Expressive Arts Therapies in Schools: A Supervision and Program Development Guide

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C.C. Thomas, 1998 - Education - 108 pages
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This book provides helpful recommendations and guidelines for expressive arts therapists and educators who work in school settings as therapists, supervisors, supervisees, and graduate school expressive arts interns. It has been organized to provide readers with a practical and conceptual framework for school-based art therapies, as well as a detailed supervision model. For expressive arts interns who wish to work within a school setting, reading this guide, preplacement, can assist in their assessment and selection of a site and/or supervisor. Reviewing the guide during placement will help orient interns to a new system, assist them in developing an effective and successful treatment plan for the students, as well as help anticipate how the year might unfold according to the school calendar. This comprehensive book will also serve as an excellent resource guide for anyone interested in advocating and promoting the value of offering expressive arts therapies in school settings.

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Contents

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Ethical Guidelines
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Shared Goals of Expressive Arts Therapies and Education
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