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Unread February 5th, 2006, 01:21 PM
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Red face Going into Art therapist or Art psychologist?

Hi all,

I am pretty new to this science/psychology/CBT area, currently still a student studying psychology, part-time degree course while working.
I am planning of moving into art therapy area in next 3 years time. I am not sure if it's in for me, but i believe that art do heals and allows one to express.And would like to move into this field after spending quite some time doing community volunteer & i found that i am not helping people enough...

I understand that i have to take up master to practice as a psychologist, but i am looking career path relating to counselling+CBT+Art therapy for kids, not sure if it's possible.

DO i have to get a degree in art to be in art psychologist? Or should i move on to take a childhood related course is it's in for kid?

Any expertist advice for the educational path, career path or advice in this area?
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