Class of 2012 Thesis Presentations

The graduating students of the class of 2012 presented their theses on Friday, April 20, at the National Arts Club. For our students, the writing and presentation of the thesis project culminates two years of theoretical study and clinical application of art therapy. Nineteen students investigated topics including “The Video Camera as a Witness to the Life Review of a Dying Man,” by Katie Fitzsimmons, and “Art-Making as Self Care for Art Therapists Working with Inpatient Psychiatric Populations,” by Alexandra Caminiti.

Student Lucy Scott presents thesis

Lucy Scott (class of 2012) presents "The Art of Attunement: How Neurobiology Informs the Art Therapy Treatment of a 5-year-old girl with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder."

Students, family and members of the public gathered to learn about the research our students conducted during their time at School of Visual Arts.  A reception followed to celebrate their accomplishments. Congratulations to the class of 2012!

Class of 2012

SVA MPS Art Therapy Class of 2012




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