A Standardized Three-picture Art Interview
Assessment of Adults through Art

 30 Years of Research. Proven Validity and Reliability.


(immediately prior to the Expressive Therapies Summit)

November 6 & 7, 2014
Thursday and Friday
10:00 am - 5:30 pm


 Anne Mills, a graduate in art therapy from Concordia University, is the former chair of the Research     Committee of the American Art Therapy Association. She has published extensively on assessments, and the treatment of severe trauma and dissociative disorders.  Anne has taught classes and workshops at a number of universities in the US, Canada, and abroad, and is former director of George Washington University’s Art Therapy Program. Anne is a registered and board certified art therapist and a licensed professional counselor. Director of the Diagnostic Drawing Series Archive, she has a private practice in Washington, DC.

 Kathryn Johnson is an art therapist and licensed psychologist in Seattle, Washington. She has over 20 years of experience working in both psychiatric and medical facilities with adolescents, adults, and elderly people. Kathryn is a full-time psychologist at the Everett Clinic, a regional medical center, where she provides therapy, psychological evaluation, and neuropsychological testing. She is also medical director of psychosocial services at the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership. An adjunct faculty member with Antioch University-Seattle, Kathryn is a Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) teaching associate, providing training and overseeing DDS research.

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