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January 14, 2014

Careers in Art Therapy.

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Hear from real art therapists talking about their role and the difference they make as part of the NHS team. To find out more about the role visit the NHS Ca…
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19 Responses to “Careers in Art Therapy.”

  1. NHSCareers Says:

    Hi Erika, as we are the careers service for healthcare staff in England we
    are cannot tell you which courses to take at your community college but it
    is worth asking them and what opportunities are available locally. And
    people with pyschiatric disorders often help people with similiar problems.
    To work as an art therapist in England you will also need to undertake a
    university degree but worth speaking to someone at your college who can
    provide more specific advice. Good luck!

  2. ErikaLuvsDisney Says:

    And do you think its possible for someone with psychiatric disorders (like
    psychosis & bipolar disorder) to become an art therapist ?

  3. ErikaLuvsDisney Says:

    What classes can i take in a community college in Los Angeles ? Thanks 🙂

  4. sarah26 Says:

    wow that is amazing! i would absolutely love to work around the world with
    art therapy services.

  5. Christina Nicole Says:

    what are the requirements to become an art therapist .. step by step please

  6. icefishiee Says:

    What a levels do you need, as I have chosen Art, Textiles, Physics and Maths

  7. NHSCareers Says:

    Hi there. Thanks for your query. Take a look at our website (links
    available in the description box) for information about pay bands and pay
    rates for art therapists. Best wishes, the NHS Careers team.

  8. David Taransaud Says:

    I have just returned from Northern Uganda where I set up an art therapy
    service in an orphanage for former child soldiers and war orphans. Please
    watch: ‘Kitgum’s Orphans, Invisible Wounds’. I’m hoping it’ll help to
    promote the awareness and the sponsorship of war orphans at the orphanage
    and with a bit of luck, raise financial funds for further resources.

  9. Thana Hatchet Says:

    I’m going to grow up to be an art therapist 🙂

  10. Yissel Herrera Says:

    Does anybody knows how much do art therapist make a year?

  11. sarah26 Says:

    art therapy can be anything from collages to molding with clay to making
    crafts with cloth or yarn. It’s basically crafts, drawing, painting,
    anything that relaxed the patient enough to express themselves through the
    art and eventually verbally. If you search it on youtube you’ll get some
    cool projects that art therapists use.

  12. NHSCareers Says:

    Hi Yovanna, Art therapy is a rewarding and interesting career to go into
    although positions are limited within the NHS. If you want to learn more
    about becoming an art therapist and the training you will need, visit our
    website at look at the information under the allied health professions
    section. Good luck! The NHS Careers team.

  13. Christina Nicole Says:

    myself as well ..

  14. NHSCareers Says:

    You usually need at least three A levels including art but it’s always a
    good idea to check with the university or universities you are thinking of
    applying to for their requirements. Good luck!

  15. axkk12 Says:

    This is ART therapy. Not all 4 different types of therapy combined. There
    is art therapy, arts therapy (movement, dancing), music therapy and
    dramatherpay.

  16. NHSCareers Says:

    Hi Christina, if you give our helpline a call on 0345 60 60 655 they will
    be able to talk you through how to become an art therapist including A
    level results needed and university courses.

  17. Yovanna Vaquez Says:

    I am planning on doing this after high school. Can someone tell me if this
    is a good career to go into?

  18. Stefania Tilica Says:

    what about other arts, she was just drawing?!

  19. Suzanne Jones Says:

    This is a brilliant introduction into art therapy. I’m an art therapist
    working with young people in the South East England. I’ve just started a
    facebook account and I’m looking forward to sharing my ideas with others.
    Please feel free to contact me at suzannejonesarttherapy@gmail.com

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