We were delighted to award Harriet Wadeson with the first annual Marilyn Richman Legacy Award for excellence in the field of the Creative Arts Therapies last Spring at our 40th Anniversary Gala. She was recently featured in the Chicago Tribune. Check out the article here!
The Institute for Therapy through the Arts (ITA) celebrated 40 years of providing creative arts therapies to children, adults, and families by welcoming more than 130 guests to a festive celebration Tuesday, June 9 at Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston. Highlights of the evening included the presentation of awards to two advocates of creative […]
Harriet Wadeson, Ph.D., LCSW, ATR-BC, HLM, this year’s recipient of the Marilyn Richman Legacy Award, not only embodies the spirit, dedication, forward thinking, and tireless devotion to others that exemplify the work of Marilyn Richman, affectionately known as “Toddy,” she also shares with Toddy the distinction of being a highly esteemed pioneer in the field […]
ITA is honored to announce Carrie Ann Inaba, long-time judge on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and advocate for Dance/Movement Therapy, will be accepting the inaugural Lamplighter Award for Arts in Healing at its 40th Anniversary Celebration on June 9, 2015. The person chosen for the Lamplighter Award is an example of excellence through the […]
Ted began his studies at Indiana University where he earned Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Theatre in 1986. He went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Acting from Depaul University in 1989. Ted went back to school to study Drama Therapy at Kansas State University where he earned a […]
We are celebrating our 40th Anniversary, by honoring others in the field of Creative Arts Therapy. We will honor Dancing with the Stars judge, Carrie Ann Inaba with our inaugural Lamplighter Award for Arts in Healing. Carrie Ann will be recognized for her work spreading awareness of the impact of Dance/Movement Therapy with pediatric cancer […]