Look Back… Media & Technology 1968

July 12, 2018

The Art Therapist's Guide to Social Media

It was a pleasure and honor to celebrate the Toronto Art Therapy Institute (TATI)’s 50th Anniversary with an invitation to speak at the Institute’s special gala event held this week. The TATI, founded in 1968, was the first art therapy training program in Canada established by Dr. Martin Fischer, one of the early pioneers in the field.
The evening offered a look back at the TATI’s great history and legacy of art therapy in Canada, as well as an opportunity to give attention to its active presence of faculty, alumni, site supervisors, and students, as well as what the future of the art therapy field holds ahead. This also included looking at the impact of technology on the art therapist, especially in the last 20 years for connection, community, and creativity.
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So what was the media and technology like/starting to emerge in 1968 when TATI was founded?  Here is a fun look back:
  • Color television was just…

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One Response to “Look Back… Media & Technology 1968”


  1. Brilliant Gretchen! Keep up the great work!

    Jo UK
    Artist, writer, traveller, wild west and ghost nut intrigued by science, mental health advocate and renaissance soul with a potty sense of humour.

    Creating My Odyssey- Liberating the Real Me After Thirty Years Of Depression
    http://www.jo-b-creative.blogspot.co.uk


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