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Child and Family Art Therapy Center, P.C.

We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.

 

We believe that Black lives matter, and we stand in solidarity with those who are fighting for an end to systemic racism in all of its insidious forms. We recognize that racism is a threat to the mental health of all Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). Further, we acknowledge that the field of art therapy has been woefully delayed in embracing diversity and inclusion in both its research and clinical practices.

 

As the contemporary generation of art therapists, we are responsible for recognizing our inherent privileges (e.g., white privilege, economic privilege, educational privilege) and righting the wrongs from the past. At the Child and Family Art Therapy Center (CFATC), we are committed to evolving and learning new ways to provide culturally responsive practices to support our clients and increase access to care. We are in the process of determining and implementing concrete steps that we can take as clinicians and individuals. Our goals are to foster a climate of inclusion at CFATC for staff and clients, and to reflect our commitment to communities in the Philadelphia area that have historically been unable to access such care due to myriad structural barriers, including racism. This will also include practices such as founding a low-cost therapy option to increase access, prioritizing recruitment of diverse staff, and donating time and resources to external organizations supporting this important work. Please check back for updates!

 

 

 

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Child and Family Art Therapy Center, P.C.