Janice Hoshino

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Janice received her PhD from United States International University, San Diego, CA, with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy and my Master’s Degree in Art Therapy from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is a Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) through the American Art Therapy Association (AATA), a clinical member, and an Approved Supervisor of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). She is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in the state of Washington and has also practiced in California, Kansas, and Pennsylvania. At Antioch University Seattle she serves as Chair of Creative Arts Therapy and is core faculty in the Couple & Family Therapy Specialization.

She brings to Antioch over twenty-four years of clinical and teaching experience. Prior to joining the Antioch faculty, she taught at Emporia State University and Marywood University, Scranton, Pennsylvania for seven years. Clinically, she has worked in the following: an inpatient psychiatric unit, University and private counseling centers, rehabilitative program for blinded individuals, senior community centers, and in private practice. She has served in both clinical and administrative positions. Currently, her private practice is primarily working with couples and to a lesser degree families, but she also works with individuals with multiple issues.

Currently, she serves as a Director of the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB) and has been active in several committees for the American Art Therapy Association including the Education Program Approval Board (EPAB), the AATA Honors committee, the ATCB nominating committee, as well as the archives, research, and ad hoc international affiliation committees. In 2013, she was the recipient of the American Art Therapy Association Distinguished Service Award,

Her interests include research in the art therapy and family therapy fields, on multicultural issues and multigenerational influences of family separation. Her publications include co-author of Family Art Therapy (2008), as well as chapters in the Handbook of Art Therapy, Mourning, Memory, and Life Itself, and Adolescent Substance Abuse. Additionally, she has numerous journal articles.

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Core Faculty & Chair

Creative Arts Therapy

Core Faculty

Couple and Family Therapy

School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy

  • BA, art education, Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA
  • MA, art therapy, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
  • PhD, psychology, specialization in marriage and family therapy, U.S. International University, San Diego, CA

“The opportunity to work within my two specializations of art therapy and couple and family therapy with a wonderful group of motivated, creative students is truly exciting. The collaborative learning process here at Antioch University Seattle is unique and energizing.”

  • Kerr, C. & Hoshino, J., et.al. (2007) Family art therapy. New York: Routledge.

Selected Articles:

  • Prescott, M., Sekendur, B, Bailey, B., & Hoshino, J. (2008) “Art making as a component and facilitator of resiliency with homeless youth.” Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 25, 4.
  • Junge, M., & Hoshino, J. (2008) “People of color in art therapy.” in Mourning, memory and life itself: Essays by an art therapist, Maxine B. Junge. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas.
  • Yates, C., Cameron, D., Kuwada, K., Potter, P., & Hoshino, J. (2007) “Image Making and personal narratives with Japanese-American survivors of World War II internment camps: A qualitative analysis.” Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.
  • Hoshino, J. & Junge, M. (2006) “Themes and reflections from the art therapist people of color series.” Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 23, 3.
  • DeMartini, C., Teneycke, T., Ringgold, N., Ranaldi, A., Whitsett, L, & Hoshino, J. (2003) “The combination of yoga and art therapy and their effect on the perception of body image: A pilot study.” Yoga Studies, May-August.
  • Hoshino, J. (2003) “Multicultural issues in family art therapy.” in The clinical handbook of art therapy (ed. By C. Malchiodi). Guilford Press, New York.
  • Pearlie Robison Award for work in multiculturalism, from the American Art Therapy Association, Nov., 2003
  • Faculty Recognition Award, Antioch University Seattle, July, 2003
  • The Teachers College Outstanding Achievement in Instruction Award, Emporia State University, Jan., 1997
  • Licensed marriage and family therapist, Washington State
  • Registered and board-certified art therapist (ATR-BC), American Art Therapy Association
  • Clinical member and supervisor in training, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
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