Canadian Art Therapy Association (CATA) 

The Canadian Art Therapy Association (CATA) was founded in 1977 by Dr. Martin A. Fischer, a psychotherapist practicing Art Therapy, as a non-profit organization to unite and promote the emerging profession of Art Therapy in Canada. The website has information for the public, information for & about membership, training opportunities in Canada and more.


Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) 

A national bilingual association providing professional counsellors and psychotherapists with access to exclusive educational programs, certification, professional development and direct contact with professional peers and specialty groups * provides help in finding a certified counsellor. CCPA also has a number of chapters including the Creative Arts Chapter.


Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists (NSCCT)

The Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists (NSCCT) is a governing body established by the provincial government to regulate the practice of Counselling therapy in Nova Scotia. The website has information about membership, registration, how to find available therapists, and more.


American Art Therapy Association (AATA) 

This is a comprehensive website. AATA is an organization of professionals dedicated to the belief that making art is healing and life enhancing. Its mission is to serve its members and the general public by providing standards of professional competence, and developing and promoting knowledge in, and of, the field of art therapy. There is information for and about membership, research, advocacy, American and world initiatives and more.


Art Therapy Blog 

This is a great website about many aspects of Art Therapy and its various applications. There is information about training, the many uses and benefits Art Therapy, as well aspromotion and advocacy, and other resources too.


Arts Health Network Canada 

This website aims to advance understanding of the many ways that arts-based activities contribute to individual and community health and health care. It engages arts/health users, organizations, decision makers, and the broader public to understand and support the connections between health and arts-based activities. It includes articles, reference to research and many kinds of useful information.


Kutenai Art Therapy Institute (KATI) 

This is the official website for KATI and provides great information about the Art Therapy Training program and special workshops and events. The website invites uses to come in, explore, and join in about art therapy discovery, research, participation, and education.