footer

Our Projects

The Art Therapy Project is dedicated to helping trauma survivors through the creative process. Centered around challenges of Family, Violence and Health, we are the only nonprofit in New York dedicated solely to providing guided art therapy to those seeking hope and support. We go beyond traditional talk therapy. Our clients and art therapists work together to turn negative energy positive.

  • Adults With
    HIV / AIDS

    Living with HIV/AIDS compromises the entire physical as well as the emotional, psychosocial and spiritual self. Persons living with HIV/AIDS battle prejudices and abandonment by society, close family and friends.
  • At-Risk Children and Adolescents

    The Art Therapy Project works with children and adolescents struggling with a range of challenges resulting from family, peer, school and other societal pressures.
  • Hospitalized Adolescents

    The challenges of normal adolescence compounded by a complex medical/rehabilitative condition, such as loss of a limb or traumatic brain injury, can have an impact on social and emotional development.
  • Substance Abuse Groups

    Untreated, substance abuse can lead to severe psychological and physiological illness and, in some cases, even death.
  • Survivors of Torture

    The Art Therapy Project provides group therapy treatment for individuals who have endured torture in their country of origin because of their sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs.
  • Women and Men Survivors of Sexual Trauma

    An ongoing group for women and men survivors of sexual trauma provides participants an opportunity to connect with others and counteract the feelings of isolation that are common for this population.
  • Women’s and Men’s Veterans Groups

    Several different groups meet the needs of both male and female veterans confronting issues surrounding re-entry to civilian life, post-traumatic stress, military sexual trauma, substance abuse and homelessness.
  • 9-11 Survivors

    Although more than ten years have passed since the events of September 11, 2001, the effects are still being felt by thousands of local residents, area workers, rescue workers and many others.

Project Partners

The Art Therapy Project collaborates with well-established non-profit programs that serve New York area residents who have experienced severe trauma and who have few or no resources. We maintain on-going communications with our partners’ clinical staff who identify program candidates, and who sometimes co-lead the groups with The Art Therapy Project’s therapists.

If you are interested in learning more about partnering with The Art Therapy Project, click here. We will respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible.

     Partner Selection Criteria:

  • Well established nonprofits in good standing


  • The ability to pre-screen clients to help ensure a cohesive group experience


  • The availability of a clinical contact for The Art Therapy Project’s art therapist to confer with regarding to clients


  • A strong need for art therapy services without the financial means of providing them


  • If applicable, adequate space for The Art Therapy Project to provide services and locked storage on site


More Info

If you are interested in learning more about partnering with The Art Therapy Project, click here. We will respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible.