The Art Therapy Alliance’s 30 Day Art Therapy Facebook Hop wrapped up this past week!
From the US to Canada, Singapore, India, Italy, Australia, & Ireland, what an awesome month long tour all over the world to visit a collection of art therapist owned Facebook pages featuring their practice, work, art expression, ideas, and inspirations.
Here are the Facebook pages that were featured during the last leg of the hop:
Artevolutions is an online creative space managed by Lizzie Bellotto in Italy that serves as an art lab as well as an artist & art therapist hub for sharing of ideas, projects & more.
ArtLight Therapy & Studios and Art Therapist Joni Becker in Colorado create a path to healing and change illuminated through creativity!
Artful Expeditions at The O Gallery and Ohio Art Therapist Kristen Olsen help to untangle conflicts in one’s life by mingling art and travel to bring about healing through self awareness.
Art Affects, LLC, is the Facebook page of Missouri Art Therapist Nannie Mead! Art Affects is a virtual space where inspirations, expressions, and creations are shared related to art therapy and more.
Learn more about the creative inspiration, ideas, and therapeutic work of Artwell Art Therapy in Prospect, South Australia & Art Therapist Jackie Reineke.
Paint the Stars Art Therapy, LLC in New Jersey and Art Therapist Robyn Schindler are committed to increasing confidence through art and expressing feelings creatively.
Visit Amanda Scott Art Therapy in Victoria, Australia where connection, positive change, growth, and well-being are facilitated through creativity & transpersonal art therapy.
Create, Communicate, and Heal with Quinn Art Therapy and Michigan Art Therapist Theresa Quinn!
Learn more about the work of Art Therapists Sheila Kelleher & Gosia Lawnicki from Mobile Art Therapy Studio, who provide a creative means of working with vulnerable groups all over the world. Change for the better through art!
Many thanks again to everyone who contributed to this happening and to all the pages who participated! It was great to see how the hop’s activity inspired others within and outside the art therapy community to share, promote, support, and find the work of art therapists through Facebook and more. 🙂
Even though this hop is now over, I hope you will continue to visit and enjoy not only the pages you’ve connected/re-connected with this month, but keep discovering the growing presence of art therapists promoting art therapy through social media, blogging, and the Internet. The Art Therapy Alliance’s Art Therapy Blog Index and collection of Art Therapist Websites are a couple of helpful places to continue more art therapy hopping adventures!
Here’s a re-cap of all the week’s featured throughout June: