Share Your Art Therapy Story!
We're celebrating the AATA's 50th year and want to hear from our members and the community! Share your experiences with and reflections about art therapy to help us raise awareness and advocate on behalf of our profession. If you're a practitioner, share advice you have for the next generation of art therapists! (Answer any or all questions.)

To upload artwork or photos, visit https://goo.gl/forms/6R46vLwdOqi2j3ef2

Tell us about a memorable moment or milestone in your experience with art therapy as an art therapist, AATA member, health professional, or client.
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If you're an art therapist, tell us about an experience that reminds you of why you continue your work.
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Long-time practitioners or retired art therapists: How do you foresee the field in 10 or 20 years? In what direction do you want the profession to go? (Current art therapy students drafted these questions!)
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What advice do you have for the next generation of art therapists? What advice did you receive from your mentors that stuck with you?
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Current art therapy students and new professionals: What do you enjoy most about your program? (Don't forget to mention which school!)
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For everyone, how did you first learn about art therapy?
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Is there anything you'd like to share in honor of AATA's 50th Anniversary? For example, is there an AATA accomplishment that makes you proud?
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Is there a pioneer or leader in the field that you'd like to recognize as we celebrate AATA's 50th?
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CONFIDENTIALITY AND PERMISSIONS
Change or omit identifying information about clients referenced in your story to protect confidentiality.

By sharing this story, you and your client(s) give the AATA permission to use your submission or any portion of it for advocacy, education, or media. If your story is shared in our materials, your statement will appear along with your first name, the first letter of your last name, your city, and your state. We may need to edit for clarity/brevity.

You can upload artwork or photos using this form: https://goo.gl/forms/p7oTQJd7GjkKTRqN2 . By submitting client artwork, you confirm that you have a signed release on file and the appropriate permissions. A template for the release form can be found here: https://www.arttherapy.org/Voices/ReleaseForm_Template.pdf

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