The official site of the American Art Therapy Association. Includes mission statement, general information, links, and educational programs.
Resource and exchange for anyone interested in the healing potential of art.
Includes artists, healing stories, history, arts therapy, and numerous links.
Information for the general public and professional art therapists. Includes qualifications required, training courses, conferences and events.
Treating perceptual problems in an effort to improve memory and overall cognitive abilities. Offers online courses as well as general information on conditions treated. Albany, New York, USA.
Functions to unify all art therapists in New York state. Offers workshops, presentations, and networking for practitioners.
The national credentialing body for professional art therapists in the U.S. Includes information about certification and ethics code.
Includes description of art therapy, ethics, directory of art therapists, and resources.
An affiliate chapter of the American Art Therapy Association (AATA). Includes news, gallery, events, FAQ, and links.
Information and articles about art therapy including benefits, activities, schools, requirements, and other resources.
Military audiologists are dedicated to the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss.
Provides information on hearing loss, tinnitus, hearing aids, and a directory of hearing care providers.
An association supporting autonomous and private practitioners. Information for the hearing impaired.
Professionals dedicated to providing quality hearing care to the public.
An international organization of audiologists and related professionals whose primary interest is the management of individuals from birth through graduation from school in all educational environments who have listening and/or hearing difficulties.
CASLPA is the single national body that supports the needs, interests and development of speech-language pathologists and audiologists across Canada.
A professional listing of licensed audiologists providing hearing evaluations, special testing, early identification of loss, OSHA services, hearing aid sales, assistive devices, hearing aid repair, and ENG (vertigo) assessments.
The voice of audiology in Pennsylvania
Promotes excellence in hearing care through the provision of rehabilitative and habilitative services.
The Scott Haug Foundation was established by his friends to sponsor an annual meeting which would reflect Scott's commitment both to professional excellenceand to fun and interaction among Texas audiologists.
Organized for the purpose of promoting the public good by fostering the growth, development, recognition, and status of the profession of audiology and its members.
Provides support, education, programs and services for the state's audiologists, along with a practitioners directory, membership information and members only area, links, and contacts.
International organization dealing with all aspects of Audiology. The ISA includes the science of hearing, the modeling of the auditory system,and the management of hearing impaired people.
Includes newsletter, budget information, convention information, and job opportunities.
Find information about hearing loss, its treatment, hearing aids, and how to locate a qualified hearing health care professional.
EFAS information including conferences, a notice board and a discussion forum.
Tripartite college providing self regulation of three related groups of professionals: audiologists, hearing instrument practitioners and speech-language pathologists.
Hearing Health trade journal, view articles online.
An atlas of clinical video otoscopy images designed for audiologists, otologists, primary care physicians.