Creative Arts Therapy

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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.

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.

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