Studio celebrating 50 years of growth and healing, this Art Therapist/Artist of the Month could not be more perfect. Please welcome artist Deborah Carl ATR-BC CPRP, Clinical Director of the Art Therapy Studio! Deborah Carl is the daughter of an architect and has been drawing since she was born. An artist her whole life, she graduated from Kent State University School of Art with a degree in art history and a minor in studio art, and later earned a Master's in Art Therapy Counseling from Ursuline College. She has spent her professional life in community mental health and now in community based art therapy services as the Clinical Director at the Art Therapy Studio. Deborah is married with three grown sons. BATA - Can you describe your role at the Art Therapy Studio? DC - I serve as an art therapist and Clinical Director, providing direct care at several of our contract sites. I supervise art therapists working towards registration, coordinate with the Executive Director to advocate and be a "face" of art therapy in the community, educate others on the power and connection of visual thinking to healing, and supervise college level interns from both undergraduate and graduate art therapy programs. BATA - What population do you serve at the Art Therapy Studio? DC - I serve seniors with dementia, the homeless veteran population, and adults with persistent mental health challenges. BATA - . How have you seen the profession of Art Therapy change over the years (for better and/or for worse) DC - This topic is certainly front and center with me as I see myself moving into the back end of my career as an art therapist. The drive to enter this field, for me, came from personal experiences, such as identifying as an artist and studying art history, exploring the role art and artists play in culture and social life, having a family member with a mental illness, and being drawn to personal story. The moment when I put it all together and found there was a career path for me was exhilarating! Art and psychology and human interest, what a match! I graduated with an Art Therapy Counseling degree, but those before me graduated with Art Therapy degrees and those coming after me now receive Counseling and Art Therapy degrees. This current trend to combine art therapy with counseling is I believe, both a blessing and a curse. While it has opened doors to job growth, no doubt, and afforded art therapists the opportunity to gain skills by studying clinical models more fully, it seems to have had another unintended outcome - demoting the act of art making to a secondary position. This, the very essence and power holder of what we do as art therapists, needs to again be championed and lauded as primary. Sounds like the perfect "retirement" project for me don't you think? BATA - What do you do for self care? DC - Natural settings restore me so I try and get to the country as often as I can to walk and think, to be alone with my own thoughts, or to be social with family and friends. Reading, writing, drawing and painting are weekly activities. BATA - What advice would you give new graduates entering the field of Art Therapy? DC - Be passionate about art therapy! Honor and keep present the spirit of the pioneers who came before you, and never stop exploring your own inward journey.

Today through Saturday several of our staff members are attending the Buckeye Art Therapy Association Symposium in Columbus. If you made a fleece tie blanket, we would be happy to take it off of your hands at the symposium. Learn more about the fleece tie blanket service project on the BATA website: http://buckeyearttherapy.org/BATA-Service-Project-2017

Art Therapy Studio added 3 new photos.
This morning you can find us at the 2017 NCBA Senior Expo on the second floor of the Fairhill Partners building. Visit us to learn more about our Discover the Artist Within You community art program.




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Art Therapy Studio Join us at the main branch of the Cleveland Public Library on 10/1/16 from 1-3 for an art show! bit.ly/2dqeNTr


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