Posted on Jul 28, 2017
SGT Joseph Gunderson
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I told a friend of mine that I would cast a net among my professional peers and see what I can do for them. I am looking for a place that would employ a person with a degree in art therapy. Reasonable pay, as in a wage that can be survived on comfortably. Preferably something with the ability to move up, but not required. I know that you, my veteran comrades, are into all areas of civilian careers
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SGT Joseph Gunderson Possibly check in with any specialty that deals with special and physical needs children or down syndrome adults centers!?... I believe their always looking for specific individuals that might be able to bring something new to their research and development programs. Also it's the only thing I can think of that would pay comfortably for a rare degree. Good luck to your friend.
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SSG Dave Johnston
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Have him contact DAV or PVA(Paralyzed Veterans of America), the other option is through a Hospitals' Psych unit.
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LT Brad McInnis
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I didn't even know what that was... but, I Googled it and lo and behold, the VP's wife is extolling the virtues of art therapy! If I could hazard a guess, maybe check with psychiatrists in the area that are looking to broaden their practices. Look into professional orgs in their city (I didn't realize that here in Houston, we have 2 specialized centers for art therapy) Sorry I couldn't be more help...
https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/07/27/second-lady-karen-pence-meet-art-therapists-eastern-europe
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