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Boston, MA
Art Therapist
Boston, MA
Wisoky, Huel and Howe
Boston, MA
Art Therapist
  • Provide opportunities for and facilitate a variety of group and individual art therapy and interventions that promote development, self-expression and mastery
  • Works with team; builds and fosters professional relationships
  • Accepts feedback; makes suggestions
  • Works independently, schedules time efficiently, thinks proactively
  • Provides group and individual art therapy sessions to patients on various units within the main campus hospital
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Additional miscellaneous duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by employee's supervisor
Chicago, IL
Art Therapist Mission & Ministry Orlando
Chicago, IL
DuBuque-Corwin
Chicago, IL
Art Therapist Mission & Ministry Orlando
  • Performs other duties as assigned or directed to ensure the smooth operation of the department or center
  • Conducts assessments and administers individual and group art therapy sessions. Communicates effectively with patients ranging in age and functioning. Adheres to the American Art Therapy Association scope of practice, competencies and applies the art therapy process in pediatric and adult sessions
  • Works in conjunction with the Program Manager and Senior Director regarding budgetary matters
  • Attends department meetings, functions, staff in-service and community presentations as assigned by manager
  • Documents patient sessions in charting software and department documentation forms
  • Conducts effective research studies
  • Proficiency in visual art (drawing, painting, sculpture, and other art forms)
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Houston, TX
Bft-mgh Cancer Center Seeking Temporary Pediatric Art Therapist
Houston, TX
Kulas-Toy
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Houston, TX
Bft-mgh Cancer Center Seeking Temporary Pediatric Art Therapist
present
  • Board certified art therapist or working towards board certification with the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB)
  • To provide clinical art therapy services to patients and families in outpatient pediatric oncology and inpatient pediatrics
  • Responsible for maintaining art supplies inventory for workshop and art cart programs
  • Manages all facets of Kaleidoscope programs
  • Facilitate the Expressive Arts Cart, which brings art therapy services to patients and their families in the Cancer Center including the following areas: Cancer Center Infusion Units, Inpatient Pediatrics, Radiation Therapy, and the Pediatric Oncology Infusion Unit
  • Facilitate weekly Expressive Arts Workshops offered through the Katherine A. Gallagher Integrative Therapies Program
  • Works with other Cancer Center Departments to coordinate times for rotating art, and the openings, not to interrupt the care of patients and clinician work schedules
Education Education
Master’s Degree in Social Work
Master’s Degree in Social Work
Arizona State University
Master’s Degree in Social Work
Skills Skills
  • Ability to use the Microsoft Office Suite of software applications as well as ability to use or quickly become proficient in using Cerner charting software
  • Ability to quickly make sense of, combine and organize information into meaningful patterns
  • Ability to teach others how to express feelings and concerns through a variety of art modalities
  • Knowledge of individual and group behavior and dynamics and methods to encourage communication
  • Knowledge of a wide variety of creative and expressive activities that are age and developmentally appropriate
  • Knowledge of the important components of medical records documentation that reflect patient/family reactions and evidence of progress or regression
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the care of children, adolescents and adults by completing at least 75% of clinical competencies
  • Ability to come up with creative ideas and activities
  • Ability to communicate effectively-orally, verbally, and in writing
  • Ability to conduct sessions to improve patients mental and/or physical well-being
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Creative Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Master's Degree in Creative Arts Therapy or related field
  • NYS Creative Arts Therapy license
  • Knowledgeable in Creative Art Therapy treatment modality
  • Previous experience in a Pediatric and/or an Acute Care setting
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Creative Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Valid New York State Education Department license to practice Creative Arts Therapy
  • Knowledgeable in: Creative Art Therapy treatment modality or related field
  • Patient-oriented
  • Strong therapeutic skills and knowledge
  • National certification with appropriate creative arts therapy organization
  • 1+ year of clinical experience
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Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides group and individual art therapy sessions to patients on various units within the main campus hospital
  • Evaluates patient's treatment needs, abilities and resources
  • Maintains confidentiality of patients, staff, and hospital respecting patient's rights and dignity
  • Completes routine paperwork within prescribed time frames and accurately documents all pertinent and meaningful observations and information on appropriate forms
  • Attends and participates in designated plan of care team meetings concerning the patient and family, as appropriate
  • Adheres to general expectations for all employees in order that the program functions in an effective manner to meet the treatment needs of the patient
  • One year of experience in Art Therapy services in an inpatient hospital setting
  • Consideration will be made for time spent in practicum
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Expressive Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Masters Degree in Art, Music, Dance/Movement or Masters preferred in Recreation Therapy field preferred
  • Minimum 2 years' experience working with a mental health population
  • Current registration, certification or licensure in accordance with state and/or national board standards of specific field of expressive arts (i.e.,art, recreational, music, dance/movement therapy)
  • Must be able to work weekends, and have flexibility with scheduling
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Bft-mgh Cancer Center Seeking Temporary Pediatric Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • This position is to cover a maternity leave mid April – mid July 2017. Additional per diem hours may be available but not guaranteed
  • To provide clinical art therapy services to patients and families in outpatient pediatric oncology and inpatient pediatrics
  • Facilitate weekly Expressive Arts Workshops offered through the Katherine A. Gallagher Integrative Therapies Program
  • Populations served include all age groups. The art therapist must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate art activities to the age of the patients served
  • Facilitate the Expressive Arts Cart, which brings art therapy services to patients and their families in the Cancer Center including the following areas: Cancer Center Infusion Units, Inpatient Pediatrics, Radiation Therapy, and the Pediatric Oncology Infusion Unit
  • Provide individual art therapy sessions in the units described above, as well as with patients from oncology clinical practices
  • Maintain appropriate charting records and periodic reports on patient progress within electronic medical records system
  • Responsible for maintaining art supplies inventory for workshop and art cart programs
  • Adheres to the code of ethics and standards of practice as set forth by the Art Therapy Credentials Board
  • Support the Illuminations Program as needed
  • Manages all facets of Kaleidoscope programs
  • Organizes transition of artwork
  • Works with other Cancer Center Departments to coordinate times for rotating art, and the openings, not to interrupt the care of patients and clinician work schedules
  • Disseminates information about Kaleidoscope
  • Meets regularly with Pediatric Hematology/Oncology group regarding Kaleidoscope
  • Board certified art therapist or working towards board certification with the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB)
  • Master’s degree in Art Therapy from an accredited institution
  • An understanding, experience, and knowledge of working with a variety of art media and techniques
  • Provides art therapy services to patients and family members, while considering medical, developmental and psychosocial issues to determine priority and high-risk patients
  • Competently assesses, individualizes and evaluates plan of care based on family/patient physical, developmental and emotional needs
  • Knowledge of art therapy theory, techniques and practices
  • An understanding, knowledge, and experience of working with a variety of art media and techniques
  • Demonstration of a professional and caring approach with medical patients in all phases of illness and treatment
  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work with a diverse population
  • Knowledge and good practice of universal precautions, including hand hygiene
  • Follows established procedures and policies related to the care of medical patients
  • Adheres to the code of ethics and standards of practice as set forth by the Art Therapy Credentials Board, maintaining patient confidentiality and sensitivity to all issues encountered with patients
  • Must possess the ability to provide and to create for patients and their families, a safe environment, in which to effect change and growth on a personal level, through the use of art materials
  • The ability to design and implement art activities, which have the potential to serve as a diversional activity during treatment, alleviate or reduce stress, and promote positive emotions and attitudes
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Music Therapist / Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • STEP 1: Register by completing the online Personal Data Form at http://www.da.ks.gov/ps/aaa/recruitment/jobsteps.htm
  • STEP 2:Complete the official State of Kansas application form at http://www.da.ks.gov/ps/aaa/recruitment/intro.htm
  • STEP 3: Submit your online application to the specific agency designated on this job announcement
  • STEP 4: Submit additional required documents to the specific recruiter designated on this job announcement
  • Online State of Kansas Application form(send to Osawatomie State Hospital)
  • Resume, cover letter, Tax Clearance Certificate (send to Tammy Griffin, Tammy.Griffin@ks.gov)
  • KANSAS TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE REQUIRED: Each applicant applying for a State of Kansas job vacancy must obtain a valid Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance by accessing the Kansas Department of Revenue’s website at http://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html A Tax Clearance is a comprehensive tax account review to determine and ensure that an individual’s account is compliant with all primary Kansas Tax Laws. A Tax Clearance expires every 90 days. Applicants are responsible for submitting a valid certificate with all other application materials to the hiring agency. This is accordance with Executive Order 2004-03. If you need assistance with the tax clearance, please contact 913-755-7488
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Expressive Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor degree as specified by training requirements in area of specialization
  • Previous one year of experience in an acute inpatient psychiatric facility
  • Experience in chemical dependency setting with a clinical orientation
  • Currently credentialed with appropriate professional organization
  • BLS
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Expressive Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor degree as specified by training requirements in area of specialization required
  • Previous one year of experience in an acute inpatient psychiatric facility required
  • Experience in chemical dependency setting with a clinical orientation preferred
  • Currently credentialed with appropriate professional organization required
  • BLS required
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Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Art Therapist Registered (ATR) or actively attaining
  • Experience in providing clinical art therapy
  • Board Certified Art Therapist Registered (ATR-BC)
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Art Therapist Mission & Ministry Orlando Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to effectively relate to work and communicate with persons of diverse religious and/or cultural backgrounds
  • Ability to foster a sense of mission that enhances a culture of trust, experience of belonging and a future of hope within the hospital and healthcare team
  • Ability to communicate professionally in English; good grammatical skills
  • Proficiency in completing tasks using Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to work independently, follow-through with projects and works well under pressure
  • Skills and knowledge to perform clinical/therapeutic assessments and supervision for groups and/or individuals
  • Proficiency in visual art (drawing, painting, sculpture, and other art forms)
  • Ability to develop and facilitate art therapy research
  • Ability to apply the art therapy process towards a variety of populations in the medical setting in pediatrics and adults
  • Master’s degree in Art Therapy
  • Experience as an art therapist in a medical and/or oncology setting (preferred)
  • ATR (Registered Art Therapist); ATR-BC (Board-Certified Art Therapist); ATCS (Certified Supervisor) issued by the Art Therapy Credentials Board, Inc. (preferred)
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Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Additional miscellaneous duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time by employee's supervisor
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the care of children, adolescents and adults by completing at least 75% of clinical competencies
  • Assess and prioritize child/family needs for art therapy intervention; support patients and family members in coping with the stresses associated with the health care experience
  • Provide opportunities for and facilitate a variety of group and individual art therapy and interventions that promote development, self-expression and mastery
  • Evaluate emotional, social, mental and physical condition of referred patients utilizing therapeutic interventions and assessments
  • Provide education regarding development and psychosocial concerns of hospitalized child or children/adolescents living with chronic illness and regarding coping techniques to patients, family members and the larger community, as appropriate
  • Function and consult as a member of the interdisciplinary health care team, integrating goals and plans to promote optimal patient care that is family-centered and developmentally appropriate
  • On behalf of the Art Therapy program, collaborate with community partners to implement the arts in health care programs
  • Effective communication with the health care team
  • Works with team; builds and fosters professional relationships
  • Accepts feedback; makes suggestions
  • Sets priorities, asks questions, defines procedures
  • Works independently, schedules time efficiently, thinks proactively
  • Identifies customers; answers customers' questions
  • Stays current on art therapy technology that is appealing to children
  • Willingness to accept change
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Art Therapist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collaborates with the patient care team, communicates pertinent information, and attends rounds and care conferences (as needed) and documents information in Cerner
  • Develops, implements, evaluates, and adjusts treatment plan to meet needs of patient, based on assessment, patient interests, developmental level and objectives of therapy, as well as medical orders
  • Educates staff, community, donors and others on the use of Art Therapy and its role in the therapeutic process to promote healing and enhance coping skills
  • Identifies, measures, and takes action as needed to improve performance as needed to achieve goals
  • Keep daily statistics and other types of information, as requested by supervisor
  • Maintains and orders art supplies, as needed
  • Observes, analyzes, and records patients' participation, reactions and progress during treatment sessions, modifying treatment programs as needed
  • Plans, develops, and conducts art therapy sessions for children, adolescents, and young adults and their families to improve patients mental and physical well-being. Facilitate broad ranges of expression through non-verbal means, as well as verbal dialogue
  • Shows evidence of professional growth while keeping abreast of current developments in the profession
  • Works cooperatively with all Hospital staff, attends pertinent hospital meetings and trainings, completes required documentation as required by hospital documentation guidelines and complies with HIPAA regulations regarding patient information and confidentiality
  • Works with the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health and other fund raising organizations to secure funding for the Art Therapy program
  • Ability to come up with creative ideas and activities
  • Ability to communicate effectively-orally, verbally, and in writing
  • Ability to communicate information and ideas so that others understand, listen to and understand information and ideas presented and write so that others understand
  • Ability to conduct sessions to improve patients mental and/or physical well-being
  • Ability to develop treatment plan to meet needs of patient/family, based on needs assessment, patient interests and objectives of therapy
  • Ability to quickly make sense of, combine and organize information into meaningful patterns
  • Ability to teach others how to express feelings and concerns through a variety of art modalities
  • Ability to use the Microsoft Office Suite of software applications as well as ability to use or quickly become proficient in using Cerner charting software
  • Knowledge of a wide variety of creative and expressive activities that are age and developmentally appropriate
  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance, including individual differences in ability; personality, and interests; learning and motivation, and psychological research methods
  • Knowledge of individual and group behavior and dynamics and methods to encourage communication
  • Knowledge of information and techniques needed to diagnosis and treat patients and families
  • Knowledge of patients' medical and psychosocial needs based on accurate assessment of need
  • Knowledge of principles, methods and procedures to provide mental health services to individuals, groups and families with physical and mental illnesses using theories of art therapy, counseling and psychotherapy
  • Knowledge of the history and theory of art therapy; techniques or practices in art therapy; application of art therapy with children and their families; principles and practices of art therapy assessment, standards of practice in art therapy
  • Knowledge of the important components of medical records documentation that reflect patient/family reactions and evidence of progress or regression
  • Skill in active listening, communicating in writing effectively based on needs of person/group and talking to others to communicate effectively
  • Skill in adjusting actions appropriately in relation to others reactions
  • Skill in assessing the performance of oneself and/or others to make improvements or take corrective action
  • Skill in critical thinking and in identifying alternative solutions or approaches
  • Skill in perceptiveness-being aware of others reactions and understanding why they react the way they do
  • Skill in selecting and using methods and procedures appropriate for the situation
  • Skill in talking to others to convey information effectively