Digital Art Therapy, Social Media and the Ethics of Professional Practice

Art Therapy Ethics in the Digital Age | Ethics Questions for all Art Therapists and Professionals

Our 2013 Digital Art Therapy and Social Media Presentation to the Buckeye Art Therapy Association in Columbus Ohio. Since this time, the Art Therapy Credentials Board has updated their ethics document, so this presentation serves as a way to track the historical development of art therapy and the growing challenges of digital technology and social media in professional practice. Please note: the movie portion of this presentation is not activated.

Art Therapy Ethics | Questions for all Art Therapists and Professionals About Social Media and Digital Tech

Our 2014 Digital Art Therapy and Social Media Presentation to the Buckeye Art Therapy Association in Columbus Ohio. Since this time, the Art Therapy Credentials Board has updated their ethics document, so this presentation also serves as a way to track the historical development of art therapy and the growing challenges of digital technology and social media in professional practice. 

Art Therapy Ethics | More Questions for all Art Therapists and Professionals About Social Media and Digital Tech

Our 2015 Digital Art Therapy and Social Media Presentation to the Buckeye Art Therapy Association in Columbus Ohio. This was an interactive presentation to encourage the audience to review and comment on the content of the Art Therapy Credentials Board's ethics document-- and it proved to be a very lively discussion and we all learned a lot about the challenges to art therapists when it comes to social media and digital technology!



2012: Issues and Ethics of Art Therapy in a Digital Age presented to the Buckeye Art Therapy Association on September 7, 2012 [with a PDF summarizing the key points available to conference attendees], Cathy Malchiodi, PhD, and Don Cutcher, ATR-BC. 


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