Course: Theory & Practice of Group Art Therapy (AT-507-1) 

This course provides a theoretical and practical foundation for the integration of sound group therapy practices with a variety of art therapy structural components. Students will utilize both didactic and experiential learning models and be asked to develop skills in recognizing and responding ethically to transference and counter-transference issues that are unique to group therapy process. Emphasis will be on the many aspects of group therapy, including group composition, group process, identifying stages of the group, types of populations, group endings; and their unique applications in the field of art therapy. The class is a group with dynamics of its own, and each student will be asked to learn by participating in and at the same time observing the unfolding of group dynamics within this class setting. 3 credits

*Please note: Non-matriculated Students must obtain the permission of the program director

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Miller

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T 5:30 PM 7:50 PM

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