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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art Therapy (ARTH)
ARTH
6232
Art Therapy with Adolescents
Art Therapy with Adolescents
Fall 2016
2
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Lecture
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students in an art therapy program
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Baldwin, Preston
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Practical, theoretical, and ethical considerations in treating adolescents in clinical and educational settings. Assessment and treatment issues integrating the use of art techniques specifically designed for this population. Application of art therapy and counseling principles and practice for diverse adolescent populations. Development of interventions for varied DSM–V diagnoses.
● Demonstrate knowledge of the practical and theoretical considerations when treating adolescents in clinical and educational settings. ● Analyze adolescent development from multiple perspectives and viewpoints. ● Apply art therapy techniques designed specifically for this population. These objectives have been designed to fulfill the following Program Goals and Learning Outcomes: 1. Students will have a broad knowledge of foundational approaches, theories, techniques, and evaluation methods of art therapy and counseling. 2. Students will be able to engage in clinical work with insight and self-awareness and a high level of professional, ethical, and multicultural competence with diverse client populations. 3. Students will gain understanding of the latest theory of the psychobiology of traumatic stress, and will have clinical skills using verbal and non-verbal approaches in the treatment of trauma related disorders.
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