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  • Introduction, method, process and explanation of the “Make a Scribble Technique” presented by Mala Betensky.

    The Making of a Scribble

  • This collection of three short historical films explores a range of topics relating to artists working outside the cultural mainstream.

    Three Films About Outsider Artists

  • In picture and word Deborah Koff-Chapin recounts her inspiring story of the discovery of Touch Drawing, and its varied therapeutic uses. Interweaving themes also include the relationship between creativity, personal health and community.

    Through the Veil: The Story of Touch Drawing

  • 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

  • In this film Patricia Waters examines the inner journey of her life, viewing 50 years of her artwork as a process of self-revelation and transformation.

    Transformation through Art: A Personal Mythic Journey

  • This film follows the course of 26 years of intermittent treatment with a client who first entered therapy at age 4 due to abuse, neglect, and abandonment. Dr. Gussie Klorer, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM, is the therapist and narrates the film.

    Trauma & Attachment Issues

  • In this lecture, Dr. Hadar Lubin, Ph.D., a psychiatrist from Israel, trained and practicing in the U.S., presents an in-depth foundational overview of the principles and techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy.

    Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy

  • This two part documentary film highlights two art therapists of color in the United States: Georgette Seabrooke Powell and Cliff Joseph.

    Two Art Therapy Pioneers of Color

  • With Anne Brownell’s articulate narration, the viewer is given an intimate look at the work of two pioneers in expressive arts therapy – Norma Canner and Penny Lewis.

    Two Dance Therapy Workshops

  • Dr. Gladys Agell Ph.D., ATR-BC, HLM, administers the UPAP to a patient at Walter Reed. Dr. Agell discusses Trey and his responses to the UPAP with observers.

    Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure

  • This rare footage shows Elinor Ulman and Bernard Levy at Walter Reed Army Medical Center presenting the Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP) at the hospitals psychiatric grand rounds.

    Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP)

  • This documentary respectfully explores traumatic memory through interviews with six survivors of World War II internment camps. Creating helps them remember and tell their stories to art therapist Janice Hoshino.

    Visual Memories: Japanese American Internment Survivors & Art Therapy