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study art therapy

I am frequently asked two questions: whether I can recommend to study art therapy and where to do it. The first question is easy to answer: Yes. Art therapy is great and I would choose it again. The second question is addressed in this blogpost about universities with art therapy studies in Germany. Read more →

call: send me your picture

You like to draw or paint, but haven’t studied it? You don’t actually paint, but would like to try it out? You don’t like painting, but supporting research? Then participate and send me a picture you created! As a thank you, I am raffling two Avocadostore vouchers, each worth 20 euros, among all participants. Read more →

RizbA for really everyone

My rating instrument for two-dimensional pictorial works (RizbA) can now also be used by experts from other disciplines than the visual arts, e.g. psychologists, pedagogues and researchers. The validation study was carried out by Julia Jerusalem at the Witten/Herdecke University and is freely accessible as Open Access with Open Data. The extended questionnaire is now also freely available. Read more →

the living room as lecture hall

The current exceptional situation around COVID-19 is a good reason to further digitize my teaching. Many experts are ready to share their knowledge freely and we are once again benefiting from Open Science in the form of Open Educational Resources. I have put together links, digital tools and materials that I came across in the course of my research in this blog post. Read more →

find your therapist

About Creative Arts Therapies, how to find the right therapist and what you should pay attention to when doing so. There are many good reasons to do a therapy. One of them is to get to know yourself better. This makes life easier and more beautiful for yourself and with other people. Read more →