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Student Art Therapy Association at FSU (SATA)

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The Florida State University Art Therapy program and the Student Art Therapy Association (SATA) work together to provide our classmates with social, academic, and emotional support. In addition, we facilitate community outreach events, support student professional development, and host an annual Spring Art Therapy Workshop with a guest lecturer from the field of Art Therapy. We meet once a month for self-care, fundraising, and community outreach events to encourage educational and professional opportunities for our members as well as personal development. We’re happy to provide interested students with more information, meeting times, and membership details!

Contact: Jasmine Blake at

For more information, visit us on Facebook and Instagram

2023-2024 SATA Executive Board:

President: Jasmine Blake

Member-at-Large: Ilana Herman

Secretary: Natalie Baez

Treasurer: Emalee Hudson

Community Outreach Chair: Aaisha Parson

Fundraising Chair: Khalia Kennedy

First-Year Liaison: Laurie Gentry

Self-Care Co-Chairs: Kristina Smatrakaleva & Illyanna Soares

Social Media Chair: Sophia Vargas

Intersectional Chair: Khalia Kennedy

Undergraduate Liaison: TBA

Goals of SATA:

  • 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)

SATA Activities:

  • Volunteer Activities: Art Therapy workshops with Studio H, mural making with local schools
  • Self-Care: Paint nights, pumpkin carving, kayaking, beach trips, baking nights
  • Educational Activities: Host the annual Spring Art Therapy Workshop with a guest lecturer from the field of Art Therapy, attend the annual American Art Therapy Conference, host and present on multicultural topics relevant to the field of Art Therapy