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Art Therapy with Students at Risk: Fostering Resilience and Growth Through Self-Expression
Stepney, Stella A., M.S., ATR-BC, LCAT
Charles C. Thomas, Publishers / Softcover / 2017-06-01 / 0398091617
Expressive Arts Therapies / School-Oriented
price: $69.95
344 pages
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Art Therapy with Students at Risk: Fostering Resilience and Growth Through Self-Expression reflects the current research, legislation, and trends that impact the theory and practice of art therapy with diverse at-risk student populations. The book is divided into eight chapters and it includes twelve therapeutic techniques. The 12 therapeutic techniques are written in a lesson plan format which provide opportunities for children to express their thoughts and feelings coupled with confirmation that their art is important to them and to others. Chapter 1, “Adolescence,” examines the developmental period between childhood and adulthood. Chapter 2, “Alternative Schools,” describes the development of alternative schools in the United States through legislative reform, education reform, and civil rights. Chapter 3, “Alternative Education,” explores the catalyst for policymakers to make quality education a civil rights issue. Chapter 4, “Emotions and Learning,” investigates the relationship between emotions and learning and the impact of this relationship on academic achievement. Chapter 5, “Multicultural and Diversity Competence,” focuses on the changing demographics in the United States which have significant implications for the art therapy profession. Chapter 6, “From Risk to Resilience,” highlights the paradigm shift in resilience research away from the deficit, pathology-focused model of development, referred to as the Damage Model to the Challenge Model. Chapter 7, “Art Psychotherapy,” provides insight into the unique criteria that distinguishes it from other types of psychotherapy. Chapter 8, “Art Therapy with Students at Risk,” presents a foundational framework for developing and implementing an art therapy program within a traditional or nontraditional learning environment. This book is designed for art therapy students, professional art therapists, educators, administrators, and practitioners in the allied professions of counseling, social work, psychology, prevention, and human services.

Contents:

Foreword by Doctor Judith A. Rubin
Preface
Introduction

1. ADOLESCENCE
Nature of Development
Context of Development
Developmental Psychopathology
Developmental Period of Adolescence
Developmental Domains
Physical Development
Adaptation
Cognitive Development
Moral Development
Personality Development
Psychosexual
Psychosocial
Identity Development
Racial Identity Development
Creative Development
Risk-Taking Behaviors
Spheres of Adolescent Functioning
Mental Disorders
Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Other Conditions That May Be a Focus of Clinical
Attention
Students with Disabilities
Promoting Mental Health
References

2. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS
Historical Overview
Legislative Reform
Education Reform
Civil Rights Movement
Advocacy
Types of Alternative Schools
Students At Risk of Educational Failure
A Nation at Risk
At-Risk Students
Attitudes and Personality Characteristics of At-Risk Students
Alternative Schools and Programs for Public School
Students At Risk of Educational Failure: 2007–2008
(NCES 2010)
Advocacy
References

3. ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
U.S. Department of Education
Federal Legislation
Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
Goals 2000: Educate America Act of 1994
Improving America’s School Act of 1994
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1997
No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004
Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015
Research Studies on School Dropout
The Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts, 2006
Risk Factors and Exemplary Programs: A Technical Report, 2007
Risk Factors on the Individual Domain
Risk Factors on the Family Domain
Trends in High School Dropout and Completion Rates in the United States: 1972–2009, Compendium Report, 2011
National Event Dropout Rates
National Status Dropout Rates
National Status Completion Rates
Understanding Why Students Drop Out of High School, According to Their Own Reports, 2013
Digest of Education Statistics 2013 (NCES 2015)
Don’t Call Them Dropouts: Understanding the Experiences of Young People Who Leave High School Before Graduation, 2014
Alternative Learning Environments
School Without Walls Commencement Academy, Rochester, NY
Monroe #1 Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Fairport, NY
Special Education within Alternative Education
Special Education Legislation
Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1997
Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act of 2004
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Special Education Process
Advocacy
National Alternative Education Association (NAEA)
National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities (NDPC-SD)
VSA Arts
America’s Promise Alliance
References

4. EMOTIONS AND LEARNING
Phenomenology of Emotion
Psychobiology of Emotion
The Brain
Neurons
Central Nervous System
Conscious Brain
Unconscious Brain
Limbic System
Peripheral Nervous System
Endocrine System and Hormones
Immune System
The Adolescent Brain
Magnetic Resonance Imagining (MRI)
Hormonal Influences in Puberty
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)
Hormonal Influences on Emotions
Cortisol
Endorphins
Learning and Memory
Implications from Emotion Research
Implications from Neuroscience
References

5. MULTICULTURAL AND DIVERSITY COMPETENCE
Culture
Cultural Competence
Twenty-First Century Demographics in the United States
Acquiring Multicultural and Diversity Competence
Perspectives in Practice
Ethics
Case Conceptualization
Assessment
Acculturation
Cultural Identity
Treatment
Cultural Sensitivity
References

6. FROM RISK TO RESILIENCE
Risk Factors
Cradle to Prison Pipeline
The Case of Tarik
Juvenile Justice System
School to Prison Pipeline
Ecological Hazards
Motivation
Discipline
Protective Factors
Neuroplasticity
Developmental Assets
Character Strengths
Competence
Resilience
The Seven Resiliencies
Circle of Courage
Perspectives on Resilience
References

7. ART THERAPY
The Art Therapy Profession
Definition of the Profession
American Art Therapy Association
Art Therapy Credentials Board
The Creative Process
Theoretical Approaches to Art Therapy
Technique in Art Therapy
Expressive Therapies Continuum (ETC)
Components of the ETC
ETC and Information Processing
ETC Interface in Art Therapy
Functions of the ETC Components
ETC and Media Properties
ETC and Mediators
ETC Task Complexity and Task Structure
Writing Therapeutic Techniques Based on ETC Theory
References

8. ART THERAPY WITH STUDENTS AT RISK
Development of Art Therapy in Schools
Advancing Art Therapy in School Environments
Ethical Decision Making
Informed Consent
Informed Consent of Minors
Informed Consent Document
Record Keeping
Clinical Perspective of Record Keeping
Progress Notes
Process Notes
Legal Perspective of Record Keeping
Confidentiality, Privileged Communication, and Privacy
Confidentiality
Duty to Warn and to Protect
Duty to Warn and to Protect in School Environments
Child Abuse and Neglect
Privileged Communication
Privacy Assessment
Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS)
Silver Drawing Test of Cognition and Emotion (SDT)
Documenting Assessment Results
Goals and Objectives
Treatment
Treatment Plan
Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
Cognitive Structures: Schemata
Cognitive Products: Automatic Thoughts and Cognitive Distortions
Cognitive Restructuring in Art Therapy
Cultural Sensitivity
Collaborative Empiricism and Guided Discovery
Perspectives in Practice
Professional Regulation in New York State
Neurosequential Brain Development
Neuroplasticity
Strength-Based
Therapeutic Techniques
Family-of-Origin Cultural Genogram
The Garden of Self
The Bridge
Archetypal Banner
Magazine Photo Collage
Survival on an Island
Mandala Drawing
Poetry as Metaphor
Volcano as Metaphor
Journal to Self-Awareness
Mask Making
Storytelling as Metaphor
References

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