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    Art Therapy Without Borders- Painting a Beautiful Picture Together


    The Art Therapy Alliance and International Art Therapy Organization (IATO) are proud to announce the launching of Art Therapy Without Borders, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 non-profit incorporation organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and networking purposes to promote, develop, and support international art therapy initiatives and the work of art therapists worldwide.

    Art Therapy Alliance and IATO have formed this umbrella organization to consolidate our programs, but still provide the art therapy community with a vital social network dedicated to education, research, information exchange, and service to others.

    Our vision includes:


    • To promote the therapeutic use of art and advancement of art therapy research in mental health, healthcare, educational, community, and independent practice settings;


    • To establish an international network of colleagues, students and other interested individuals;


    • To support the development of education, communication, and exchange of information on art therapy;



    • To promote understanding of art therapy through dissemination of leading edge news and development of media, online education, archives, and publications;


    • To encourage public recognition of art therapy through development of opportunities to serve to others in need, enhance health, and transform lives;


    • To advance collaborative research and program development




    For more information, please visit



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