Through the Art Therapy/Counseling program, students will:

  • describe and integrate the knowledge of the history and theories of art therapy as a foundation for professional practice;
  • develop a professional identity as an art therapist/counselor and have a clear understanding of ethical and legal inherent in the field;
  • comprehend and apply an understanding of the clinical domain of art therapy and counseling in the field;
  • understand research methodology, apply critical thinking and demonstrate skills needed to design and conduct a research study in art therapy/counseling; and
  • demonstrate creative thinking and apply knowledge of art processes and media. 
Studying Art Therapy/Counseling (Master's Degree) At Springfield College