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PhD in Expressive Therapies

Prepare to become a leader in the field of Expressive Therapies.  This PhD degree will help you to transform individuals and communities around the world through creativity, innovative research, and collaboration.

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Expressive Therapies 40th Anniversary

EXTH Female Students Dance Class 03On Saturday, September 20, 2014, Lesley will welcome Expressive Therapies alumni from around the world for a daylong conference (6 LMHC CEUs), showcasing the work of the program's diverse and creative graduates, culminating in an evening celebration. Come and join your classmates and faculty, and celebrate your achievements!  Learn more and register here.

Alumni Profile: Kelvin Ramirez

Kelvin BannerKelvin Ramirez is the soul of compassion. And curiosity. And determination. He’s an artist, teacher, and therapist who sees the world as it could be—a place where children grow and create and explore without fear...[read more]

Expressive Therapies Faculty Member Publishes New Book

Faculty Robyn CruzExpressive Therapies doctoral faculty member Robyn Cruz recently published her latest book, The Art and Science of Evaluation in the Arts Therapies: How Do You Know What's Working?  An introductory text on evaluation and assessment, the book is written specifically for the creative arts therapies and is meant to help readers identify, relate, and design useful evaluation processes.  Read more.