Expressive Media

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  • This documentary highlights the psychological and educational lessons that Fred Rogers taught through music, puppetry and metaphor – in a powerful way that was both authentic and direct.

    Lessons from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

  • This film shows activities in multiple arts modalities—music, dance, art, and drama—in a creative arts program for young children at risk for the development of emotional problems.

    The Arts as Therapy with Children

  • Eleanor Irwin developed The Family Puppet Interview in collaboration with her colleague, Elaine Portner. Elaine created this teaching tape with the help of a volunteer (non-patient) family to illustrate the elements of the session and related data analysis procedure.

    The Family Puppet Interview

  • This film is about the contributions of Dr. Penny Lewis, a prolific writer and educator in the field of dance/movement therapy.

    To Move is to be Alive

  • This documentary highlights art therapists of color in the United States who were instrumental in shaping the multicultural perspective within the American Art Therapy Association.

    Wheels of Diversity in Art Therapy: Pioneers of Color

  • This film is about courage, commitment, and creative coping. It tells the story of Mickie McGraw, who overcame polio at age 11 to become an art therapy pioneer.

    Yes You Can!