Theoretical Foundations of Drama Therapy: Thinking Outside the Binary

As someone who has dedicated my life’s work and study to the Arts and Humanities, I know that in the US especially, I am fighting an uphill battle. But why is that the case, when the Arts and Humanities have… Read moreTheoretical Foundations of Drama Therapy: Thinking Outside the Binary

Your brain isn’t broken: mental health in capitalism

There is a common rhetoric which circulates that mental illness is caused by faulty brain chemicals. This narrative serves the function of attempting to reduce cultural stigma associated with mental health issues. If someone’s brain is “broken,” a mental health… Read moreYour brain isn’t broken: mental health in capitalism

How have you managed not to know?: White Supremacy and Psychotherapy

An important aspect of being a creative arts (or expressive arts) therapist is being an advocate and a translator. It is not unlike being an ambassador from a foreign country. Each of the creative arts therapies represents a unique theoretical… Read moreHow have you managed not to know?: White Supremacy and Psychotherapy

What is the scope of practice of creative arts therapies?

One of the struggles of being a creative arts therapist is helping others understand what that means. To aid in that process, I have created a Venn diagram to show how multiple different fields and approaches have developed in an… Read moreWhat is the scope of practice of creative arts therapies?