The students' thesis projects spanned a wide range of art therapy practices and engaged diverse populations. Their names and topics are:
- Anne Brauer: Mental Health, Inmates, & Internship Art: A Student Art Therapist’s Journey
- Danielle Chan: Using Art Therapy and Puppetry to Support Behavioral Adaptivity with an Adolescent with Autism
- Whitney Dahlberg: Amulets of Love: Personal Objects in an Art Therapy Intervention for the Bereavement of Disenfranchised Grief
- Em Jones: An Existential Art Therapy Perspective in the Treatment of Traumatic Stress
- Esther Jones: Medicine Painting: Adapting Native Art Modalities for Art Therapy with Native Americans to Combat Negative Symptoms of Acculturation
- Shadora Robinson: The Impact of Virtual Museums on the Artist Identity for Art Therapists
- Lily Streaker: Integrative Art Therapy Techniques with a Female Athlete
- Daina Sullivan: Art Therapy Re-Envisioning Treatment in Residential Education Based Settings: A Position Paper
- Renee Vanderstelt: Factors of Change in Eco-Art Therapy with Older Adults
Hogan is an accomplished artist and champion of the art therapy profession. Her nonprofit organization Yumi CARES provides art therapy services to children and their families at the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital, where NDMU also places art therapy students for clinical internships.
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