Kate Collie who is a researcher in art therapy presents an internet application of art therapy in some detail. It is wonderful that my colleagues are now using video to demonstrate what they do.
Kate Collie, PhD, MFA, ATR, is an artist, art therapist, researcher, and professional workshop facilitator. Her research interests include the use of the arts in healthcare, innovative approaches to expanding access to behavioural healthcare (including internet art therapy), and psychosocial dimensions of medical illness, especially breast cancer. After completing an interdisciplinary PhD at the Institute of Health Promotion Research at the University of British Columbia, Dr. Collie was a postdoctoral research fellow and then a research associate at the Center for Stress and Health in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.
Biography borrowed from Behavioral Telehealth & Research