South Carolina Art Therapy Schools & Programs

Below is a list of graduate and undergraduate schools in South Carolina. If you know of any schools or programs that should be added to the list, please leave a comment below or email us below. We’ll check out the school and add them to the list.

Undergraduate Art Therapy Schools & Programs in South Carolina

Spartanburg, SC

Converse College
Contact Geri Hurlbut, MA, ATR-BC, Director of Art Therapy, Department of Art and Design
Address: 580 East Main Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302
Phone: 864-596-9314
Art and Design Office
Phone: 864-596-9181
Email: geri.hurlbut@converse.edu
Web: www.converse.edu
BA in Art Therapy.

Comments

  1. shelia gathers says

    i am a middle-aged female interested in changing careers i’m currently a life insurance agent. i have an associate degree in illustration from the art institute of atlanta.
    i live in charleston, sc. do this school have on-line courses?
    i have been interested in art therapy for several years now. was also studying studio art at the college of charleston. could you give me some information of this school.
    thanks shelia gathers

  2. jane says

    i would say you have to contact the school about online courses. yu could try a couple of online courses at a community college. they are ussually more flexible and allow you to work at your own pace

  3. Geri Hurlbut says

    Converse College does offer some on-line coursework, but at this time there are no art therapy classes on-line. As a human services profession, it is important to learn about art therapy within the context of human behaviors and interaction.
    You can check out our website, and also the website for the American Art Therapy Association for further information.

  4. Gina says

    Hello,
    I’ve been interested in becoming an art therapist for a while now.
    What are the requirements for your art therapy program?
    I already have one associate degree in occupational therapy and a
    masters degree in acupuncture. I kinda jumped right over a bachelors degree!
    Any guidance or info will be very welcome.
    Thank you
    Gina

  5. jenn g. says

    AATA has a list of accredited schools/programs. A masters degree is required for Art Therapist.

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