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Lurie Children’s is the place where kids come first. Our care extends well beyond medical treatment and considers the needs for the whole child in the context of their family. For this reason, we provide a child-focused, family-centered-care model. As an art therapy intern, you are part of a psychosocial team that plays an integral role in a child's healing process. You are directly supervised by a registered, board-certified art therapist through the hospital's Family Services Department. Learn more about our art therapists.
The art therapy internship is 24 hours/week, Monday through Friday, fulfilling the requirements of the American Art Therapy Association. Internship dates typically start in Early September and go through early May.
To be considered for the art therapy internship, you must be currently enrolled in an art therapy graduate level program approved by the American Art Therapy Association.
After all applications and documents have been reviewed, selected candidates will be interviewed. Part of the interview process involves a portfolio review. Applicants who are not selected will receive written notification that Lurie Children’s will not be able to provide them with an internship. Please note that only one or two applicants are selected each year.