On Wednesday, June 10, faculty, students and colleagues attended the all-day Creative Arts Therapies (CAT) Department Colloquium for the Class of 2020. Sherry Goodill, PhD, the Creative Arts Therapies Department chair and clinical professor, and Natalie Carlton, PhD, the director of Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program and associate clinical professor, gave the day’s opening remarks and orientation.
CAT faculty introduced the five modules—Creative Arts Therapies and Social Justice, Children and Youth, CAT Responses to Trauma and Resilience, Innovative Approaches in CAT Practices, and Sense and Being—featuring arts-based projects and scholarly work by students across three programs of the Creative Arts Therapies.
During the day, the following awards were given (please watch the video to hear the winners!) and Alpha Eta Society Inductees announced:
CAT Departmental Awards
- Culminating Project Award
- Clinical Excellence Award
- Service and Volunteerism Award
- Overall Achievement Award
- The Dianne Dulicai Award for Dance/Movement Therapy
Eri Millrod, PhD
Inductees of Alpha Eta Society, The National Honor Society for the Allied Health Professions
Cara Elise Hertneky
- CNHP Dean's Social Justice Award Recipient
The event was recorded and is available for viewing on CNHP’s website. Thanks to Arun Ramakrishnan, PhD, the event’s technical director, the video is available with time stamps so it's esy to find particular presentations of interest from the day.