STUDY ABROAD

All of our in-person study abroad programs have currently been paused due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

ART THERAPY IS A WAY OF LIVING

While the majority of our programs can be completed online, the Clinical Art Therapy Diploma Program has components that may be partially completed at our sister schools in Thailand and Japan.

CATA and AATA Registered Art Therapists teach core coursework in Bangkok, Tokyo, and Victoria. Choose which sister campus you would like to attend based on the courses offered and the time of year you’d like to travel. Intensive modules are offered up to three times yearly in each country, creating flexible options for students to bring their families for travel adventures.

Overseas programs are designed with attention to the the cultural values of the host countries. They are taught in English with simultaneous translation into the host country language by another art therapist. Immerse yourself in the cultural complexities of multiple languages, histories, aesthetic backgrounds, and faiths.

CLINICAL ART THERAPY DIPLOMA PROGRAM

VICTORIA, CANADA

The Canadian International Institute of Art Therapy (CiiAT)

 

Relax in the island lifestyle of Victoria, BC. The Victoria school hosts in-person programs and workshops throughout the year. CiiAT offers the Clinical Art Therapy Diploma Program completely online in Canada, with options available for in-person and online practicums.

Follow us on social media or contact us to be notified of upcoming events and classes.

 

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TOKYO, JAPAN

Japan International Program of Art Therapy in Tokyo (JIPATT)

 

Learn art therapy amongst the bustle and skyscrapers of Tokyo. The Japanese Clinical Art Therapy Program can be largely completed in person.

Please contact JIPATT for more information.

BANGKOK, THAILAND

International Program of Art Therapy in Thailand (IPATT)

 

Bask in sunshine as you learn art therapy in Bangkok. Our sister school in Thailand offers a variety of art therapy programs and classes to help further your career and gain valuable multicultural experience.

Please contact IPATT for more information.

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