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PATRICIA BUOYE ALLEN,
Ph.D., A.T.R.

300 Running Ridge Trail
Ojai, California 93023
805-646-4870

e-mail: patallen8@comcast.net

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EDUCATION

Newton College of the Sacred Heart, Newton, MA 1970-1972
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA    
Tufts University, Medford, MA   B.F.A. 1976
Goddard College, Plainfield, VT   M.A. 1977
Union University, Cincinnati, OH   Ph.D. 1986


CREDENTIALS

Art Therapy Registration (A.T.R.) #77-095 received 1977


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE—CURRENT

Prescott College, Prescott AZ, visiting faculty, Expressive Therapy Dept. 2005-present

Open Studio Project, Evanston, IL, Guest Faculty, Faciltator Training Program, 2010-present

John F. Kennedy University, Berkeley, CA, adjunct professor, Arts and Consciousness, 2007-present

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE—PAST

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, adjunct associate professor, Art Therapy Department, 1988-2012

Union University, Cincinnati, OH, adjunct faculty, 1992-2002

Harbor Alternative High School, visiting artist. Oak Park, IL, 2002-2006

Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, community art studio and gallery Founder and Director, 2000-2004

Open Studio Project, Chicago, IL, co-founder and co-director, 1993-2000

University of Illinois, Chicago, School of Art and Design, Assistant Professor, Art Therapy Graduate Program, 1980-1988

Art Enterprise, Oak Park, IL private practice, workshops, groups 1985-1993

Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital, Sheridan Road Pavilion, Chicago, IL Art Therapist, Acute Psychiatric Unit, Alcoholism Treatment Program, Stress Disorder Unit, 7/80-8/82

South Shore Mental Health Center/Coastal Community Counseling Center, Quincy, MA:

Mental Health Worker, Adult/Aftercare Unit, 1975 Art Therapist/Group Therapist, Day Treatment Center, 1975-1980 Art Therapist/Psychotherapist, Child and Family Team 1976-1980 Art Therapist, District Court Clinic, 1978-1980

Art Therapy Consultant: Adolescent Treatment Program, Pilot Program in the Schools, Program for Chronic Adults

Boundaries, Inc., Acton, MA, private group practice with child and families, Art Therapist/Psychotherapist, 1977-1978


OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE

JFK University, Berkeley, CA, visiting lecturer, spring, 2006

Cape Cod Institute, Nausett, MA, faculty, summer, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2010

Naropa University, Boulder, CO, visiting lecturer, fall, 2000

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, visiting lecturer, spring, 2000

Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, visiting lecturer, summer, 1999

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, IL, visiting lecturer, summer, 1994

Vermont College of Norwich University, Montpelier, VT, visiting lecturer, summer, 1981

Goddard College, Plainfield, VT, visiting faculty, 1978-1979, Assistant Program Director, summer 1979, Field Faculty, 1978-1980

Simmons College, Boston, MA, Summer Institute in Art Therapy, visiting lecturer 1976-1980

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CONSULTATION/SUPERVISION/PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

Mitziut Jewish Community, Chicago, IL, Vision Development, November, 2012-present

Open Studio Project, Evanston, IL, Facilitation Training Advisor, 2010-present

Kaleidoscope Art Foundation, Southampton, Bermuda, 2011

Oak Park Township Youth Services, Oak Park, IL, Youth Advocacy Council, Advisor, 1998-2001

YWCA Women’s Services, Chicago, IL 1992-1998

Pilsen-Little Village Mental Health Center, Chicago, IL, 1991-1998

Uhlich Children’s Home, Chicago, IL 1991-1992

Chicago Mental Health Foundation, 1991-1992

The Peace Museum, Chicago, IL, ‘Play Fair’, exhibition on conflict resolution, 1987

Grateful House, Oak Park, IL, women’s alcoholism half-way house, 1987-1988

Northwestern University Hospital Medical Center, Chicago, IL, substance abuse unit, 1982

Beacon Therapeutic School, Chicago, IL teacher training, 1980

Juvenile Court of Cook County, Probation Department, Chicago, IL, staff training, 1980


OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Co-Founder, Social Justice Caucus, American Art Therapy Association, 2009-2012

Coordinator, Annual Film Festival, American Art Therapy Association Conference, 2009-2010 Finance Committee, American Art Therapy Association, 2008-2010

Art Committee, American Art Therapy Association, 2000-2007, chair 2004

Editorial Board, American journal of art therapy, 1986-2002

Editorial Board, ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA, 1992-2001

Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, CAAP Grant panelist, 1999, 2000

Publication Committee, American Art Therapy Association, Chair, 1987-1990

Policy and Procedure Committee, American Art Therapy Association, 1987-1988

American Art Therapy Association Newsletter, Editor, 1986-1990

Nominating Committee, American Art Therapy Association, 1993, 1994-95, Chair

Continuing Education Committee, American Art Therapy Association, 1985-1987

AATA National Conference Committee: Local Arrangements Chair, 1983 Program Chair, 1984 Pre-Conference Course Coordinator, 1983-1986 Program Committee, 1989, 1993-2000

New England Art Therapy Association, President, 1977-1979

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SELECTED LECTURES AND WORKSHOPS

“Creativity and Violence: Two Means of Change,” keynote address, Art in Response to Violence 5th annual conference, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL. October, 2014

"Workshop: Introduction to the Open Studio Process," Art in Response to Violence, NIEU, Chicago, IL October 2014

“Exploring Our Defining Experiences of Power and Identity: The Rapist, An Alternative Spelling of Therapist,” Illinois Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Addison, IL, October, 2014.

“Strategic Planning Retreat, Master Gardner Program of Ventura County, Ojai, CA September, 2014.

“Group Intention to Move Process Forward”, Art Hives Symposium, Montreal, CN, June 2014.

“Open Studio Process as a Means of Inquiry,” Concordia University, La Ruche Studio, Montreal, CN. May, 2014

“Introduction to the Open Studio Process,” Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, March 2014.

“Can Art Save the World?” lecture and workshop, Florida Institute of Expressive Arts, Sarasota, FL, March 2014.

“The Open Studio Process as a Means of Inquiry,” Notre Dame de Maur, San Jose, CA, February, 2014

“Art Therapy as Public Practice”, lecture and workshop. with Sandie Yi, MAAT, MFA. Taiwan Art Therapy Association, Taipei, Taiwan. June 2013

“The Open Studio Process: Theory and Practice”, keynote address and workshop. Taiwan Art Therapy Association, Taipei, Taiwan. June 2013

“Creating in Nature”. Workshop. Taiwan Art Therapy Association, Taipei, Taiwan. June 2013.

“Self Knowledge and Self Supervison: Master Supervision Using the Open Studio Process”. Taiwan Art Therapy Association, Taipei, Taiwan. June 2013

“Earth, Art, and Therapy”, keynote and workshop. Northern California Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Asilomar, Monterey, CA. September, 2013.

“Introduction to the Open Studio Process”, workshop. Art Therapy Graduate Program, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA. October, 2013.

“Back to the Source: A Conversation about the Open Studio Process and Art Therapy”. With Karla Rindal, B.A. Illinois Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. October, 2013.

“Can Art Save the World?” Expressive Arts Institute of Florida, Sarasota, FL, March, 2014.

Introduction of the Open Studio Process,” ?” Expressive Arts Institute of Florida, Sarasota, FL, March, 2014.

“Opening to the Creative Source,” workshop and lecture, Pacifica University, Carpenteria, CA, March, 2012

"Art and Transformation," workshop and teacher training, Kaleidescope Arts Foundation, Devonshire, Bermuda, August, 2011

"Return of the Feminine to Art, Culture and Social Change," School of Social Work, Ben Gurion University, Beersheva, Israel, November, 2011

“Artist Identity and Social Engagement,” panelist, Art and Social Action Symposium, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, May, 2010 “Earth, Art and Therapy,” Advanced practice course, AATA Annual Conference, Sacramento, CA, November, 2010

“Earth, Art and Therapy,” Cape Cod Institute, August, 2010

“Artist Identity and Social Engagement,” panelist, Art and Social Action Symposium, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, May, 2010

“Earth, Art and Therapy,” Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA, Nov. 2009

“Open Studio Process to Explore Social Issues,” Advanced practice course, AATA Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH, November 2008

“Living the Fool,” AATA Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH, November, 2008

“Face-to-Face: Perception of the Other,” Engaging the Other, 3rd Annual Common Bond Institute Conference, San Rafael, CA, September, 2008

"Art Therapy and Social Responsibility", keynote, Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ, April 2008 "Facing Homelessness" Caldwell College, Caldwell, NJ, April 2008 "Surfacing Images for the Collective", Advanced Practice Course, AATA Annual Conference, Albuerquerque, NM, November, 2007 “Keepers of the Flame: Art Therapy into the Future”, keynote, Canadian Art Therapy Association, Toronto, Canada, October, 2006

“Treasures of the Imagination”, keynote and workshop, Expressive Therapy Institute conference, Newport Beach, CA, October, 2006

“Art, Spirituality, and Community”, invited lecture and workshop, JFKUniversity, Berkeley, CA, April, 2006

“Intention and Witness in the Creative Process”, Dance Therapy Institute, San Francisco, CA, March, 2006

Art Therapy and Conflict Resolution”, keynote, Hofstra University, Hempstead Long Island, NY, March, 2006

“The Practice of Chaos in Art and Life”, workshop, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI, April, 2006.

“Art Based Inquiry: Engaging the Emotional Component of Intellectual Work,” with Adina Allen, AATA annual conference, Atlanta, GA, November 2005.

“The Practice of Chaos,” lecture and workshop, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL, October 2005.

“Sailing Too Close To the Rocks: Expressive Therapy with At-Risk Adolescents”, keynote, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK, June 2005.

“Creativity and Recovery: Making Art With and About Family”, keynote, PLANN annual meeting, Cleveland, OH, May 2005 “ “’Facing Homelessness’, A Critique of a Community Mask Making Project”, AATA annual conference, Chicago, IL, 2003

“Community Arts Leadership for Arts Therapists”, pre-conference course, AATA annual conference, Washington, D.C., 2002

“Community Arts Leadership”, OFFCenter Community Arts, Albuquerque, NM, August, 2002

“Intention and Witness as a Guide to Creative Work”, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, November, 2001

“Radical Freedom: Reflections from Within the Studio”, AATA annual conference, Albuquerque, NM November 2001

“The Road to Hell is Paved With Good Intentions”, keynote address, Marywood University, Scranton, PA, May, 2001

“Opening to the Source”, keynote address and workshop, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, April 2000

“Art-based research: The Sabbath Bride”, AATA annual conference, Orlando, FL, 1999

“Mentoring in Art Therapy”, with Barbara Fish, ATR, AATA annual conference, Orlando, FL, 1999

“Witness: The Intuitive Voice”, New Mexico Art Therapy Association, Albuquerque, NM, April, 1999

“Art as a Way of Knowing”, keynote address, Seton Hill College, Greensburg, PA, April 1999

“The Social and Political Implications of the Studio”, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, October, 1998

“Aligning Inner and Outer Reality: The Open Studio Process”, Marywood College, Scranton, PA June 1998

“The Sabbath Bride: The Image as Heuristic Inquiry”, keynote address, Naropa Institute, Boulder, CO, 5th Annual Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Conference, June 1998

“Art is a Way of Knowing”, C.G. Jung Institute, Evanston, IL January, 1998

“Compassionate Presence: Working with Illness”, with Laurie Ellen Neustadt, AATA Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI, November, 1997

“Building and Envisioning Your Preferred Work Life”, with Dayna Block and Deborah Gadiel, AATA Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 1997

“Grief Work Through Response Art”, with Gussie Klorer, ATR, Illinois Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, River Forest, IL, May 1997

“Art is a Way of Knowing”, lecture and workshop, Interface, Cambridge , MA, August 1996

“Touchstones: An Act of Remembrance”, commencement address, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, May 1996

“Why Art is a Matter of Life and Death”, Titus Memorial Lecture, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA, March, 1996

“The Quality of Witness”, workshop, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA, March 1996

“Art is a Way of Knowing: From Therapist to Steward”, AATA Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, November, 1995

“Why Art is a Matter of Life and Death”, Louisiana Art Therapy Association, September, 1995

Mandala Workshop, MacNeal Hospital Cancer Support Program, Berwyn, IL, January, 1995

“Talisman Workshop, Shamanic Art” Edgewood College, Madison, WI, November, 1995

“From Zen to Zeitgeist” keynote lecture, Illinois Art Therapy Association, Chicago, River Forest, IL, June 1994

“Soul and Spirit: The Image Instructs”, AATA Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 1993

“Psychological Aspects of Treatment in Art Therapy”, American Society of Hispanic Psychiatry 2nd Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, October 1993

“Self Renewal: Exploring the Negative Space”, workshop, Oklahoma Art Therapy Association, Lone Wolf, OK, September, 1993

“Contemporary Revisioning of Shamanic Tradition, keynote lecture and workshop, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Tenth Annual Conference, May 1993

“Innovations in Family Therapy Supervision”, Olympia Mental Health Center, Everett, WA, March, 1993

“Talisman Workshop”, AATA Annual Conference Las Vegas, NV, November 1992

“The Role of Gender in Contemporary Art”, panel, Crux Gallery, Chicago, IL March 1992

“Outsider Art: An Art Therapist’s Perspective”, panel, Hothouse, Chicago, IL March 1992

“The History of Ideas in Art Therapy”, keynote lecture, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, February, 1992

“The Function of Projection in our Perception of Others: Propaganda Art”, Woman’s Caucus for Art National Conference, January 1992

“Art Therapy: Post-Mortem”, panel, AATA Annual Conference, Denver, CO, November, 1991

“Talisman Workshop: Revisioning Shamanic Traditions”, Concordia University, River Forest, IL, August, 1991

“Mask Workshop”, School of the Art Institute at Oxbow, Saugatuck, MI, July, 1991

“Emerging Selves, Evolving Selves”, panel, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL, July 1991 “Perception of the Other: Exploring Cultural Diversity and Teaching Intercultural Awareness Through Art”, panel, National Lewis University, Evanston, IL, June 1991

“Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience” BASIC Workshop, School of the Art Institute, Chicago, IL October, 1990

“Image Making and the Grief Process”, workshop, Compassionate Friends, Hindsdale, IL September, 1990

“Art Therapy and Substance Abuse”, all day course, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA, April 1990

“Creativity and Addiction”, Lesley College, Cambridge, MA, April, 1990

“Violence Against Women: Art Therapy as Public Document”, Guild Gallery, Chicago, IL, February, 1990

“Suicide: What is the Role of the Art Therapist?” panel, AATA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, November, 1989

“Where is the Art in Art Therapy?” panel, AATA Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA, November, 1989

“Introduction to Art Therapy for Art Teachers”, Illinois Art Education Association, Chicago, IL 1989

“Professional Issues in Art Therapy: Present and Future”, Illinois Art Therapy Association, April, 1989

“Art Making as a Metaphor for Developing Research in Art Therapy”, AATA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, November, 1988

“Powerlessness and Surrender in Images of Recovery” workshop, with Barbara Fish, ATR, New Mexico Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, October, 1988

“Powerlessness and Higher Power in Artwork with Alcoholics”, Illinois Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, April, 1988

“Outsider Art”, panel, Illinois Art Therapy Association Conference, Chicago, IL April, 1988

“Art Therapy and Bereavement”, College of DuPage, Desplaines, IL, March, 1988

“Family Mask Making”, The Peace Museum, Chicago, IL November, 1987

“A Health Based Model of Art Therapy”, AATA Annual Conference, Miami, FL, November 1987

“Creativity in Art Therapy Education”, panel, AATA Annual Conference, Miami, FL, November, 1987

“The Feminine in Art Therapy”, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI August, 1987

“Art and the Art Therapist”, Illinois Art Therapy Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, May, 1987

“Ethics and the Use of Children’s Art”, Hands Around the World, Austin, TX, February 1987

“Art as an Aid in Bereavement”, AATA Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1986

“Innovative Media in Art Therapy”, UIC Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April, 1986

“Art Therapy and Oncology”, Northwestern University Hospital, Society of Oncology Social Workers, January, 1985

“Uses of Art Therapy in Pain Management”, Triton College, Elmwood Park, IL April, 1985

“Integrating Art Therapy into an Alcoholism Treatment Program”, IATA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 1985

“Finding the Goddess”, UIC Summer Institute in Art Therapy, Lake Geneva, IL, June, 1985

“Guided Imagery in Grief Work”, Hospice of Proviso-Leyden, October, 1984

“The Use of Art Therapy in Hospice Care”, Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, Chicago, IL June 1983

“The Healing Power of the Feminine”, UIC Annual Conference, Chicago, IL February, 1983

“The Healing Image”, IATA, Chicago, IL February, 1983

“Art in Psychotherapy”, keynote address, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 1983

“Guided Imagery Workshop”, AATA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October, 1983

“Loss of a Loved One”, UIC Annual Conference, Chicago, IL March, 1982

“Art Making for Conceptualization, Integration, and Self-Awareness in Art Therapy Training” with Harriet Wadeson, ATR, AATA Annual Conference, Liberty, NY, September 1980

“Contrasting Treatment of the Schizophrenic Patient: Long and Short-Term Art Therapy” with Gail Meyer, ATR, AATA Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, 1976

“Art Therapy with Post-Hospitalized Patients”, and “Art Therapy with Adults: A Case Study”, New England Art Therapy Association Fall Conference, Boston, MA, 1975

“Community Paraprofessionals in Mental Health”, Women’s Conference on Health, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 1975

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SELECTED JURIED AND INVITED EXHIBITS

“Personal and Professional Practices: Art by Art Therapists,” group exhibit, Endicott College, Beverly, MA, November, 2012

“Out of Context,” Farmer and the Cook, Ojai, CA, August, 2011

“Signs and Wonders,” Miziut Community Art Show, May, 2010

“Emunah v’Omanut,” group show, Hebrew College Rabbinical School, Ministry of Magic, Newton, MA, March 2010. “Receiving Torah,” Miziut Community Art Show, Chicago, IL, May 2009

“Members Show,” The Open Studio Project, Evanston, IL November, 2008

“The Pomegranate Exercise,” Calypso Moon Gallery, Oak Park, IL, September, 2007

“Words Within: Jewish Women’s Artist’s Network”, a group with the Women’s Caucus for Art, Kraft Center Columbia/Barnard University, NYC, NY, February, 2007 traveled to Boston University Hillel, Boston, MA

"A Mind of Her Own: Father and Daughters Changing the World", Oak Park Public Library, Oak Park, IL November, 2006 "School of the Art Institute Art Therapy Faculty Show", Open Studio Project, Evanston, IL October, 2005 "Things Fall Apart", collages, Roaring Belly Glasswerks, Oak Park, IL, September, 2005.

“Words Within: Jewish Women’s Artist’s Network, a group with the Women’s Caucus for Art, Kraft Center Columbia/Barnard University, NYC, NY, February, 2007

“A Mind of Her Own: Father and Daughters Changing the World”, Oak Park Public Library, Oak Park, IL November, 2006

“Art Therapy Faculty Show”, Open Studio Project, Evanston, IL, 2005

“Things Fall Apart”, collages, Roaring Belly Glasswerks Gallery, Oak Park, IL, September, 2005

“Shekinah Series”, Village Players Theatre, Oak Park, IL, October, 2000

“Remembrance” Annual Day of the Dead Show, Oak Park Art League, October, 1999-2003

“Members Show, WomanMade Gallery, Chicago, IL August, 1999

“Seven Deadly Sins”, Oak Park Art League, February, 1996

“Domestic Watercolors”, River Forest Library, February, 1995

DiRicci Gallery, Edgewood College, Madison, WI November, 1994

Harold Washington Library, Chicago, AATA November, 1994

Concordia University, River Forest, IL IATA invitational Show, June, 1992

ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL IATA Show, July 1991

Beacon Street Gallery, Chicago, IL Women’s Caucus for Art, April, 1990

“Art by Art Therapists” Rush-Presbyterian-St.Luke’s Hospital, Chicago, IL, April, 1988

N.A.M.E. Gallery, collage show, Chicago, IL, January, 1988

“Art for Peace”, Prism Gallery, Evanston, IL, October, 1987

Artemesia Gallery, Women’s Caucus for Art Show, September, 1986

“Pictures Without a Story”, one-person show C.G. Jung Center, Evanston, IL, April, 1985

Spertus Museum of Judaica, Mask Show, Chicago, IL 1984, 1986

“Art by Art Therapists”, Firebird Gallery, Alexandria, VA, October, 1984

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SHOWS CURATED

“The Pomegranate Exercise,” Calypso Moon Gallery, Oak Park, IL, September, 2007

“Light and Dark”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, December, 2003

“The Glory of Books”, Oak Park Library, October, 2003

“Text/Context”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL September, 2003

“Mother Show”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, May, 2003

“Facing Homelessness: A Community Mask Project”, Oak Park Village Hall Gallery, Forest Park National Bank, Berwyn Public Library and Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, December, 2002

“Honoring Shekinah: Jewish Women’sVoices”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, May, 2001

“The Goddess Speaks”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, September, 2001

“Creative Expression Through Art and Writing: Works by Students of BEACONS Academy”, Studio Pardes, Oak Park, IL, July, 2001

PERFORMANCES

Witness to Our Times: A Performance/ Ritual/Invocation to the Creative Source, American Art Therapy Association Annual Conference opening plenary session, Chicago, IL, 2003

Points of Reference, Points of Departure, with Randy Vick and Martin Perdoux, IATA Annual Conference, River Forest, IL, May 1996

At the Intersection of Pain and Beauty or The Whale, with Randy Vick, AATA Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, November, 1995

Cauldron: Into the Pot with Thee, with Mariagnese Cattaneo and Cathy Malchiodi, AATA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, November, 1994

4 X 3: Artist, Healer, Clinician, Teacher, with Mariagnese Cattaneo and Cathy Malchiodi, AATA Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, November, 1992

Creating a Silence, with Dollie Hinch and Rosalind Wilcox, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL, July, 1991

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PUBLICATIONS

“Artist in Residence in the Studio of the Soul: A Quest for an Identity,” in Identity and Art Therapy. Ed. Maxine Borowsky Junge. Charles C Thomas: Springfield, IL. 2014.

“Art as Enquiry: Towards a Research Method That Holds Soul Truth,” in Art as research: Opportunities and challenges. Ed. Shaun McNiff. Intellect, The University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL 2013.

“Intention and witness: Tools for mindfulness,” in Mindfulness and the arts therapies. Eed. Laury Rappaport. Jessica Kingsley: London, 2014.

“The Presence of What is Absent: Art as Inquiry into Jewish Text,” CCAR Journal: The Reform Jewish Quarterly, with Adina Allen, Winter, 2013.

“Art as Enquiry: Towards a Research Method That Holds Soul Truth," Journal of Applied Arts & Health,” 3(1), 67-78, 2012.

“Technology in Art Therapy: Ethical Challenges,” ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA,” 28(4), 165-170, 2011.

“Special Issue on the Social Action and Advocacy Paradigm in Art Therapy: The Lens of Art Therapy Opens Larger Still,” guest editorial, ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA, 28(2), 48-49, 2011.

“Wielding the Shield: The Art Therapist as Conscious Witness in the Realm of Social Action”, and “Facing Homelessness: A Community Mask Making Project”, in Art therapy and social action. (2006) Frances Kaplan, ed. London: Jessica Kingsley.

“At the Crossroads of Terror and Beauty”, Poiesis. 8 pp 133-137 2006.

Art is a spiritual path. (2005) Boston: Shambhala Publications.

“Art making as a spiritual path: The open studio process as a way to practice art therapy”, in Approaches to art therapy: Theory and technique, 2nd edition (2001) Judith Aron Rubin, ed., Philadelphia: Brunner-Routledge.

“Intention and creativity: Art as spiritual practice”, in The soul of creativity. (1999) Tona Pearce Myers, ed., Novato, CA: New World Library.

“Writers need not be loners”, Viewpoint, ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA. 13(1) pp 60-61.

“Coyote comes in from the cold: The evolution of the open studio concept”, ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA. 12(3) pp 161-166.

Art is a way of knowing. (1995) Boston: Shambhala Publications.

“Artist in residence: An alternative to clinification for art therapists”, ART THERAPY: journal of the AATA. (1992). 9(1) pp 22-29.

“Guidelines for getting started in research”, in A guide to conducting art therapy research H. Wadeson, ed. (1992) Mundelein, IL, AATA.

“Annunciation”, poem, Daughters of Sarah. October, 1991, Volume 17 #5

“A consideration of transference in art therapy”, American Journal of Art Therapy. (1988). 26, pp 113-119.

The power of the image: A reconsideration of art as therapy. (1987). Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.

“Wasted wealth: Thoughts on discontinuing AATA conference proceedings”. Viewpoint. ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA. (1986). 3, 136.

“Integrating art therapy into an alcoholism treatment program”. American Journal of Art Therapy. (1985). 24, 10-13.

“Short term group art therapy”, American Journal of Art Therapy. (1983). 22, 93-97.

“The legacy of Margaret Naumburg”. ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA. (1983). 22, 93-97

“Art Making in clinical training for conceptualization, integration, and self-awareness”, with H. Wadeson, Leonardo: International journal of culture, art and education. (1983). 1, 5-6.

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BOOK REVIEWS

Moon journals: Writing, art, and inquiry through focused nature study, by Joni Chancer and Gina Rester-Zodrow. AJAT. (2000) 39, 29-30.

Desire and the female therapist: Engendered gazes in psychotherapy and art therapy, by Joy Schaverian, AJAT, (2000) 38, 90-91.

Art-based research, by Shaun McNiff, ART THERAPY: Journal of the AATA, (1999) 16, 155-156.

An encyclopedia of archetypal symbolism, by Beverly Moon, ed. AJAT (1993) 31, 123-124.

Existential art therapy: The canvas mirror, by Bruce Moon, AJAT (1991) 29 88-89.

Depth psychology of art, by Shaun McNiff, AJAT. (1990) 28, 115-116.

Using drawings in assessment and therapy, by Oster and Gould, AJAT. 26, 97.

The personality of the therapist: Proceedings of the 1981 international congress of psychopathology of expression, ed. Irene Jakab, AJAT, (1983). 21, 107.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Art Therapy Association, 1974-present
Illinois Art Therapy Association, 1980-present
Southern California Art Therapy Association, 2010-present
International Expressive Arts Therapy Association, 2005-present
New England Art Therapy Association, 1975-1980, President, 1977-1979
Chicago Artist’s Coalition, 1982-2003
Women’s Caucus for Art, 1992-present
Jewish Women’s Artist Network, 2007-present

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