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Viewing: ARTH 6272 : Art Psychotherapy and Trauma II: Loss, Countertransference, and Resiliency

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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Art Therapy (ARTH)
ARTH
6272
Art Psychotherapy and Trauma II: Loss, Countertransference, and Resiliency
Art Psychotherapy & Trauma II
Spring 2017
3
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Lecture
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graduate students in the art therapy program.
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100
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ARTH 6271
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20
Bardot/Tripp
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Multi-modal treatment of acute, serial, or complex trauma; theoretical, practical, moral, cross cultural, and personal aspects as seen through an art therapy and counseling lens. Supervised treatment or observation of treatment of clients with trauma histories.
Students will be able to:
1. Engage in clinical work with insight and self-awareness and a high level of professional, ethical, and multicultural competence with diverse client populations.
This will be evidenced through the Case Consultation Rubric, Visual Journal Rubric, response to Reflection Questions, and in Final Presentation.
2. Gain understanding of the latest theories (developmental, cultural and spiritual) of bereavement work and resiliency research particularly in the areas of traumatic loss and in the treatment of trauma related disorders.
This will be evidenced through the Case Consultation Rubric, Visual Journal Rubric, response to Reflection Questions, and in Final Presentation.
3. Cultivate their identity as an art therapist, exploring self-care, countertransferrence and vicarious trauma and better understand personal beliefs about death.
This will be evidenced through the Case Consultation Rubric, Visual Journal Rubric, response to Reflection Questions, and in Final Presentation.
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