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My Pal Harriet Wadeson — A Pioneer Powerhouse

from Judith Rubin, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM

From Feb. 3: In September of 1970 while attending the first Conference of AATA, I met a woman who was to become one of my favorite colleagues — Harriet Wadeson, PhD, LCSW, ATR-BC, HLM. I had already read and admired some of her 60s publications (as Harriet Sinrod) in the Bulletin of Art Therapy. The person I met was as smart and thoughtful as her writing; she was also friendly, attractive, and lots of fun. Harriet Claire Wadeson was that rare individual whose verbal and nonverbal hemispheres were equally creative throughout her long productive life. She was a terrific scholar, but she was also extremely playful. Harriet deserved her many awards and honors, because she contributed so much to AATA and the art therapy profession. more


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