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So You Want to Be an Adjunct Art Therapy Professor

Want to be an adjunct professor of art therapy? It is rewarding work, but it has also been called "the fast-food worker of the academic world." Here is what you need to know about being an adjunct professor in the field of art therapy—and a heads-up on the current movement to unionize the profession. Read More

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Cathy Malchiodi is an art therapist, visual artist, independent scholar, and author of 13 books on arts therapies, including The Art Therapy Sourcebook.


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