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The practitioner's guide to child art therapy : fostering creativity and relational growth

Author: Annette Shore
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"For any clinician looking for guidance on the ins and outs of using art therapy with children, there is no better resource than The Practitioner's Guide to Child Art Therapy. Both graduate students and professionals will find its pages replete with strategies for developing engaging and effective strategies for understanding children's creative expression and applying this understanding toward treatment"--
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annette Shore
ISBN: 9780415829021 041582902X 9780415829038 0415829038
OCLC Number: 820119617
Description: xv, 205 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Art-Based View of Child Development --
1. Pictorial Language of Child Development: Theoretical Underpinnings --
Child Art Expression: A Snapshot of Child Development --
Importance of Developmental Theories --
Expression of Destructive Feelings and Developmental Stages --
Artistic Development: Important Theorists --
Art Expression and Maturation --
Psychological Theories of Child Development --
Childhood Defenses --
Theoretical Underpinnings as Tools --
2. Artwork Tells the Story of Child Development --
Infancy: The Basis for a Sense of Hope --
Terrible and Wonderful Twos --
Play Age, Years 3-6 --
Middle Childhood, Years 7-9 --
Artistic Development and Defenses of the Preteen Child, Years 9-12 --
Defenses as a Means of Adaptation --
Conclusion --
pt. II Interpersonal Developmental States: An Art-Based View --
3. Pictorial Language of Early Developmental States --
Developing Brain --
Repairing Disruptions Through Art Therapy --
Relevance of Early Relational Stages for Clinical Work --
Early Relational Stages and Child Art Therapy --
Ongoing Exploration: Early Development and Art Therapy Theory and Research --
4. Pictorial Language of Early Relational Trauma --
Importance of Early Experience --
Early Self: A Relational Being --
Disrupted Early Attachment and Treatment --
Attachment Research --
Conceptual Framework --
pt. III Pictorial Language of Resilience and Vulnerability --
5. Resilience: The Capacity to Struggle with Challenges --
Protective and Risk Factors --
Building Resilience --
Summing Up --
6. Vulnerability and Fluctuating Developmental States --
Shifting Developmental States --
Degree of Disturbance, Different Settings, and Associated Interventions --
Risk Factors, Art Therapy, and Treatment Goals --
pt. IV Tuning In to Children and Parents --
7. Planning, Practical Matters, and Safety --
Therapist and Client Anxiety --
Safety --
Ensuring Confidentiality --
Providing Structure --
Creating Directives --
Asking Questions --
Art Therapist's Attitude --
Conclusion --
8. Engaging, Assessing, and Learning From Children --
Ways to Learn From Children --
Need to Focus --
Artwork Series During Initial Sessions --
General Guidelines for Assessing Children --
9. Engaging and Learning From Parents --
Art Therapy and the Facilitating Environment --
Pitfall of Overidentification --
Parent-Therapist Relationship: A Delicate Territory --
Parental Involvement During the Initial Assessment Process --
Defining the Structure --
Conclusion --
pt. V Art-Based Attunement: Facilitating Repair --
10. Mentalization, Trauma, Attachment, and Art Therapy Narratives --
Mentalization in Development, Therapy, and the Community --
Mentalization and the Developing Brain --
Art Therapy Narratives and Mentalization --
Relative Goals for Different Cases --
11. Building Sturdiness: Repairing Developmental Disruptions --
Importance of Sturdiness --
Stages of Therapy --
"Lloyd," a 10-Year-Old Boy --
Overview of the Therapeutic Process --
12. Creativity, Containment, and the Therapist's Use of Self --
Therapist's Relational Style --
Attitudes About Art Materials --
Other Relational Issues --
Containment Through Behavior Management --
Mystery, Ambiguity, and Growth.
Responsibility: Annette Shore.

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"For any clinician looking for guidance on the ins and outs of using art therapy with children, there is no better resource than The Practitioner's Guide to Child Art Therapy. Both graduate students and professionals will find its pages replete with strategies for developing engaging and effective strategies for understanding children's creative expression and applying this understanding toward treatment"--

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