Integrating Arts Therapies into Education
A Collective Volume
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after March 18, 2021
This book offers a variety of effective, concrete ways to better assimilate arts therapies in the educational system.
Featuring leading art therapists and the models they have honed as a result of their extensive experience in education, Integrating Arts Therapies into Education discusses systemic issues and challenges related to work in the education system such as confidentiality, multi-disciplinary teamwork with educators, and contact with parents. Divided into two parts, the first discusses systemic issues related to work in the education system, and the second presents a series of dedicated models that can be implemented in the education system. Each chapter consists of a theoretical background, a description of the working model, a clinical example or case study, and a summary.
Creative arts and expressive therapy practitioners will find this guide filled with the most effective ways to approach and deliver arts therapies in a school setting.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Systemic Aspects of Work in the Education System
1. The Collaborative Arts Therapist-Teacher Model: Theory and Practice.
2. Working with parents within the education system
3. Maintaining therapeutic confidentiality in the school system
4. The integration of the Arts Therapies in the work of a multidisciplinary team in a hospital school setting
Michal Ulitzur-Zemel, Yael Kalfus, Tal Mann, and Haggai Yoel
5. "We have created You Peoples and Tribes that You may know One Another" (Surat Al Hujurat, Quran): Multicultural aspects of arts therapies in the educational system
Yael Bruno and Zakiah Massarwa
Part 2: Specific Working Models in the Education System
6. Parent-child art psychotherapy in the education system
Dafna Regev and Rona Tamir
7. The "Open Studio" model in educational frameworks
8. A Dialectic Model for Art Therapy with Students who Behave Aggressively
9. ECRAB (An Emotional, Cognitive, Rehabilitative and Behavioral Model): Group-class arts therapy in a special education school
Mickey Ofer Yarom, Deborah Court and Adina Shamir
10. Dialogue through the exhibition of artworks
11. CoAT: A community-based therapeutic approach in educational environments
Efrat Roginsky, Tamar Sade-Dor, Osnat Dvir, Yael Halahmi and Sandra Goldman
12. The Role of Art Therapy Substitutes in the Education System during Maternity Leave
Sharon Snir and Racheli Raubach Kaspy
Dafna Regev is an art therapist and researcher. She is a senior lecturer and member of the Emili Sagol Creative Arts Therapies Research Center at the University of Haifa, Israel.
Sharon Snir is an art therapist and researcher. She is an associate professor and head of the art therapy masters program at Tel Hai College, Israel.