MS - Art Therapy Concentration
The 69-credit concentration in art therapy gives a broad understanding of the most current theory and research related to clinical art therapy, mental health counseling, and trauma. The program prepares graduates for state licensure and national certification in professional counseling (LPC/NCC), and the art therapy credentials of registration and board certification (ATR-BC).
The art therapy concentration is a 69-credit, 23-course curriculum that can be completed in two to three years.
2022 Art Show
This art show celebrates the creative efforts of Jefferson Community and Trauma Counseling, Art Therapy concentration students, alumni, and faculty. The artwork was inspired by personal growth and clinical learning.