This book explains the design, development, and implementation of art therapy in a school setting. It concentrates on art therapy as an approach to the education and treatment of students in preschool through grade twelve. It provides a comprehensive treatment of the body of knowledge on which art therapy was founded and on which it continues to grow today. Chapters range from discussions on theory and development to discussions on the nuts and bolts of daily practice, Included are a rationale for the use of art therapy in the schools; roles and responsibilities of art therapists; working as part of a school team; inservice and staff development activities; identification, assessment, and treatment of students; exploration of specific areas of implementation; an effective approach to public relations; and program funding. This handbook is intended as a single source of authoritative information on the profession's current challenges. It is not only designed for professional art therapists, educators, counselors, school psychologists, and social workers but for many others, within the helping professions and on the outside, who are interested in the application of art therapy in the schools.
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Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Very Good. Book Condition: Very Good. Codice libro della libreria 97803980674033.0