Providing theory and practical interventions, this book is the perfect companion to creative arts therapy students and professionals who wish to work with the LGBTQ community and the unique challenges that sexual minorities, transgender and ...
Author: Briana MacWilliam
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Providing theory and practical interventions, this book is the perfect companion to creative arts therapy students and professionals who wish to work with the LGBTQ community and the unique challenges that sexual minorities, transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) clients face today. Considering ally development, unconscious bias and intersectionality, the book provides theory, case studies and practical guidance for working with this client group, as well as experiences emerging from within the LGBTQ and CATs community. The contributors cover a wide range of topics, from exploring sexuality and gender identity through portraiture to facilitating a music therapy group with transgender clients, and foster ally development in senior living communities through a multimodal approach. With research finding that people from the LGBTQ community are at increased risk of depression and anxiety, Creative Art Therapies and the LGBTQ Community provides indispensable guidance for therapists.
Journal of LGBT Youth 5 (1): 103–117. doi:10.1300/J524v05n01_08 Makin,
Susan R. 2000. Therapeutic Art Directives and Resources: ... In Mindfulness in
the Creative Arts Therapies, edited by L. Rappaport, 96–107. London: Jessica
Author: Susan Hogan
Gender and Difference in the Arts Therapies: Inscribed on the Body offers worldwide perspectives on gender in arts therapies practice and provides understandings of gender and arts therapies in a variety of global contexts. Bringing together leading researchers and lesser-known voices, it contains an eclectic mix of viewpoints, and includes detailed case studies of arts therapies practice in an array of social settings and with different populations. In addition to themes of gender identification, body politics and gender fluidity, this title discusses gender and arts therapies across the life-course, encompassing in its scope, art, music, dance and dramatic play therapy. Gender and Difference in the Arts Therapies demonstrates clinical applications of the arts therapies in relation to gender, along with ideas about best practice. It will be of great interest to academics and practitioners in the field of arts therapies globally.
Creative arts therapies and the LGBTQ community. London: Jessica Kingsley
Publishers. Malchiodi, C. (2020). Trauma and expressive arts therapy: Brain,
body, and imagination in the healing process. New York: Guilford Press.
Author: David Read Johnson
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
This third edition of Current Approaches in Drama Therapy offers a revised and updated comprehensive compilation of the primary drama therapy methods and models that are being utilized and taught in the United States and Canada. Two new approaches have been added, Insight Improvisation by Joel Gluck, and the Miss Kendra Program by David Read Johnson, Nisha Sajnani, Christine Mayor, and Cat Davis, as well as an established but not previously recognized approach in the field, Autobiographical Therapeutic Performance, by Susana Pendzik. The book begins with an updated chapter on the development of the profession of drama therapy in North America, followed by a chapter on the current state of the field written by the editors and Jason Butler. Section II includes the 13 drama therapy approaches, and Section III includes the three related disciplines of Psychodrama and Sociodrama, Playback Theatre, and Theatre of the Oppressed that have been particularly influential to drama therapists. This highly informative and indispensable volume is structured for drama therapy training programs. It will continue to be useful as a basic text of drama therapy for both students and seasoned practitioners, including mental health professionals (such as counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, creative arts therapists, occupational therapists), theater and drama teachers, school counselors, and organizational development consultants.
Author: Beth Gonzalez-DolginkoPublish On: 2019-09-19
Beth Gonzalez-Dolginko. of related interest Art Therapy with Older Adults
Connected and Empowered Erin Partridge ISBN 978178592 824 6 eISBN
978178450 940 8 Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community Theory
and Practice ...
Author: Beth Gonzalez-Dolginko
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
There is a distinct lack of art therapy literature on working with adults with autism spectrum disorders, and this book combats this dearth by looking at the theory and practice of working with this client group. With clinical case examples throughout, it provides ideas for practice and interventions for use in institutional and community settings. There is a useful focus on directives to help with specific concerns, for example college and job readiness, social skills, and adapting to independent living. The book also includes information on ASD itself and gives advice on developmental and neurological considerations to take into account when working with this client group.
... Cultural Awareness in Therapy with Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Adults
and Older People A Practical Guide Tavi Hawn, LCSW ISBN 978 1 78592 838 3
eISBN 978 1 78592 664 8 Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community ...
Author: Kelly Darke
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
An educational and inspirational book that offers practical guidance for art therapists working with transgender and gender-expansive youth and their families. It provides art therapy goals, recommended treatments and coping skills to use with this client group. Each chapter looks at how art therapy can address a different concern or aspect of the experience, such as transitioning, bullying, and recognizing or building a support system. It includes detailed case studies and cutting-edge art therapy interventions, which help young people to express the emotions surrounding the discovery of gender identity, the transition process, and self-care.
... on the Governor ' s Human Relations Commission , where she represents the gay and lesbian community . She received a BA in art and art therapy and a BA in
psychology from Carlow College , an MA in art therapy from Vermont ... She
received a BA from Tulane University , an MA in creative arts therapy from
Hahnemann University , an MSW from Fordham ... for Social Work Education ,
where he has taught social policy , community practice , program evaluation , and
Author: John E. Poulin
Category: Social group work
This introductory text presents a model of generalist practice that emphasizes the helping relationship. The book integrates empirical practice methods with a strengths-based empowerment approach to social work practice with individual, family, group, organization, and community client systems. Written in straightforward language and relatively free of jargon, the book incorporates case examples throughout. Each chapter concludes with a detailed case study and discussion questions. This introductory text presents a model of generalist practice that emphasizes the helping relationship. The book integrates empirical practice methods with a strengths-based empowerment approach to social work practice with individual, family, group, organization, and community client systems. Written in straightforward language and relatively free of jargon, the book incorporates case examples throughout. Each chapter concludes with a detailed case study and discussion questions.
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Together, this compilation highlights the promise of healing through the creative arts in the face of oppression.
Author: Marygrace Berberian
Art Therapy Practices for Resilient Youth highlights the paradigm shift to treating children and adolescents as "at-promise" rather than "at-risk." By utilizing a strength-based model that moves in opposition to pathology, this volume presents a client-allied modality wherein youth are given the opportunity to express emotions that can be difficult to convey using words. Working internationally with diverse groups of young people grappling with various forms of trauma, 30 contributing therapists share their processes, informed by current understandings of neurobiology, attachment theory, and developmental psychology. In addition to guiding principles and real-world examples, also included are practical directives, strategies, and applications. Together, this compilation highlights the promise of healing through the creative arts in the face of oppression.
They can use the arts to build a sense of community among themselves and also
to raise the level of public awareness . Art can become a ... Creative achievement
and psychopathology : Comparison among professions . American Journal of ...
This review offers the foundation for a discussion of the overlap between the work done in my individual and group art therapy sessions at COH, my personal art practice, and the artworks created by LGBTQ artists.
Author: Chance Ramirez
Category: Art therapy
The first phase of this thesis project examines my experiences as a Queer clinician at Center on Halsted (COH), a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community center in Chicago, IL. A thirteen-week art-based reflection on my work as an art therapy intern at COH was documented in a series of twenty-five mixed media art pieces that were displayed in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduate art therapy exhibition, Art of Connection, in the SAIC Sullivan Galleries. An exhibition of work entitled The Great Refusal: Taking on New Queer Aesthetics was on view in the same space prior to the opening of Art of Connection. This exhibit featured artworks that were created by LGBTQ artists, referenced Queer culture and relationships, or otherwise challenged mainstream artistic practices. The perspectives presented in The Great Refusal inspired me to explore the potential of art making to connect the narratives of Queer artists, including myself and my clients at COH. The second phase of my project involved an ethnographic investigation of contemporary LGBTQ-identified artists. I interviewed and collected artwork from eight artists to study the role of art making in their lives and learn about their motivations for making work. A review of literature on Queer Theory, Queer Aesthetics, and counseling with LGBTQ individuals guides my understanding of the layers of oppression affecting the LGBTQ population, the importance of community building, and the role of creativity in the identity formation of Queer people. This review offers the foundation for a discussion of the overlap between the work done in my individual and group art therapy sessions at COH, my personal art practice, and the artworks created by LGBTQ artists. In my efforts to traverse the boundaries between the therapeutic and art worlds, I find that Queer-identified people can use art making, whether in therapy or outside it, to connect with themselves and each other by creating new spaces and inventing alternate methods to share their personal narratives, express their desires, and critique the cultures that tend to ostracize them.
The Counseling Dictionary is an excellent resource that will serve both experienced and novice counselors for years to come.It features the most up-to-date and comprehensive reference work in the field of counseling, and includes 400 new terms, an expanded appendix of prominent names in the field of counseling, an up-to-date brief history of the counseling profession, and a new appendix featuring nationally prominent helping associations and organizations. Terms in the dictionary are cross-referenced and written in a concise and easy to understand way.
505 B.A. in Studies in the Arts / Dance Track EASTERN NEW MEXICO
UNIVERSITY Patricia Rucker , Dance ... M.F.A. in Dance Performance ; Master of
Dance Therapy ITHACA COLLEGE Richard Clark , Chair Department of Theatre
Ithaca , NY ... Including Dance QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Muriel Manings , Dance Coordinator Health , Physical ... UNIVERSITY OF
NORTH CAROLINAGREENSBORO Gay Cheney , Professor School of Health ,
Physical Education ...
givers does not differ significantly from that of those caring for elders in the community with other impairments ; this ... Peter Gay . 1990 . 204 pp . $ 24 . 95 .
Yale University Press , New Haven , Conn . Freudophiles and Freud scholars will
treasure these 8 essays . ... As an art therapist , I would have welcomed more
material on the use of creative art therapies in this type of facility , but this is a
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