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Creative Healing in Mental Health

Creative Healing in Mental Health

with Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD
Here is a rare opportunity to witness world-famous art and drama therapists working with clients from all walks of life on their journeys to healing, including an adolescent boy with Asperger’s, families affected by cancer, an Alzheimer’s patient, and combat veterans. 
Art Therapy Has Many Faces

Art Therapy Has Many Faces

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video provides an introductory glimpse into the exciting and dynamic world of art therapy. With footage from art therapy sessions conducted all over the world and spanning several decades, you’ll see the diversity of the field and the many benefits to incorporating an art therapy approach into your practice.
A Brush With Life

A Brush With Life

with Suzanne Hamel
Filmed over two years, A Brush with Life is the compelling portrait of Diane, a gifted artist struggling to free herself from mental illness through an innovative art therapy program at the Louis-H. Lafontaine Hospital, Montréal’s largest psychiatric hospital.
Womens Rites & Body Speaks: Expressive Arts Groups for Growth

Womens Rites & Body Speaks: Expressive Arts Groups for Growth

with Georgina Jahner, Comer Rudd-Gates
This video is a compilation of two films—gemstones of information for those valuing the expressive arts as avenues of treatment for persons seeking healing in mental health settings. 
A Childs Grief

A Childs Grief

with Simcha Jacobovici
Children express grief differently than adults, but their pain is just as real and their feelings equally as intense. “A Child’s Grief” takes viewers into the lives of eight children in bereavement support group. 
A Time to Dance: The Life & Work of Norma Canner

A Time to Dance: The Life & Work of Norma Canner

with Norma Canner
This unique, inspiring film provides viewers the opportunity to discover the life and work of Norma Canner, a dance teacher, therapist and pioneer in the field of dance movement therapy, and former instructor at Lesley Expressive Therapy Graduate Schools in Cambridge, MA, and Israel.
Voices From Inside - Women Prisoners and Their Children Speak Out

Voices From Inside - Women Prisoners and Their Children Speak Out

with Karina Epperlein
This video shows a therapist working with imprisoned women as they use dance, music, and art to share their experiences of prison life - those that include separation, shame, and also shared affection.
Don Seiden: Chicago Art Therapy Pioneer

Don Seiden: Chicago Art Therapy Pioneer

with Multiple Therapists
This video is a compilation of five short films about Don Seiden, an art therapy pioneer who lived and worked in Chicago. Don’s art, life and contributions to the field of Art Therapy are portrayed from a variety of perspectives, all illuminating how his personal creative process is central to his approach to art therapy, art making and teaching. 
An Archived ITR Graphic Narrative Session

An Archived ITR Graphic Narrative Session

with Linda Gantt
This session demonstrates the core of ITR for treating trauma. Linda helps Diane to create a “Graphic Narrative” – a trauma story done in a series of drawings on separate pieces of paper, based on the Instinctual Trauma Response – ITR. A “before” and an “after” drawing serve as bookends to make the story complete and – most importantly – to finally bring the trauma to an end.
Harriet Wadeson: A Prolific Pioneer

Harriet Wadeson: A Prolific Pioneer

with Multiple Therapists
This compilation of videos is about Harriet Wadeson and provides the viewer with a thorough understanding of her contributions to the field of art therapy from the 1960s until her death in 2016. 
Visual Memories: Japanese-American Internment Survivors and Art Therapy

Visual Memories: Japanese-American Internment Survivors and Art Therapy

with Janice Hoshino
Visual Memories: Internment Survivors and Art Therapy is a documentary following six individuals who had been sent to internment camps during World War II and what they recall of these experiences while making art.
Art & Drama Sessions with Two Young Families

Art & Drama Sessions with Two Young Families

with Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD
Videotaped sessions from two families show similarities and differences in art and drama family sessions, but interactional patterns and conflicts are illustrated in both, including issues of dominance/submission; victim/aggressor; problem-maker/problem-solver.
Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy

Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy

with Hadar Lubin
In this lecture, Dr. Hadar Lubin, PhD, presents an in-depth foundational overview of the principles and techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy.
Art & Drama Therapy: Child Life Inservice Workshop

Art & Drama Therapy: Child Life Inservice Workshop

with Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD
This video shows excerpts from a workshop conducted by Judy Rubin, an art therapist, and Ellie Irwin, a drama therapist, with 9 Child Life Therapists and a Music Therapist at a Children’s Hospital. The group is led in art and drama activities, illustrating possible interventions with seriously ill children. In addition to the potential use of the specific exercises, instruction is offered throughout about basic principles for sensitivity and success in ways of incorporating art and drama more safely and effectively. Staff members are invited to raise questions during the training.
Art as Therapy for Cancer

Art as Therapy for Cancer

with Janice Kaminsky, Dirk Wales
This collection regales the viewer with a visual feast of three beautifully filmed videos. Each illustrates another facet of art helping individuals to navigate their cancer experience. Art provides an irreplaceable psychological healing experience during the trauma of cancer.
Art as Therapy for the Trauma of War

Art as Therapy for the Trauma of War

with Judith Aron Rubin
This is a grouping of films with the common thread of how art has been used throughout history as therapy for the trauma of war. From prisoners in World War II to those that survived the War in Vietnam, the collection shines a light on veterans who turned to art to help them process their intense feelings. 


Art as Transformation: the Life & Work of Shaun McNiff

Art as Transformation: the Life & Work of Shaun McNiff

with Hephzibah Kaplan, Shaun McNiff, Bruce Moon
This video contains two films that chronicle the contributions of Dr. Shaun McNiff in expressive arts therapies. His distinctive way of engaging and motivating groups promotes intense involvement by the participants.
Empathy, Neurology, and the Creative Brain

Empathy, Neurology, and the Creative Brain

with Alice Flaherty
Empathy, Neurology, & The Creative Brain is a lecture delivered by Alice Flaherty about the neurological function of both creativity and empathy as they pertain to mental illness and health. In it she offers a cogent exploration of the impact of creativity to both support and obstruct well being. 
Art Programs for Individuals with Disabilities

Art Programs for Individuals with Disabilities

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video examines four different studio programs for artists with disabilities including Creative Growth in Oakland, California, The Art Therapy Studio Cleveland, Ohio, The Yamagata Fellows International Training Center in New York, and The Artists Workshop in Turin Italy.
Art Therapy for Individuals with AIDS & Cancer

Art Therapy for Individuals with AIDS & Cancer

with Ellen Urbani
One might, at first, think that this video is about Occupational Therapy, as we view Roger, a cancer patient, discuss his project with his art therapist. But asked to talk about how therapy helped him to cope with depression, the emotional and psychological tone of the video changes. 
Art Therapy for Two Adults with Physical Disabilities

Art Therapy for Two Adults with Physical Disabilities

with Mickie McGraw, Ashok Shah
In this video is a compilation of two films about the foundational aspects of art centered therapy, including its art educative, media exploration focus.
Arts in the Environment: Going to the Source

Arts in the Environment: Going to the Source

with Norma Canner
In this video, Norma Canner, a movement/dance therapist, works with a diverse group of men and women for four days in the wilderness to experience creative expression and rediscover a child's sense of wonder. 
Art Therapy for Youngsters in Schools and the Community

Art Therapy for Youngsters in Schools and the Community

with Judith Aron Rubin
Explore the implementation of art therapy interventions for students with behavioral and/or academic challenges in different school settings. Case studies of elementary and high school students are profiled at two different locations: a public school in the United States and two in England, and underscore the need for accessible interventions in schools.
The Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS): An Interview with Barry M. Cohen

The Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS): An Interview with Barry M. Cohen

with Barry M. Cohen
This video provides a rare, authoritative introduction to the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) by the art therapist largely responsible for its creation and promotion, Barry M. Cohen.
Art Therapy in a Military Hospital

Art Therapy in a Military Hospital

with Paula Howie
The Art and Activities Therapy Programs introduces participants to the power of self-expression, self-understanding and introspection, as well as helps them cope with stress, ameliorate feelings of isolation, increase self-esteem and self-worth, and solicit mutual support.
Art Therapy in the Public Schools

Art Therapy in the Public Schools

with Janet Bush
The Miami-Dade County Public Schools Clinical Art Therapy Program for grades K-12 offers opportunities to work through obstacles to educational success and helps students experience benefits such as a decrease in disruptive behaviors, experience feelings of empowerment, belonging and confidence. 
The Acoustic Memory Project

The Acoustic Memory Project

with Bruce Moon
The Acoustic Memory Project is a concert/performance by art therapist, Dr. Bruce L. Moon. It is a collection of original music and spoken-word, recounting the early days of art therapy in the United States and the formation of the American Art Therapy Association. 
Clinical Art Therapy with Families

Clinical Art Therapy with Families

with Maxine Junge, Helen B. Landgarten, Shirley Riley
Being a real family art therapist is different than just using art with the family,” states Maxine Junge, Ph.D, ATR-BC, HLM who hosts this historic look at the work of three premier family art therapists. Learn from these pioneers’ actual art therapy sessions with families in need. 
Couples Art Therapy Group: One Member has ADHD

Couples Art Therapy Group: One Member has ADHD

with Diane Safran
Led by Board Certified Art Therapist and licensed marriage/family therapist, Diane Safran, this is a film of an art therapy group for couples where one partner was diagnosed with ADHD. The group met for over a decade. 
Couples Art Therapy

Couples Art Therapy

with Mala Betensky
This film features Dr. Mala Betensky, one of the pioneers in art therapy, doing art therapy with a middle-aged couple struggling with relationship and communication difficulties.
Couples: Two Art Evaluations

Couples: Two Art Evaluations

with Carole Kunkle-Miller, Harriet Wadeson
Two art therapists, Carole Kunkle-Miller and Harriet Wadeson, conduct art therapy assessments with couples. They demonstrate that the art exercises performed enable the couples to discuss their issues. One sees how members of a couple can work nonverbally as well as how they perceive each other and wish their partner to be. 
Creativity & Coping: When the Therapist is Ill

Creativity & Coping: When the Therapist is Ill

with Michael A. Franklin, Harriet Wadeson
Prominent Art Therapists and their Journeys to Healing

This is a grouping of presentations from the Expressive Therapies in Medicine Institute in Alexandria, Virginia, April 2013.

Crossing Cultures: Introducing Child Art Therapy to India

Crossing Cultures: Introducing Child Art Therapy to India

with Judith Aron Rubin
The 2007 Savera Seminar in Chennai, India represents a seminal event in the development of art therapy in India. This video offers foundational information on art therapy and developmental art stages, highlighting the usefulness of engaging children in the arts as a tool to understanding their world view and experience.
Art Therapy IS: A Film & Two Groups for Those with Chronic Mental Illness

Art Therapy IS: A Film & Two Groups for Those with Chronic Mental Illness

with Lore Baer
Witness the experiences of chronically mentally ill clients as they prepare for an exhibit. Baer talks with them as they create and review their artwork, validates their accomplishments, reminds them of past artwork, and makes observations to stimulate creative thinking. 
Art Therapy Review Session with Ed, a Cancer Survivor

Art Therapy Review Session with Ed, a Cancer Survivor

with Paula Howie
Ed, a long-term cancer survivor, discusses his therapeutic artwork. Articulate and introspective, Ed deliberates about what he was experiencing as well as the physical and psychological issues arising from his long course of treatment for testicular cancer. 
Art Therapy with Blind Children

Art Therapy with Blind Children

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video tells the story of an exploratory art program in a school for blind children with multiple disabilities. Exceeding all expectations regarding their abilities, they express powerful feelings in and through their art. 
Art Therapy with Older Adults

Art Therapy with Older Adults

with Judith Aron Rubin
Explore how art therapy can enrich and give meaning to older adults; and can affirm the wisdom and self-awareness that comes to those who have lived a full life, and developed the capacity to manage a multitude of challenges. 
Art Therapy: A Universal Language for Healing

Art Therapy: A Universal Language for Healing

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video demonstrates the power of art as a universal language for healing in all cultures. From its beginnings in Europe to its development in the US and the UK, art therapy has spread rapidly to all parts of Europe, as well as to Central and South America, Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Art Therapy: A Classic Film by UK Pioneers

Art Therapy: A Classic Film by UK Pioneers

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video's aim was to complement early UK publications on Art Therapy in the 1980s, and to respond to the many questions from interested members of the public, potential students and employers as to what actually happens in art therapy sessions.
Arts Interviews with Four Young Women

Arts Interviews with Four Young Women

with Carole Kunkle-Miller, Myra Levick, Rosemarie Perla
Two art therapists demonstrate three different approaches while working with four young women to  identify and address problems they are experiencing. Through drawing, they gain insight into the issues involved as well as ways of confronting them.
With Eyes Wide Open

With Eyes Wide Open

with Laurence Becker
This video tells the story of Richard Wawro, an artist from Scotland who was diagnosed with autism from a very young age. Despite severely limited vision, Wawro was deeply invested in his drawings and was supported by Dr. Becker, the producer of the film and an expert on the condition. 
Inside the Perfect Circle: The Odyssey of Joel Thome

Inside the Perfect Circle: The Odyssey of Joel Thome

with Joel Thome
An intriguing music documentary about world-traveled composer and conductor Joel Thome, “Inside The Perfect Circle” provides a close personal look at Thome’s career and philosophy and how he used music as a resource for healing following a stroke, resuming composing and returning to the stage.
Through the Veil - Story of Touch Drawing

Through the Veil - Story of Touch Drawing

with Deborah Koff-Chapin, Zachary Van Den Berg
Deborah Koff-Chapin, creator of Touch Drawing®, shares her personal journey using this expressive process. Updated with an additional three-minute documentary of a live workshop, plus a 15-minute TED-style talk recorded in 2015, the film interweaves themes of creativity, personal health, and community.
Three Films about Outsider Artists

Three Films about Outsider Artists

with Irene Jakab, Alfred Bader, Pedro Orrego, Judith Aron Rubin
This collection of three short historical films explores a range of topics relating to artists working outside the cultural mainstream.
Do Not Go Gently

Do Not Go Gently

with Melissa Godoy
Narrated by Walter Cronkite, this award-winning film illustrates the benefits of incorporating creativity and expressive arts into the lives and treatment of elders. 
Symbolic Healing: A Story of Art & Cancer

Symbolic Healing: A Story of Art & Cancer

with Suzanne Lovell
Suzanne Palmer Lovell, PhD, traces her journey from the diagnosis of uterine cancer through her subsequent surgery and recovery. Using art, movement and dreams, she began to befriend herself as part of her healing and reclamation of her body, mind and spirit.
Arts Therapies for Children with Disabilities in School

Arts Therapies for Children with Disabilities in School

with Judith Aron Rubin
In this video, arts therapists with specialties in dance/movement, music, and art are seen working with special needs children of elementary school age in different schools, explaining why they work the way they do. 
The Meaning of Mandalas

The Meaning of Mandalas

with Susanne Fincher
Discover why mandalas are deeply meaningful, and learn how to create and interpret mandalas for insight, healing, and self-expression.
Dancing on Blood

Dancing on Blood

with Arthur Robbins
Dr. Arthur Robbins, a pioneer in art therapy, demonstrates how aesthetic communication transforms psychodynamic treatment.
The Journey of Butterfly

The Journey of Butterfly

with Robert E. Frye
Cine Golden Eagle award winning The Journey of Butterfly weaves together music, art, poetry and the history of children imprisoned in the Ghetto Terezin from 1941 to 1945, where they created the art, performed operas and concerts. 
No Unwounded Soldiers

No Unwounded Soldiers

with Rebecca L. Abbott
This documentary follows a group of American war veterans as they explore the deep and lasting effects that the Afghanistan and Iraq wars had on them, their families, and their communities, and how the arts can help with their healing.
FOAT®: Focusing Oriented Art Therapy: An Introduction

FOAT®: Focusing Oriented Art Therapy: An Introduction

with Laury Rappaport
Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy (FOAT®) is a mindfulness-based approach that integrates Focusing, developed by Dr. Eugene Gendln, with the expressive arts therapies. This video showcases a workshop presented by Laury Rappaport at the 2nd World Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy Conference. 
Founders & Foundations: Art Therapy in America

Founders & Foundations: Art Therapy in America

with Judith Aron Rubin
Produced in cooperation with the American Art Therapy Association (AATA), this compilation contains two films, Art Therapy Beginnings – Assessing Clients for Treatment and Visionaries, Pioneers, and Early Settlers – The Story of the American Art Therapy Association.
Dance Therapy Workshops

Dance Therapy Workshops

with Norma Canner, Penny Lewis
With Anne Brownell’s articulate narration, the viewer is given an intimate look at the work of two pioneers in expressive arts therapy – Norma Canner and Penny Lewis. 
Drama Therapy with Children

Drama Therapy with Children

with Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD
In Drama Therapy with Children, Dr. Eleanor Irwin helps viewers understand the vast potential of play-acting as a tool in child psychology. Topics include spontaneous dramatic play, puppetry, body movement, storytelling, and dream exploration by children of all ages in school and community settings. 

Expressive Arts Therapy Groups

Expressive Arts Therapy Groups

Two films make up Expressive Arts Therapy Groups - both demonstrating expressive modalities and major therapeutic tools, along with music, movement, poetry, and filmmaking.
Family Art Evaluations

Family Art Evaluations

with Judith Aron Rubin
Dr. Judy Rubin shows how to apply art therapy theory and use art for assessment with families. One will discover how the art therapist and family simultaneously gain insight through experience in the assessment process.
Family Video Art Therapy

Family Video Art Therapy

with Irene Jakab, Judith Aron Rubin
Family Video Art Therapy documents two family art evaluation sessions and a follow-up video feedback session conducted by Irene Jakab, MD, PhD and Judith Rubin, PhD, ATR. As they discuss their drawings, they reflect on their feelings and discuss them with the facilitators.
FOAT® Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy: Client Demonstration 1

FOAT® Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy: Client Demonstration 1

with Laury Rappaport
Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy (FOAT) is a mindfulness-based approach that integrates Focusing, developed by Dr. Eugene Gendln, with the expressive arts therapies. This video showcases Laury Rappaport working with a client.
Gestalt Child Therapy: Three Individual Sessions

Gestalt Child Therapy: Three Individual Sessions

with Violet Oaklander
In this video, Violet Oaklander sensitively guides two children in the exploration of their conflicts while engaging them in the therapeutic use of clay and sand. 
Group Art Therapy: Adolescents with ADHD

Group Art Therapy: Adolescents with ADHD

with Diane Safran
Led by Board Certified Art Therapist Diane Safran, this psychoeducational group focused on self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, and managing ADHD for middle school youth.
Individual & Joint Art Therapy with Mother & Child

Individual & Joint Art Therapy with Mother & Child

with Laura Greenstone, Judith Aron Rubin, Cindi Westendorf
Three art therapists demonstrate how to involve family in the process of art therapy as the young patients express grief and adolescent angst.
Individual Art Interviews with Adolescents

Individual Art Interviews with Adolescents

with Judith Aron Rubin
Judith A. Rubin implements art-based questions to gain insight related to the development of adolescents. Through meeting with individuals one-on-one and showing curiosity about the art as well as the individual, Judy uncovers situational, transitional, and environmental factors underlying their behavior.

Individual Art Therapy in Cancer Care

Individual Art Therapy in Cancer Care

with Elizabeth Stone
Liz Stone & Cancer Patient

This is a 3-part live-session demonstration film, featuring art therapist Elizabeth Stone and a 55 year-old female cancer patient, Lucette.

Individual Art Therapy with Neurologically Impaired Youth

Individual Art Therapy with Neurologically Impaired Youth

with Pierre Boenig-Scherel, Carole Kunkle-Miller, Craig Siegel
This video features three art therapists working individually with neuro-diverse boys between 11 and 18 years old. In its three different experiential vignettes many instructional points are conveyed in vivo. 
Individual Art Therapy with Two Women

Individual Art Therapy with Two Women

with Pierre Boenig-Scherel, Arthur Robbins
This two-part video demonstrates two approaches to working with women who struggle with depression and interpersonal relationships. Through art, they can begin to externalize and express their feelings.

Individual Child Therapy: Art & Sandtray

Individual Child Therapy: Art & Sandtray

with Judith Rubin, PhD & Eleanor Irwin, PhD, Carole Kunkle-Miller
While many arts therapists doing child assessments have adequate play space and an abundance of play materials, this is not always the case. This video showcases how therapists can help a child make up a personalized story or fantasy regardless of abundancy of materials.

Individual Dance/Movement Therapy

Individual Dance/Movement Therapy

with Penny Lewis
This in-depth dance/movement therapy session provides a window into the brilliant work of Penny Lewis, Ph.D. Dr. Lewis illustrates her ability to adeptly integrate sophisticated theory, using the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) and psychodynamic theory into her clinical practice. 
Individual Puppet Therapy with Four Children

Individual Puppet Therapy with Four Children

with Eleanor C. Irwin
This video shows four different children (ages 6 to 13 years old) in therapy using puppets. Through four different sessions, conducted by three different therapists (two drama therapists, and one child psychiatrist), one can see how the clinician listens to and follows the interactions. 
Integrating the Arts in Therapy: Learning from the Pioneers

Integrating the Arts in Therapy: Learning from the Pioneers

with Sharon Chaiklin, Eliana Gil, Peggy Heller, Eleanor C. Irwin, Clive Robbins, Judith Aron Rubin
This film documents over 6 hours of a weekend-long conference called “Integrating the Arts in Therapy: Art, Music, Dance, Drama, Poetry, Play,” held July 2009 in Alexandria, Virginia.
Lessons from Mister Rogers Neighborhood

Lessons from Mister Rogers Neighborhood

with Judith Aron Rubin
This documentary highlights the psychological and educational lessons that Fred Rogers taught through music, puppetry and metaphor – in a powerful way that was both authentic and direct.
The Making of a Scribble

The Making of a Scribble

with Aina Nucho, Mala Betensky
This video includes the introduction, method, process and explanation of the “Make a Scribble Technique” presented by Mala Betensky. 
Mildred Lachman Chapin: Artist & Art Therapist

Mildred Lachman Chapin: Artist & Art Therapist

with Judith Aron Rubin
This film explores the art and art therapy life of Mildred Lachman Chapin, better known as Millie Chapin (1922-2019). 
Same Child Seen by 2 Art Therapists

Same Child Seen by 2 Art Therapists

with Edith Kramer, Judith Aron Rubin
In this video, two noted pioneers in art therapy, Dr. Judith Rubin and Edith Kramer, provide an art therapy session for the same child, a 10-year-old girl in the outpatient clinic of Walter Reed Army Medical Center. 
Sesame Drama & Movement Therapy

Sesame Drama & Movement Therapy

with Mary Smail
This film introduces the work of the Sesame Institute UK and International, a London based charity which was born out of a dream of the founder, Marian Billy Lindkvist, in1964. Taking its name from the ancient Ali Baba story, the password “Open Sesame” opens door to inner riches.
Studio Art Therapy Group in a Military Hospital

Studio Art Therapy Group in a Military Hospital

with Paula Howie
This informative film shows two sessions from an open-ended art therapy group from Walter Reed Army Medical Center. All soldiers in this group were leaving the military and each had to decide and make a personal commitment to attend the group. Paula Howie, HLM, ATR-BC, is the art therapist.
Teenage Siblings: Three Joint Sessions in Drama & Art

Teenage Siblings: Three Joint Sessions in Drama & Art

with Eleanor C. Irwin, Rosemarie Perla, Judith Aron Rubin
In this video, teenaged siblings, Ben and Anna, are in expressive therapy (art and drama) sessions. The video provides three different examples of how different therapists use their helping skills that might be applied to work with couples or groups as well.
The Arts as Therapy with Children

The Arts as Therapy with Children

with Judith Aron Rubin
This video shows activities in multiple arts modalities—music, dance, art, and drama—in a creative arts program for young children at risk for the development of emotional problems.
The Family Puppet Interview

The Family Puppet Interview

with Elaine S. Portner
This teaching video demonstrates how a therapist observes the decision making process within a family, the roles and patterns of behavior among family members, and the symbolic communication in their play with puppets.
To Move is to Be Alive

To Move is to Be Alive

with Judith Aron Rubin
This film is about the contributions of Dr. Penny Lewis, a prolific writer and educator in the field of dance/movement therapy. 
Transformation through Art - A Personal Mythic Journey

Transformation through Art - A Personal Mythic Journey

with Patricia Waters
In this video Patricia Waters, MA, ATR, examines the inner journey of her life, viewing 50 years of her artwork as a process of self-revelation and transformation. 
Trauma & Attachment Issues

Trauma & Attachment Issues

with P. Glussie Klorer
This video, narrated by Dr. Gussie Klorer, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM, follows the course of 26 years of intermittent treatment with a client who first entered therapy at age 4 due to abuse, neglect, and abandonment. 
Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure & Discussion

Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure & Discussion

with Gladys Agell
This 1996 video, Dr. Gladys Agell ATR-BC, HLM, pioneer art therapist, clinician, educator and researcher, administers the Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP) to a 22-year-old patient at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. 
Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP)

Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP)

with Bernard I. Levy, Elinor Ulman
This rare footage shows Elinor Ulman and Bernard Levy at Walter Reed Army Medical Center presenting the Ulman Personality Assessment Procedure (UPAP) at the hospital’s psychiatric Grand Rounds. 
Wheels of Diversity in Art Therapy: Pioneers of Color

Wheels of Diversity in Art Therapy: Pioneers of Color

with Judith Aron Rubin, Andrea Tree
Wheels of Diversity in Art Therapy: Pioneers of Color highlights art therapists of color in the United States who have been instrumental in advancing multicultural and diversity competence within the profession. 
Yes You Can! Art-Centered Therapy for People with Disabilities

Yes You Can! Art-Centered Therapy for People with Disabilities

with Mickie McGraw
This film is about courage, commitment, and creative coping. It tells the story of Mickie McGraw, who overcame polio at age 11 to become an art therapy pioneer. 
Les Couleurs Du Silence - Gugging House of Artists

Les Couleurs Du Silence - Gugging House of Artists

with Milka Assaf
This is a beautiful film about the history and present situation of the artist’s house at Gugging Mental Hospital. 14 mentally ill patients live and create in a supportive studio environment on the hospital grounds.
Simple Animation for People with Chronic Mental Illness

Simple Animation for People with Chronic Mental Illness

with Alfred Bader, MD Oren Rudavsky, Judith Rothschild, MA Tea Taramino
This series of short films documents various approaches to animation created by persons with chronic mental illness to illustrate their personal narratives. 
The Arts in Health Care

The Arts in Health Care

with James Babanikos, Joan Baranow, Judith Aron Rubin
This grouping of two films about a pioneering Arts in Medicine program is presented along with interviews of two creative arts therapists who work in that program. The touching experiences shared by the patients engaged in expressive arts treatment remind us of why one begins to create in the first place.
Don Jones: Passionate Preacher of the Power of Art

Don Jones: Passionate Preacher of the Power of Art

with Don Jones, Bruce Moon, Karen Rush Jones
This compilation of four films and two interviews delve into the life and work of Don Jones. Interviews include his interest in art and his discovery while working in a mental hospital of the spontaneous art of the patients, his portraits of them, and his time at the Menninger Foundation where he was trained by Dr. Karl Menninger. 
Edith Kramer – Art Therapys Muse Part 1

Edith Kramer – Art Therapys Muse Part 1

with Lani Glanville, Edith Kramer, Jamie Midgley
This compilation includes two films and one interview with Edith Kramer (1994, 1999, 2005) documenting her life and work as a pioneer in the field of art therapy. 
Edith Kramer – Art Therapy’s Muse Part 2

Edith Kramer – Art Therapy’s Muse Part 2

with Elena Makarova, Judith Aron Rubin
This 2-film compilation is about pioneer art therapist, Edith Kramer, her early years working and her psychoanalytic approach to art interventions.
Edith Kramer – Art Therapy’s Muse Part 3

Edith Kramer – Art Therapy’s Muse Part 3

with David Henley, Jim Pruznick, Judith Aron Rubin
This video offers an overview of Kramer’s pioneering clinical work in art therapy with children and her unique, effective methods.
Sandplay with Dora Kalff

Sandplay with Dora Kalff

with Peter Ammann
This video features Dora Kalff, a Jungian child analyst from Zurich, who offers her patients a sandbox along with a large array of miniature objects to be used in making sandplay constructions. 
Brief Art Therapy with a College Senior

Brief Art Therapy with a College Senior

with Sondra Geller
This film offers the opportunity to view Sondra Geller, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, LCPAT as she meets for multiple art therapy sessions with a graduating senior at the George Washington University Counseling Center.
Parent-Child Dyad Art Therapy Group

Parent-Child Dyad Art Therapy Group

with Lucille Proulx
Art therapist Lucille Proulx explains how to facilitate and enhance two-way communication between parent and child. 
Breakthrough: Art, Analysis, and the Liberation of the Creative Spirit

Breakthrough: Art, Analysis, and the Liberation of the Creative Spirit

with Judith Aron Rubin
This film, sponsored by the Lucy Daniels Foundation, captures the intimate experience of eight artists who have had psychoanalytic treatment. 
Dance Therapy and Authentic Movement

Dance Therapy and Authentic Movement

with Janet Adler
This video includes two films: Looking At Me and Still Looking, both by Janet Adler, PhD, ADTR showcasing her pivotal work in dance therapy.
Art Therapy: The Healing Vision

Art Therapy: The Healing Vision

with Robert E. Ault, Judith Aron Rubin
This is a compilation of films by and about Robert E. Ault, one of the pioneers in art therapy. Watch Ault as he discusses the field and its powerful healing capabilities, and learn about the impact he made with those who worked with him.
Finding the Gold Inside: Alchemy for Urban Youth

Finding the Gold Inside: Alchemy for Urban Youth

with Karina Epperlein, G. Kwame Scruggs, PhD, Robert Miller, MS
This film is built around a long excerpt from a 2014 award-winning film by Karina Epperlein. Both are about Alchemy, Inc., an award-winning after school youth program fusing drumming and mythology, in a well-designed and powerful approach.
The Arts as Therapy in Medicine

The Arts as Therapy in Medicine

with Multiple Therapists
This is a grouping of films focused on the arts as therapy in medicine. 
Wheel Art: An Inspired Idea

Wheel Art: An Inspired Idea

with Judith Aron Rubin
Wheel art is an inspired and highly therapeutic approach for people of all ages who need to use a wheelchair - invented and implemented by art therapist Mickie McGraw, herself in a wheelchair due to polio at age 11.
Two Art Therapy Pioneers of Color

Two Art Therapy Pioneers of Color

with Multiple Therapists
This two-part documentary film highlights two art therapists of color in the United States: Georgette Seabrooke Powell and Cliff Joseph. 
Art as Therapy for Older Adults

Art as Therapy for Older Adults

with Multiple Therapists
This is a collection of short films about art as therapy for older adults. All of them share certain convictions about the value of art —the intense involvement of creating, the pleasure of manipulating the media, making decisions, playfulness, social interaction and pride. 
Lessons from Mister Rogers - The Back Story

Lessons from Mister Rogers - The Back Story

with Judith Aron Rubin
“Lessons From Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” was conceived, edited, and directed by trail-blazing art therapist, psychoanalyst and initiator of the web streaming project, Dr. Judy A. Rubin. 
Artists Facing Cancer by Making Art

Artists Facing Cancer by Making Art

with Multiple Therapists
This video is a collection of three films that documents artists' use of painting as they face their cancer diagnoses.