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FSU Art Therapy Association (FSU-ATA)

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The Art Therapy program and the Florida State University Art Therapy Association (FSU-ATA) work together to provide students social, academic and emotional support, in addition to community service activities and professional development. We meet once a month for community service and fund-raising events to encourage educational and professional opportunities for our members. We’re happy to provide interested students with more information, meeting times, and membership details!

Contact: Katrin English at

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2019-2020 FSU-ATA Executive Board:

President: Katrina English

Vice President: Sarah Johns

Secretary: Heather Robbins

Treasurer: Kailey Krupar

Community Service Coordinator: Lucy Romanik

Fundraising Chair: Kailey Krupar

Conference Coordinators: Jessica Holt & Heather Robbins

First Year – Second Year Liaisons: Sarah Johns & Kelly Brown

Self-Care Coordinator: Tiffany Brzenk

Public Relations Coordinator and Historian: Bella Hudson

FATA Representative: Meg Buzby

Multicultural Chair: Jessica Holt

Goals of FSU-ATA:

  • Prepare members for professional art therapy practice
  • Encourage research in the field of art therapy
  • Model the values of leadership, professionalism and community service
  • Promote communication between colleagues
  • Assist each other in pursuit of individual goals
  • Support each other during the transition from student to professional Registered Art Therapists (ATRs)

FSU-ATA Activities:

  • Volunteer activities: Sports Ability, Buddy Walk, Night to Shine
  • Self Care: Community service, social nights, gallery hop, clothing exchange, and art making
  • Educational activities: Host an annual art therapy speaker during the annual workshop and attend state and national conferences
  • Art Therapy Community Projects & Theses 2018

Want to Learn More About Becoming an Art Therapist?
Visit our website written by our Graduate Art Therapy students for more information.