Article Presents An Integrated Art and Drama Therapy Approach via Official Journal of the American Art Therapy Association ITA Practice Manager, Clinical Psychologist, and Board Certified Art Therapist Dr. Marni Rosen shares her expertise on Developmental Transformations Training-based art therapy in “Developmental Transformations Art Therapy: An Embodied, Interactional Approach.” The article, featured in Art Therapy’s […]
A Music Therapist’s Perspective on Using Music to Engage a Person with Dementia ITA Music Therapist Andra Duncan, MT-BC recently wrote a guest article for Dementia.org on six different ways that you can use music to engage your loved one with dementia. Andra discusses her firsthand experience with those who have dementia and seeing how the […]
Ever wondered about the ways that drama can impact the lives of the elderly? In this informative article, Keith Whipple explains the importance of stimulating cognition as we age, the research behind drama and dementia, and the core processes of drama therapy. Read the article here!
By Jenni Rook, MT-BC, LCPC Anxiety.org disseminates high quality, cutting edge mental health research and insights from world-class doctors, therapists, researchers, and specialists who have dedicated their lives to understanding and curing anxiety. Their new feature, by ITA’s Executive Director, Jenni Rook, offers a brief overview of Music Therapy as well as some practical tips. […]
Written by MTSSA author, Jeffrey Wolfe, MT-BC ITA is extremely thrilled to announce the publication of the Music Therapy Social Skills Assessment Manual (MTSSA), a comprehensive handbook for assessing and documenting social skill development in group music therapy for school-aged children with neurodevelopmental disorders. This publication is available for print through Jessica Kingsley Publishers®, […]