The M.S. in Creative Arts Therapy is approved by NY State as a licensure-qualifying program. Graduates are eligible to apply for a provisional license as a Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT).
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An authentic inter-professional teaching and learning building on campus where students and faculty can collaborate in clinical services, research, and the development of innovative practices.
Students of all majors are invited to learn about the creative arts therapy profession and other related topics.
Take a one-week intensive course that covers intercultural and ethical issues in creative arts therapy at the NIARTE Institute in Brevens Bruk, Sweden.