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  • This film traverses the art and art therapy life of Mildred Lachman-Chapin, better known as Millie Chapin (1922-2019).

    Mildred Lachman Chapin: Artist & Art Therapist

  • This film provides the viewer with an observation of a clinical session between Natalie Rogers and a cis-gender, female emerging adult.

    Natalie Rogers: Expressive Arts Therapy

  • The documentary film, made in 1972, has now become a classic. It is, in fact, the only film documentation of Dora Kalff’s work in which she shows and explains her method of therapy with children.

    Sandplay: A Film with Dora M. Kalff

  • 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 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

  • Created and implemented by art therapist Mickie McGraw, “Wheel Art” is a dynamic approach for those in a wheelchair.

    Wheel Art: An Inspired Idea

  • 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: 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!