American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama was founded in 1947, and publishes The Journal of Group Psychotherapy as well as holds annual conferences. The purpose of the society include fostering the national and international cooperation of those concerned with the Training is offered throughout the country at various institutions. It is the pioneer membership organization in group psychotherapy and continues to be a source and inspiration for ongoing developments in group psychotherapy, psychodrama, and sociometry. http://www.asgpp.org/
Art and Healing Network: Arts and Healing Network is an on-line resource celebrating the connection between art and healing. Our web site serves as an international resource for anyone interested in the healing potential of art, especially environmentalists, social activists, artists, art professionals, health care practitioners, and those challenged by illness. Our hope is that the information presented here will educate and inspire. http://www.artheals.org/
Arts in Therapy: The Arts in Therapy Network is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing an online community for Creative Arts Therapists (CAT) and those who are interested in the Healing Arts. http://www.artsintherapy.com/
ArtslynxInternational:This extensive portal to many arts-related activities has a large section on writing and poetry, including organizations, literary journals, writing tools and resources, and poetry resources. http://www.artslynx.org/
The National Coalition of Creative Arts Therapists Association is a coalition of expressive arts organizations, including NAPT and NADT, plus some of the more traditional expressive arts therapies (dance, music and art therapies). Founded in 1979, NCCATA is an alliance of professional associations dedicated to the advancement of the arts as therapeutic modalities. NCCATA represents over 8000 individual members of six creative arts therapies associations. Each member association has established professional training standards including an approval and monitoring process, a code of ethics and standards of clinical practice, and a credentialing process. Annual conferences, journals, and newsletters for each association foster professional development, as well as educate the public and allied professionals about each discipline. Although unique and distinct from one another, the creative arts therapies share related processes and goals. Participation in all the creative arts therapies provides people with special needs ways to express themselves that may not be possible through more traditional therapies. http://www.nccata.org/
Poiesis: This magazine focuses on cutting edge expressive arts research and practice.www.egspress.com/catalogue/_poiesis
Transformative Narrative Portrait: This tool can help guide you through a journey where you will identify themes and patterns in your life and begin to create life changing narratives. Through this instrument, you will experience a deeper self-awareness and ignite innovation that brings forth a transformation inside of yourself and how you relate to others. Developed by Yvette Hyater-Adams. http://www.transformativenarratives.com.
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