New Publication by Creative Arts Therapies Faculty Faculty and Doctoral Students
September 30, 2019
How can virtual reality be used in art therapy? Creative Arts Therapies faculty and doctoral students conducted a preliminary study on this very question.
Read the "Virtual Reality in Art Therapy: A Pilot Qualitative Study of the Novel Medium and Implications for Practice" from Girija Kaimal, EdD, associate professor, doctoral students Katrina Carroll-Haskins and Marygrace Berberian, Abby Dougherty, PhD, assistant clinical professor, Natalie Carlton, PhD, associate clinical professor and director of the graduate art therapy program and Arun Ramakrishnan, PhD, director of research labs.
They are currently recruiting for our next VR study: Click Here.
For a list of some CNHP studies that are currently recruiting: Click Here.