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Art Therapy Career Center

Build An Exciting Career in Art Therapy!

The Art Therapy Career Center is the leading resource for making employment connections in the field of art therapy. The Center offers job seekers free and confidential resume posting, automated weekly email notification of new job listings and access to employment services. Begin to expand your career now by posting your resume.


The Art Therapy Career Center offers employers access to art therapist professionals, along with quick and easy job posting and fulfillment. Learn more.
Job Seekers:

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Professional Development

Launch & Manage Your Art Therapy Practice Become a Spokesperson
Enhance Your Online Education Become Credentialed -- ATCB
Become a Published Author Promote Your Practice
Attend the Annual Conference  
Conduct Training Qualified for CECs  


Launch and Manage Your Art Therapy Practice
This tool kit assists practicing art therapists, new professionals and students in structuring their practice effectively. The step by step guide and connection to resources is a convenient way for members to begin and continue to build a successful private practice career in art therapy. Click here

The American Art Therapy Association’s Honorary Life Member, Irene Posner-David shares her experience as an art therapist. Please click here to access Irene's story.  You can read the AllTreatment interview with Marie Wilson, PhD, ATR-BC, ATCS, ACS, LPC, coordinator for Art Therapy programs at Caldwell College, about the addiction-healing properties of creative expression.

Enhance Your Education Online
The Institute for Continuing Education in Art Therapy
The Institute for Continuing Education in Art Therapy (ICE/AT) provides expanded professional development opportunities through online courses that help you earn continuing education credits, assist you in keeping your credentials current and increase your knowledge in the art therapy field.

To view the Course Catalog, click here. To take courses go to: http://arttherapy.trainingcampus.net/

Members of the Association receive a 38% discount on the regular online course fee,
click here to login into the members-only website to retrieve the discount code! 

Consider becoming a course author. Click here to download the ICE/AT Author Kit.
Become a Published Author
Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association

Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, the leading publication in field of art therapy, attracts a worldwide audience of art therapists and other professionals who want to stay current in the field. Members receive 4 print issues annually for FREE and unlimited access to the on-line archived issues of the Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association as a member benefit.

Members may access the Journal click here.

Members interested in contributing to the Journal by submitting an article for publication or cover artwork should click here.

Not a member? To subscribe to the Journal please click here.
Attend the Annual Conference to Access more than 160 CEC Eligible Courses
2014 Annual Conference
Calendar of Events
Conduct Training Qualified for Continuing Education Credits
Approval of Educational Program for Continuing Education Credits – The American Art Therapy Association is committed to professional development activities. The continuing education program approval service acknowledges the function of quality continuing education experiences in achieving professional mastery. The American Art Therapy Association educational program approval is a voluntary process of appraising and granting recognition conducted by the Continuing Education Committee to qualify programs that meet established standards based on predetermined criteria. The purpose of the Association CECs is to enhance professional competence of the Association members and to develop and promote knowledge in and of the profession of art therapy.
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Approval assures participants that programs meet professional continuing education standards and provide participants with continuing education credit for the following:
  • Renewal of state licensure or certification
  • Voluntary professional certification
  • Recertification requirements
  • Continuing education requirements 
The American Art Therapy Association reviews training programs in the field of art therapy and coordinates National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) approval  for programs that meet the educational requirements.

Click here to access the American Art Therapy Association's Continuing Education Credit Information and Application Packet
Become a Spokesperson for the Field of Art Therapy
Join The Ambassador Program
Would you like to be a spokesperson for the art therapy profession? Are you a credentialed profession with experience or training in working with the media?  If so, we would like to invite you to participate in the Association’s Ambassador Program!

Apply by sending your resume and specialty area here. Note that Ambassadors must be active members of the Association & must be a credentialed ATR-BC.
Gain Credentials from the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB)
The Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB) is the credentialing organization for art therapy.  In 1993, the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB) was created by the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) to serve as the national credentialing body for art therapy.

Now an independent organization, the ATCB creates and maintains standards associated with earning art therapy credentials. The mission of the ATCB is to protect the public by promoting the competent and ethical practice of art therapy. In response to its mission, the ATCB offers two credentials; Registered Art Therapist (ATR), and Board-Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC). Both of these credentials are solely owned and granted by the ATCB. Credential holders must adhere to the ATCB’s Code of Professional Practice, thus ensuring that the public is protected. To learn more click here. Or call (877) 213-2822.

Members of the American Art Therapy Association receive a 35% discount on your 2013 ATCB maintenance fees.
Promote Your Practice
Art Therapists are listed in the following on-line directories. Members should click here for information on adding their information to these online resources. 
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