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hmazloomian hmazloomian is offline
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Lightbulb Working together as art therapists

I want to invite a discussion regarding art therapists forming professional relationships and acting more as a group. For example to be considered for certain kinds of insurance you need to be a member of a clinic and charge for your services together. I feel frustrated that as art therapists we are not banding together as much as social workers and psychologists do. They who don’t seem to have a problem finding one another and sharing overhead costs and supporting one another in business relationships. I like to talk with you all, but especially with those of you in the Chicagoland area about possibilities of professional and scholarly collaboration. Please read Lyn Kapitan’s latest article in the AATA’s News letter. It encapsulates our dilemma as a profession. If you want to change things in a practical sense let us talk.
Hoda Mazloomian. MAAT, ATR-BC, LCPC
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