Introduction to Art Therapy : Sources and Resources.

By: Rubin, Judith APublisher: London : Routledge, 2009Copyright date: ©2010Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (357 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780203893968Subject(s): Art therapyGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Introduction to Art Therapy : Sources and ResourcesDDC classification: 616.89/1656 LOC classification: RC489.A7 -- R834 2010ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- Art Therapy -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- A Few Words About Style -- Introduction to the Revised Edition -- 1. Previews -- The Many Faces of Art Therapy -- Preview of Coming Attractions -- Short Stories-Vignettes -- How Art Helped Me at Times of Trauma -- Art Helps a Psychotic Boy Return to Reality: RANDY (12) -- Art Contains Aggression at Home: JENNY (5), NONA (4), and JON (4 and 14) (DVD 1.9) -- Stories from the Art Therapy Studio (DVD 1.10) -- Art & Drama Therapy Help a Girl Say Goodbye: LORI (5) -- Art Therapy Unblocks Grieving for a Little Boy: JEFF (6) -- Art Therapy Releases a Worried Boy's Energy: ALAN (4 and 11) -- Art Therapy Allows an Anxious Boy to Feel Secure: JACK (12) -- Art Therapy Helps a Talented Teenager: BETTY JANE (14) -- Art & Drama Therapy Liberate a Depressed Adolescent: JIM (17) -- Art Therapy with a Depressed Woman: MRS. LORD (27) -- Art Draws out Despair in Marital Therapy: MR. & MRS. T. -- Art and Writing Help in Adjusting to a Painful Reality: MARJORIE (45) -- Preview of Coming Chapters -- 2. What Is Art Therapy? -- Art + Therapy = ? -- Art Therapy: What It Is and What It Is Not (DVD 2.1) -- Art Therapy and Art Education (DVD 2.2) -- Invisible Differences -- Participants "Know" the Difference -- Art Therapy and Art for People with Disabilities (DVD 2.3) -- Educational and Recreational Settings -- Medical and Rehabilitation Settings -- Medical Art Therapy and Arts Medicine (DVD 2.4) -- Room for All: Teamwork (DVD 2.5) -- Art Therapy and Child Therapy (DVD 2.6) -- Play Therapy and Child Art Therapy -- Pediatric Art Therapy and Child Life Programs -- Art Therapy and Art Counseling -- Other Clinicians Who Use Art (DVD 2.7) -- Art Therapy and Occupational, Recreation, and Activity Therapy -- Art Therapy and Others Using Art in Psychotherapy.
Art Therapy and Expressive Therapies (DVD 2.9) -- Expressive Arts Therapy Ends Nightmares: CARLA (8) -- Mixing Modalities in Treatment -- Sharing and Collaborating -- Training Issues -- Choosing a Multimodal Approach -- Concluding Thoughts -- Art + Therapy = Art Therapy -- Endnotes -- 3. History -- The Sources of Art Therapy -- Natural Beauty is Soothing -- Creating Comes Naturally -- Art for Healing Is Ancient and Universal -- Art Therapy: An Idea Whose Time Had Come -- Psychiatric Interest in Patient Art -- Interdisciplinary Exchange -- Creativity and Madness -- Art Brut and Outsider Art -- Art in Diagnosis and Therapy -- Therapeutic Art Education -- Artists in Hospitals -- Art Therapy Is Born -- Naumburg and Kramer -- Other Art Therapy Pioneers in the United States -- Art Therapy in Other Countries (DVD 3.13) -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnote -- 4. The Basics -- The Art Part -- Knowing Materials -- Knowing the Creative Process -- Knowing Artistic Products -- The Therapy Part -- Knowing Development -- Knowing Psychodynamics -- Knowing Pathology and Potential -- Knowing Treatment Planning -- Knowing the Therapeutic Dyad (DVD 4.2) -- Knowing the Process of Change in Therapy -- Necessary Conditions: The Framework -- A Supportive Setting -- Physical Conditions -- Psychological Conditions -- Doing Art Therapy: The Interface -- Setting the Stage -- Evoking and Facilitating Expression -- Looking at and Learning from the Art Process -- Working Artistically -- Basic Principles -- Selecting Art Therapy -- Assessment in Planning and Evaluation -- Evaluating Art Therapy -- Qualitative Evidence -- Quantitative Evidence -- Art Therapy Research -- The Art Product in Evaluation -- The Art Process in Evaluation -- Why Art Therapy? -- Art Involves the Whole Person -- Much of Our Thinking Is Visual -- Memories May Be Preverbal or Forbidden.
Negative Ideas and Feelings Are More Easily Expressed in Art -- Art Helps to Face What's Inside: LAURIE (38) -- Art Offers Unique Possibilities for Expression -- The Art Product Is a Helpful Presence -- Art Is Flexible and Versatile -- Art Normalizes Psychotherapy -- The Creative Process Is a Learning Experience -- Art Is a Natural "High" That Also Heals -- Why Art? -- Back to Basics -- Endnote -- 5. Approaches -- Multiple Paths: Multiple Perspectives -- Psychodynamic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Freudian Psychoanalysis -- Free Association in Art Imagery: LINDA (8) -- Jungian Analytic Therapy -- Humanistic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Person-Centered Approach -- Adlerian -- Gestalt -- Ericksonian -- Phenomenological -- Existential -- Psycho-Educational Approaches to Art Therapy (DVD 5.3) -- Behavioral -- Cognitive -- Developmental -- Adaptive -- Systemic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Family Art Therapy -- Images Illuminate Important Issues-John and His Mother After Father's Death -- Group Art Therapy -- Individual Growth in a Group: DON (9) -- Art/Image-Based Approaches to Art Therapy (DVD 5.5) -- Spiritual Approaches to Art Therapy -- Integrative Approaches to Art Therapy -- Theory, Technique, and Art Therapy -- Art Therapists as Theorists -- The Unspoken Perspective -- Selective Eclecticism -- Is Theory Really Necessary? -- Endnotes -- 6. Assessment -- Art and Diagnosis -- Projective Techniques -- Responding to Visual Stimuli -- Preference Tests -- Copying and Completion -- The Scribble Drawing -- Projective Drawings -- Standardization in Drawing Tasks -- Art and Psychopathology -- Studies of Artistic Development -- Art Therapists as Diagnosticians -- Art Therapists and Projective Drawings -- Draw-a-Person and Self- Portrait in Assessment: JIMMY (5) -- Rating Scales by Art Therapists -- Rating Scales for Art Products.
Rating Scales for Art Behaviors -- Assessing Change After Seven Weeks of Group Art Therapy -- Art Therapy Assessments -- Overview -- Unstructured Approaches -- Art Assessment Reveals Depth of Pathology: EVELYN (16) -- A Scribble Drawing Helps a Sullen Adolescent: MELANIE (15) -- Structured Approaches: Themes -- Art Assessment Batteries: Individuals -- Art Assessments for Specific Purposes -- Assessing Sexual Abuse Through Art -- Assessing Spiritual Development Through Art -- Art Assessment Batteries: Families -- Art Assessment Batteries: Couples -- Selection/Creation Art Assessment Batteries -- Silver Drawing Test of Cognition & Emotion -- Magazine Photo Collage -- Face Stimulus Assessment -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnotes -- 7. Technique(s) -- Introduction -- Evolution of Art Therapy Technique -- Evoking Expression (DVD 7.1) -- Warming Up -- Pictorial Stimuli -- Visual Starters -- Using the Nondominant Hemisphere -- Stimulating Materials and Methods -- Regressive Media Help in Dealing with Shame: GLORIA (29) -- Mental Imagery -- A Series of Images -- Facilitating Expression (DVD 7.2) -- Motivational Techniques -- Artistic Interventions -- Drawing Workbooks and Guides -- Deciding What to Do and Why -- Specific Tasks Help a Family to "See" Problems -- Variations on the Visual Arts -- Sandplay -- Hypnosis and Guided Imagery -- Phototherapy, Videotherapy, and Computers -- Art and Film Therapy Help a Young Man Grow Up: ISAAC (DVD 7.9) -- Multimodal Expressive Arts Therapy -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnotes -- 8. People We Serve -- Art Therapy Is Especially Good For … -- Those Who Have No Words -- Those Who Are Resistant -- Art Therapy With an Elective Mute: ELLEN (11) -- Art Therapy Is for All Ages -- Children -- Art and Sandplay Help a Grieving Toddler: BILLY (2) -- Art and Play Therapy for an Anxious Little Girl: AMY (3) (DVD 8.10) -- Adolescents.
Art Therapy for a Painfully Shy Adolescent: LUCY (13) -- The Story of Sam: A Schizoid Teenager (18) -- Adults -- Art in Diagnosis and Therapy with a Young Adult: SALLY (22) -- Unresolved Grief Finally Faced: OLIVER (36) -- Art Therapy for Artists -- The Elderly -- It's Never Too Late: HANNAH (64) -- Endnotes -- 9. Problems We Address -- Living With Mental Illness -- Introduction -- A Story of Bravery and Creative Coping: KAREN -- Children with Psychotic Disorders -- A Youngster with Childhood Schizophrenia: DOROTHY (10) -- A Girl Who Spoke by Shutting Me Out: KITTY (4) -- A Teenager With Asperger's Syndrome Uses Puppets: EMILY (16) -- Living With Disabilities -- A Therapeutic Art Program Helps a Partially Sighted Girl: JANE (11) -- Expressive Arts Therapy Helps a Blind Boy: LARRY (8) -- History of Art Therapy for Those With Disabilities (DVD 9.8) -- The Family of the Disabled Individual -- Problems Especially Helped by Art Therapy (DVD 9.9) -- Eating Disorders -- Art Therapy for an Adolescent with Anorexia: LILA (17) -- Substance Abuse -- Art Therapy Helps a Recovering Addict: AMELIA (25) -- Survivors of Sexual Abuse -- Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) -- From Depression to Dissociation: The Story of ELAINE (40) -- Is Art Therapy Dangerous for Some People? -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnote -- 10. Places We Practice -- Introduction -- Medical Art Therapy -- Art in Medical Assessment -- Art Therapy for Psychosomatic Conditions -- A Child With Encopresis: JERRY (11) -- Art Therapy in Trauma and Rehabilitation -- Art Therapy for Healing -- Art Therapy for Terminal Illness -- Fighting Cancer With Art and Imagery: SUE (37) -- Art Therapy for Bereavement (DVD 10.5) -- A Child Requests Art Therapy After His Mother Kills Herself: CHRISTOPHER (7) -- Art as Therapy in Times of Crisis -- War and Combat.
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Summary: Introduction to Art Therapy: Sources and Resources, is the thoroughly updated and revised second edition of Judith Rubin's landmark 1999 text, the first to describe the history of art in both assessment and therapy, and to clarify the differences between artists or teachers who provide "therapeutic" art activities, psychologists or social workers who request drawings, and those who are trained as art therapists to do a kind of work which is similar, but qualitatively different. This new edition contains a DVD-ROM with over 400 still images and 250 edited video clips for much richer illustration than is possible with figures alone; an additional chapter describing the work that art therapists do; and new material on education with updated information on standards, ethics, and informing others. To further make the information accessible to practitioners, students, and teachers, the author has included a section on treatment planning and evaluation, an updated list of resources - selected professional associations and proceedings - references, expanded citations, and clinical vignettes and illustrations. Three key chapters describe and expand the work that art therapists do: "People We Help," deals with all ages; "Problems We Treat," focuses on different disorders and disabilities; and "Places We Practice," reflects the expansion of art therapy beyond its original home in psychiatry. The author's own introduction to the therapeutic power of art - as a person, a worker, and a parent - will resonate with both experienced and novice readers alike. Most importantly, however, this book provides a definition of art therapy that contains its history, diversity, challenges, and accomplishments.
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Front Cover -- Art Therapy -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- A Few Words About Style -- Introduction to the Revised Edition -- 1. Previews -- The Many Faces of Art Therapy -- Preview of Coming Attractions -- Short Stories-Vignettes -- How Art Helped Me at Times of Trauma -- Art Helps a Psychotic Boy Return to Reality: RANDY (12) -- Art Contains Aggression at Home: JENNY (5), NONA (4), and JON (4 and 14) (DVD 1.9) -- Stories from the Art Therapy Studio (DVD 1.10) -- Art & Drama Therapy Help a Girl Say Goodbye: LORI (5) -- Art Therapy Unblocks Grieving for a Little Boy: JEFF (6) -- Art Therapy Releases a Worried Boy's Energy: ALAN (4 and 11) -- Art Therapy Allows an Anxious Boy to Feel Secure: JACK (12) -- Art Therapy Helps a Talented Teenager: BETTY JANE (14) -- Art & Drama Therapy Liberate a Depressed Adolescent: JIM (17) -- Art Therapy with a Depressed Woman: MRS. LORD (27) -- Art Draws out Despair in Marital Therapy: MR. & MRS. T. -- Art and Writing Help in Adjusting to a Painful Reality: MARJORIE (45) -- Preview of Coming Chapters -- 2. What Is Art Therapy? -- Art + Therapy = ? -- Art Therapy: What It Is and What It Is Not (DVD 2.1) -- Art Therapy and Art Education (DVD 2.2) -- Invisible Differences -- Participants "Know" the Difference -- Art Therapy and Art for People with Disabilities (DVD 2.3) -- Educational and Recreational Settings -- Medical and Rehabilitation Settings -- Medical Art Therapy and Arts Medicine (DVD 2.4) -- Room for All: Teamwork (DVD 2.5) -- Art Therapy and Child Therapy (DVD 2.6) -- Play Therapy and Child Art Therapy -- Pediatric Art Therapy and Child Life Programs -- Art Therapy and Art Counseling -- Other Clinicians Who Use Art (DVD 2.7) -- Art Therapy and Occupational, Recreation, and Activity Therapy -- Art Therapy and Others Using Art in Psychotherapy.

Art Therapy and Expressive Therapies (DVD 2.9) -- Expressive Arts Therapy Ends Nightmares: CARLA (8) -- Mixing Modalities in Treatment -- Sharing and Collaborating -- Training Issues -- Choosing a Multimodal Approach -- Concluding Thoughts -- Art + Therapy = Art Therapy -- Endnotes -- 3. History -- The Sources of Art Therapy -- Natural Beauty is Soothing -- Creating Comes Naturally -- Art for Healing Is Ancient and Universal -- Art Therapy: An Idea Whose Time Had Come -- Psychiatric Interest in Patient Art -- Interdisciplinary Exchange -- Creativity and Madness -- Art Brut and Outsider Art -- Art in Diagnosis and Therapy -- Therapeutic Art Education -- Artists in Hospitals -- Art Therapy Is Born -- Naumburg and Kramer -- Other Art Therapy Pioneers in the United States -- Art Therapy in Other Countries (DVD 3.13) -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnote -- 4. The Basics -- The Art Part -- Knowing Materials -- Knowing the Creative Process -- Knowing Artistic Products -- The Therapy Part -- Knowing Development -- Knowing Psychodynamics -- Knowing Pathology and Potential -- Knowing Treatment Planning -- Knowing the Therapeutic Dyad (DVD 4.2) -- Knowing the Process of Change in Therapy -- Necessary Conditions: The Framework -- A Supportive Setting -- Physical Conditions -- Psychological Conditions -- Doing Art Therapy: The Interface -- Setting the Stage -- Evoking and Facilitating Expression -- Looking at and Learning from the Art Process -- Working Artistically -- Basic Principles -- Selecting Art Therapy -- Assessment in Planning and Evaluation -- Evaluating Art Therapy -- Qualitative Evidence -- Quantitative Evidence -- Art Therapy Research -- The Art Product in Evaluation -- The Art Process in Evaluation -- Why Art Therapy? -- Art Involves the Whole Person -- Much of Our Thinking Is Visual -- Memories May Be Preverbal or Forbidden.

Negative Ideas and Feelings Are More Easily Expressed in Art -- Art Helps to Face What's Inside: LAURIE (38) -- Art Offers Unique Possibilities for Expression -- The Art Product Is a Helpful Presence -- Art Is Flexible and Versatile -- Art Normalizes Psychotherapy -- The Creative Process Is a Learning Experience -- Art Is a Natural "High" That Also Heals -- Why Art? -- Back to Basics -- Endnote -- 5. Approaches -- Multiple Paths: Multiple Perspectives -- Psychodynamic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Freudian Psychoanalysis -- Free Association in Art Imagery: LINDA (8) -- Jungian Analytic Therapy -- Humanistic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Person-Centered Approach -- Adlerian -- Gestalt -- Ericksonian -- Phenomenological -- Existential -- Psycho-Educational Approaches to Art Therapy (DVD 5.3) -- Behavioral -- Cognitive -- Developmental -- Adaptive -- Systemic Approaches to Art Therapy -- Family Art Therapy -- Images Illuminate Important Issues-John and His Mother After Father's Death -- Group Art Therapy -- Individual Growth in a Group: DON (9) -- Art/Image-Based Approaches to Art Therapy (DVD 5.5) -- Spiritual Approaches to Art Therapy -- Integrative Approaches to Art Therapy -- Theory, Technique, and Art Therapy -- Art Therapists as Theorists -- The Unspoken Perspective -- Selective Eclecticism -- Is Theory Really Necessary? -- Endnotes -- 6. Assessment -- Art and Diagnosis -- Projective Techniques -- Responding to Visual Stimuli -- Preference Tests -- Copying and Completion -- The Scribble Drawing -- Projective Drawings -- Standardization in Drawing Tasks -- Art and Psychopathology -- Studies of Artistic Development -- Art Therapists as Diagnosticians -- Art Therapists and Projective Drawings -- Draw-a-Person and Self- Portrait in Assessment: JIMMY (5) -- Rating Scales by Art Therapists -- Rating Scales for Art Products.

Rating Scales for Art Behaviors -- Assessing Change After Seven Weeks of Group Art Therapy -- Art Therapy Assessments -- Overview -- Unstructured Approaches -- Art Assessment Reveals Depth of Pathology: EVELYN (16) -- A Scribble Drawing Helps a Sullen Adolescent: MELANIE (15) -- Structured Approaches: Themes -- Art Assessment Batteries: Individuals -- Art Assessments for Specific Purposes -- Assessing Sexual Abuse Through Art -- Assessing Spiritual Development Through Art -- Art Assessment Batteries: Families -- Art Assessment Batteries: Couples -- Selection/Creation Art Assessment Batteries -- Silver Drawing Test of Cognition & Emotion -- Magazine Photo Collage -- Face Stimulus Assessment -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnotes -- 7. Technique(s) -- Introduction -- Evolution of Art Therapy Technique -- Evoking Expression (DVD 7.1) -- Warming Up -- Pictorial Stimuli -- Visual Starters -- Using the Nondominant Hemisphere -- Stimulating Materials and Methods -- Regressive Media Help in Dealing with Shame: GLORIA (29) -- Mental Imagery -- A Series of Images -- Facilitating Expression (DVD 7.2) -- Motivational Techniques -- Artistic Interventions -- Drawing Workbooks and Guides -- Deciding What to Do and Why -- Specific Tasks Help a Family to "See" Problems -- Variations on the Visual Arts -- Sandplay -- Hypnosis and Guided Imagery -- Phototherapy, Videotherapy, and Computers -- Art and Film Therapy Help a Young Man Grow Up: ISAAC (DVD 7.9) -- Multimodal Expressive Arts Therapy -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnotes -- 8. People We Serve -- Art Therapy Is Especially Good For … -- Those Who Have No Words -- Those Who Are Resistant -- Art Therapy With an Elective Mute: ELLEN (11) -- Art Therapy Is for All Ages -- Children -- Art and Sandplay Help a Grieving Toddler: BILLY (2) -- Art and Play Therapy for an Anxious Little Girl: AMY (3) (DVD 8.10) -- Adolescents.

Art Therapy for a Painfully Shy Adolescent: LUCY (13) -- The Story of Sam: A Schizoid Teenager (18) -- Adults -- Art in Diagnosis and Therapy with a Young Adult: SALLY (22) -- Unresolved Grief Finally Faced: OLIVER (36) -- Art Therapy for Artists -- The Elderly -- It's Never Too Late: HANNAH (64) -- Endnotes -- 9. Problems We Address -- Living With Mental Illness -- Introduction -- A Story of Bravery and Creative Coping: KAREN -- Children with Psychotic Disorders -- A Youngster with Childhood Schizophrenia: DOROTHY (10) -- A Girl Who Spoke by Shutting Me Out: KITTY (4) -- A Teenager With Asperger's Syndrome Uses Puppets: EMILY (16) -- Living With Disabilities -- A Therapeutic Art Program Helps a Partially Sighted Girl: JANE (11) -- Expressive Arts Therapy Helps a Blind Boy: LARRY (8) -- History of Art Therapy for Those With Disabilities (DVD 9.8) -- The Family of the Disabled Individual -- Problems Especially Helped by Art Therapy (DVD 9.9) -- Eating Disorders -- Art Therapy for an Adolescent with Anorexia: LILA (17) -- Substance Abuse -- Art Therapy Helps a Recovering Addict: AMELIA (25) -- Survivors of Sexual Abuse -- Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) -- From Depression to Dissociation: The Story of ELAINE (40) -- Is Art Therapy Dangerous for Some People? -- Concluding Thoughts -- Endnote -- 10. Places We Practice -- Introduction -- Medical Art Therapy -- Art in Medical Assessment -- Art Therapy for Psychosomatic Conditions -- A Child With Encopresis: JERRY (11) -- Art Therapy in Trauma and Rehabilitation -- Art Therapy for Healing -- Art Therapy for Terminal Illness -- Fighting Cancer With Art and Imagery: SUE (37) -- Art Therapy for Bereavement (DVD 10.5) -- A Child Requests Art Therapy After His Mother Kills Herself: CHRISTOPHER (7) -- Art as Therapy in Times of Crisis -- War and Combat.

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Introduction to Art Therapy: Sources and Resources, is the thoroughly updated and revised second edition of Judith Rubin's landmark 1999 text, the first to describe the history of art in both assessment and therapy, and to clarify the differences between artists or teachers who provide "therapeutic" art activities, psychologists or social workers who request drawings, and those who are trained as art therapists to do a kind of work which is similar, but qualitatively different. This new edition contains a DVD-ROM with over 400 still images and 250 edited video clips for much richer illustration than is possible with figures alone; an additional chapter describing the work that art therapists do; and new material on education with updated information on standards, ethics, and informing others. To further make the information accessible to practitioners, students, and teachers, the author has included a section on treatment planning and evaluation, an updated list of resources - selected professional associations and proceedings - references, expanded citations, and clinical vignettes and illustrations. Three key chapters describe and expand the work that art therapists do: "People We Help," deals with all ages; "Problems We Treat," focuses on different disorders and disabilities; and "Places We Practice," reflects the expansion of art therapy beyond its original home in psychiatry. The author's own introduction to the therapeutic power of art - as a person, a worker, and a parent - will resonate with both experienced and novice readers alike. Most importantly, however, this book provides a definition of art therapy that contains its history, diversity, challenges, and accomplishments.

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