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        These results contain 130 campus & hybrid & online accredited graduate degree programs & graduate schools in the field of public affairs & policy, subject of emergency management at the certificate & doctorate & masters levels in all locations from all types of institutions.
         
         
         

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        Earning an Art Therapy Graduate Degree in Washington DC

        Art therapy is a form of recreational therapy; it is a way for mental health professionals to help individuals struggling with emotional and physical challenges. Art therapy is the use of artistic creativity to provide therapy to those in need. It may be used to improve mental health and as a means of helping individuals work through personal issues such as stress, injury, or trauma. Individuals wishing to pursue a career as an art therapist might choose to seek credentialing from the Art Therapy Credentials Board, the national credentialing body for professional art therapists in the United States(1). According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the industries that employed the most recreational therapists in 2012 were hospitals, nursing care facilities, government agencies, residential care facilities, and ambulatory health care services(2).

         
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