2018 PAATA Award Nominations
Thank you for taking the time to nominate your colleagues for this years 2018 PAATA Awards.

-The PAATA Board

Most Active Artist
This award is bestowed to a Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association member who maintains a significant connection to their personal art making process by publicly exhibiting in shows and competitions.
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Innovative Application of Art Therapy
This award is granted to the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association member who demonstrates an outstanding and innovative approach to art therapy through technique, practice, or otherwise. The recipient’s unique and cutting edge work exemplifies new frontiers for the practice or application of art therapy.
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Outstanding Supervisor
This award is granted to the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association member who demonstrates outstanding mentorship, encouragement of art therapists, and demonstrates excellence in leadership in the field of art therapy.
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Honorary Life Member
The HLM award of the DVATA is awarded bi-annually by the criteria listed below. The Awards Committee is composed of the current DVATA President, immediate past DVATA President, and at least one standing board member.

Present member of the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association and currently living in the region.

Present member of the American Art Therapy Association with Art Therapist Registered (ATR) status.

An art therapist who has made outstanding contributions to the field of art therapy by publications, workshops, therapeutic skills, innovative programming, etc. in the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association.

An art therapist who has maintained professionalism throughout her or his career.

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Roy Hay's: Self-Application Only
In promoting its mission statement, The Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association, Inc., an affiliate chapter of The American Art Therapy Association, Inc., invites its member to apply for the DVATA Presenter’s Award. This award aims to promote the development and public awareness of the field of art therapy through the advancement of research, professional standards, education, and legislation and public forums.

This award is for the support the DVATA member whose work has been accepted to The American Art Therapy Association’s conference and educates or promotes the use of art therapy or the therapeutic uses of the arts. This award may be used for conference registration, travel, board, and lodging. This award is open to DVATA’s new professional members, professional members, credentialed professional members & honorary life members with at least tow full consecutive years of DVATA membership in any of the preceding categories. Please note, to be considered as a New Professional, student membership must have been maintained for the previous two years.

This award granted fro the worthiness of application and is voted on by the current DVATA board members based on their judgements of merit. In order to be considered for this award, a complete application along with a presentation description (500 words max) and a copy of the confirmation letter from the conference administrators affirming acceptance to present at the AATA conference must be included in the application. Current board members are only eligible for this award if there ar no other applications for the year. Applications must be received in their entirety by July 1 of the same year of the November AATA conference to be considered.

This annual award grants up to the amount of $1,500 and will be paid upon return from conference within 14 days. If the recipient of the award is unable to make it to the proposed conference or unable to present once there, for whatever reason, the award will then be granted to the first alternate. If the first alternate is unable to attend or present, then the award will be granted to the second alternate. If the original award recipient and the first and second alternates are unable to attend or present at the AATA conference, no award will be granted in this year. As the recipient or one of the alternates of this award, it is understood that you and your honored presentation will be acknowledged and presented at the next PAATA conference.

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