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Art therapy and education, course held in Italy

Dr. Unnur Ottarsdottir will teach the course Art Therapy and Education at Art Therapy Italiana in Milan, Italy 16-18 October, 2020. The course is intended for art therapists who work in schools. Further information is provided through email: segreteria@arttherapyit.org and by phone: +39 (0) 51 644 04 51. The maximum number of participants is 15.…

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Webinars on Memory drawing

Dr Unnur Ottarsdottir, art therapist, teacher and artist, will be hosting free webinars on “Processing Emotions and Memorising Coursework through Memory Drawing”, in which research findings about drawing and memory will be introduced. The webinars are open to everyone interested. The research was conducted by Ottarsdottir in two related parts. One hundred and thirty-four subjects…

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Memory drawing and emotional processing – London

Dr Unnur Ottarsdottir, art therapist, teacher and artist, will give a lecture in London on “Processing Emotions and Memorising Coursework through Memory Drawing”, in which research findings about drawing and memory will be introduced. The lecture is open to everyone interested. The research was conducted by Ottarsdottir in two related parts. One hundred and thirty-four…

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Lecture at The American Art Therapy Association 50th Annual Conference in Kansas City, MO., 30th of Oct – 3rd of Nov

Celebrating 50 Years of Healing Through Art  October 30 to November 3 2019 in Kansas City Marriott Downtown.  Processing Emotions and Memorising Coursework through Memory Drawing Quantitative and qualitative research on ‘Memory Drawing’ (Ottarsdottir, 2018; in press) which was conducted in the year 1999-2000 (Ottarsdottir, 2005) will be reviewed in the presentation.    Research about…

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Lecture at the International Art Therapy Practice/Research Conference

11 to 13 July 2019  London Processing Emotions and Memorising Coursework through Memory Drawing Quantitative and qualitative research on ‘Memory Drawing’ (Ottarsdottir, 2018; in press) which was conducted in the year 1999-2000 (Ottarsdottir, 2005) will be reviewed in the presentation.    Research about the effectiveness of drawing compared to writing, in facilitating memory over differing…

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