Creative Arts Therapy
Established in 1970, Pratt’s Graduate Department of Creative Arts Therapy is one of the oldest graduate creative arts therapy training programs in the country. Students learn art and dance/movement therapy skills as applied to a wide variety of patient populations. Settings and situations include psychiatric inpatient and outpatient, substance abuse, geriatric, special education, families, therapeutic nurseries, after-school programs, medical rehabilitation, Child Life, AIDS, the homeless, physical/sexual abuse, eating disorders, and prevention/wellness.
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Our Degree Programs
The Master of Professional Studies in Art Therapy and Creativity Development, a 53-credit, two-year, professional degree program that provides a synthesis of creative, aesthetic, and psychotherapeutic theory.
The Master of Science in Dance/Movement Therapy, a 56-credit, two-year, professional degree program that provides a synthesis of creative, aesthetic, and psychotherapeutic theory.
The Master of Professional Studies in Art Therapy (Special Education), a 53-credit, two-year, professional degree program that is intended to train art therapists who want to work with special education populations, not as art teachers.
We are now accepting applicants for our Fall 2014 Academic Year and Spring 2014 Low Residency Programs.
Learn more about our Low Residency Spring Summer Program. We are still accepting applicants for Spring and Fall 2014.
Creative Arts Therapy Department
East Building, 3rd Floor
200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205