Providing theory and practical interventions, this book is the perfect companion to creative arts therapy students and professionals who wish to work with the LGBTQ community and the unique challenges that sexual minorities, transgender and ...
Author: Briana MacWilliam
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Providing theory and practical interventions, this book is the perfect companion to creative arts therapy students and professionals who wish to work with the LGBTQ community and the unique challenges that sexual minorities, transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) clients face today. Considering ally development, unconscious bias and intersectionality, the book provides theory, case studies and practical guidance for working with this client group, as well as experiences emerging from within the LGBTQ and CATs community. The contributors cover a wide range of topics, from exploring sexuality and gender identity through portraiture to facilitating a music therapy group with transgender clients, and foster ally development in senior living communities through a multimodal approach. With research finding that people from the LGBTQ community are at increased risk of depression and anxiety, Creative Art Therapies and the LGBTQ Community provides indispensable guidance for therapists.
Creative arts therapies and the LGBTQ community. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Malchiodi, C. (2020). Trauma and expressive arts therapy: Brain, body, and imagination in the healing process. New York: Guilford Press.
Author: David Read Johnson
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
This third edition of Current Approaches in Drama Therapy offers a revised and updated comprehensive compilation of the primary drama therapy methods and models that are being utilized and taught in the United States and Canada. Two new approaches have been added, Insight Improvisation by Joel Gluck, and the Miss Kendra Program by David Read Johnson, Nisha Sajnani, Christine Mayor, and Cat Davis, as well as an established but not previously recognized approach in the field, Autobiographical Therapeutic Performance, by Susana Pendzik. The book begins with an updated chapter on the development of the profession of drama therapy in North America, followed by a chapter on the current state of the field written by the editors and Jason Butler. Section II includes the 13 drama therapy approaches, and Section III includes the three related disciplines of Psychodrama and Sociodrama, Playback Theatre, and Theatre of the Oppressed that have been particularly influential to drama therapists. This highly informative and indispensable volume is structured for drama therapy training programs. It will continue to be useful as a basic text of drama therapy for both students and seasoned practitioners, including mental health professionals (such as counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, creative arts therapists, occupational therapists), theater and drama teachers, school counselors, and organizational development consultants.
of related interest Art Therapy with Older Adults Connected and Empowered Erin Partridge ISBN 978178592 824 6 eISBN 978178450 940 8 Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community Theory and Practice Edited by Briana MacWilliam, ...
Author: Beth Gonzalez-Dolginko
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
There is a distinct lack of art therapy literature on working with adults with autism spectrum disorders, and this book combats this dearth by looking at the theory and practice of working with this client group. With clinical case examples throughout, it provides ideas for practice and interventions for use in institutional and community settings. There is a useful focus on directives to help with specific concerns, for example college and job readiness, social skills, and adapting to independent living. The book also includes information on ASD itself and gives advice on developmental and neurological considerations to take into account when working with this client group.
Journal of LGBT Youth 5 (1): 103–117. doi:10.1300/J524v05n01_08 Makin, Susan R. 2000. Therapeutic Art Directives and Resources: Activities and ... In Mindfulness in the Creative Arts Therapies, edited by L. Rappaport, 96–107.
Author: Susan Hogan
Gender and Difference in the Arts Therapies: Inscribed on the Body offers worldwide perspectives on gender in arts therapies practice and provides understandings of gender and arts therapies in a variety of global contexts. Bringing together leading researchers and lesser-known voices, it contains an eclectic mix of viewpoints, and includes detailed case studies of arts therapies practice in an array of social settings and with different populations. In addition to themes of gender identification, body politics and gender fluidity, this title discusses gender and arts therapies across the life-course, encompassing in its scope, art, music, dance and dramatic play therapy. Gender and Difference in the Arts Therapies demonstrates clinical applications of the arts therapies in relation to gender, along with ideas about best practice. It will be of great interest to academics and practitioners in the field of arts therapies globally.
... Cultural Awareness in Therapy with Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Adults and Older People A Practical Guide Tavi Hawn, LCSW ISBN 978 1 78592 838 3 eISBN 978 1 78592 664 8 Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community Theory and ...
Author: Kelly Darke
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
An educational and inspirational book that offers practical guidance for art therapists working with transgender and gender-expansive youth and their families. It provides art therapy goals, recommended treatments and coping skills to use with this client group. Each chapter looks at how art therapy can address a different concern or aspect of the experience, such as transitioning, bullying, and recognizing or building a support system. It includes detailed case studies and cutting-edge art therapy interventions, which help young people to express the emotions surrounding the discovery of gender identity, the transition process, and self-care.
Lipson, J. (in press, projected 2019) “Seeking the Uncensored Self: Music Therapy with Transgender Clients.” In D. Trottier, K. Long, B. MacWilliams & B. Harris (eds) Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community: Theory and Practice.
Author: S.J. Langer
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Providing new approaches for exploring gender identity and expression, this book is ideal for clinical practice with transgender and gender nonconforming/diverse clients. Importantly, it moves beyond the medical model to advance an understanding of transgender subjectivity as a natural variation of gender in humans. The book deepens understanding of the developmental trajectory of trans and gender non-conforming individuals over their lifespan, before and beyond transition, by offering new theories on gender. Drawing on theories from a range of different fields including psychoanalysis, philosophy, neuroscience, consciousness studies, trauma therapy, sex therapy, gender theory, disability studies and trans studies, it illustrates how informed clinical practice can recognise the complexity of gender identity and expression. With chapters on the understanding of core gender through the Free Energy Principle, the foundations of gender in consciousness, a gender algorithm, trauma, mirroring, and sexual functioning, this book works to provide a superior method of clinical practice that can better serve trans communities and our understanding of gender across the population.
... and Effectiveness in Therapy Deborah Spiegel with Suzanne Makary and Lauren Bonavitacola ISBN 978 1 78775 180 4 eISBN 978 1 78775 182 8 Creative Arts Therapies and the LGBTQ Community Theory and Practice Edited by Briana MacWilliam, ...
Author: Melita Belgrave
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Music therapy professionals work with diverse population groups, and this book provides therapists, and those in training, with the tools to integrate understanding of different cultural and social identities into their practice. Topics addressed include heritage, age, location, identity and health beliefs, and how to understand the dynamics of the variety of different cultures which music therapists will encounter in the course of their practice. Each chapter is written by an expert on a topic of personal interest in music therapy, explored through a multicultural lens. The chapters include anecdotes, case studies, and practical activities to try, while encouraging the reader to reflect on their own identity as a music therapist. This book is essential reading for all music therapy professionals wanting to practice in a culturally-informed manner, and respect the needs, contributions and strengths of every client.
Sajnani, N. and Kaplan, F. (2012) 'The creative arts therapies and social justice', The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39, ... X. (2013) 'Music therapists' attitudes and actions regarding the LGBTQ community: A preliminary report', The Arts in ...
Author: Sue Jennings
Routledge International Handbook of Dramatherapy is the first book of its kind to bring together leading professionals and academics from around the world to discuss their practice from a truly international perspective. Dramatherapy has developed as a profession during the latter half of the twentieth century. Now, we are beginning to see its universal reach across the globe in a range of different and diverse approaches. From Australia, to Korea to the Middle East and Africa through Europe and into North & South America dramatherapists are developing a range of working practices using the curative power of drama within a therapeutic context to work with diverse and wide ranging populations. Using traditional texts in the Indian sub-continent, healing performances in the Cameroon, supporting conflict in Israel and Palestine, through traditional Comedic theatre in Italy, to adolescents in schools and adults with mental ill health, this handbook covers a range of topics that shows the breadth, depth and strength of dramatherapy as a developing and maturing profession. It is divided into four main sections that look at the current international: Developments in dramatherapy Theoretical approaches Specific practice New and innovative approaches Offering insights on embodiment, shamanism, anthropology and cognitive approaches coupled with a range of creative, theatrical and therapeutic methods, this ground breaking book is the first congruent analysis of the profession. It will appeal to a wide and diverse international community of educators, academics, practitioners, students, training schools and professionals within the arts, arts education and arts therapies communities. Additionally it will be of benefit to teachers and departments in charge of pastoral and social care within schools and colleges.
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy 7, 47–54. Robbins, A. (1985) “Perspective: Working towards the establishment of creative arts therapies as an independent profession.” The Arts in Psychotherapy 12, 67–70.
Author: Frances F. Kaplan
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Art Therapy and Social Action is an exciting exploration of how professionals can incorporate the techniques and approaches of art therapy to address social problems. Leading art therapists and other professionals show how creative methods can be used effectively to resolve conflicts, manage aggression, heal trauma and build communities.
You are urged to learn more and become aware of local community organizations involved in this struggle. ... Chapter 7, “Use of the Expressive Art Therapies to Bring Healing From the Trauma of Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Kolkata, ...
Author: Mary K. Kometiani
This groundbreaking book introduces and researches art therapy as a creative and effective treatment for the sensitive and pertinent issue of human sex trafficking. Rich empirical examples and best practices are provided through the contributors’ expertise and knowledge in the field of art therapy. Art therapy facilitates emotional catharsis, a personal sense of worth and empowerment through making choices; supports connection to others and the inner self; resolves trauma, grief, and shame; and provides hope for the future and recovery. This book explores art therapy interventions and outcomes through detailed case studies for sex trafficking survivors in the United States, India, and Nepal, and includes international recommendations for survivor treatment and recovery, as well as staff support programming. Professional helpers and learners from mental health, social services, medical care, and those who work with trafficking and sexual abuse survivors will benefit from this guide.
Alongside this, Jacqueline Jones presents clinical examples of art therapy with veterans with traumatic brain injury ... Stonnell mobilising his skills as an art therapist to create an outdoor pop-up event within his LGBTQ community.
Author: Michele Wood
The International Handbook of Art Therapy in Palliative and Bereavement Care offers a multicultural and international perspective on how art therapy can be of help to individuals, groups, families, communities, and nations facing death and dying as well as grief and loss. Over 50 art therapists from around the world write about the transforming power of art therapy in the lives of those facing terminal illness, dementia, loss, and grief. They offer practical descriptions and techniques for working with adults and children to guide professionals, including those new to using art therapy and creative approaches in end-of-life care services. This international handbook is essential reading for arts therapists, social workers, medical personnel, faith leaders, and psychologists interested in a collaborative and accessible approach to working with patients and families affected by loss.
Table 19.1 List of therapists and practitioners interviewed for this chapter with training in the field of art therapy ... Mrs Sushma Deshpande Drama therapist, activist Rural women, sex workers and the LGBT community in and around Pune ...
Author: Paul M. Camic
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
There is growing interest internationally in the contributions which the creative arts can make to wellbeing and health in both healthcare and community settings. A timely addition to the field, the Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing is the first work of its kind to discuss the role the creative arts have in addressing some of the most pressing public health challenges faced today. Providing an evidence-base and recommendations for a wide audience, this is an essential resource for anyone involved with this increasingly important component of public health practice. The textbook offers key insights for developing new creative arts-based approaches to health and wellbeing, and shows how these can augment established practices within a variety of social settings. Theoretically grounded and with a strong evidence base, this book brings together contributions from both practitioners and researches to provide a comprehensive account of the field. Using international examples, the textbook elucidates the various approaches that have successfully led to improvements in public health, whilst case studies in healthcare practices evaluate the impact of arts-based initiatives in a multitude of international settings, life-course stages, and social milieus. The Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing is a comprehensive resource that will be essential to anyone with an interest in this increasingly important component of public health practice.
... early childhood art therapy decreasing 86; facilitator reframing 274; heart transplant patients experiencing 150; ... creative individuals 405 gender diverse individuals/gender diversity 405, 410; see also LGBTQ/LGBTQ community; ...
Author: Marygrace Berberian
Art Therapy Practices for Resilient Youth highlights the paradigm shift to treating children and adolescents as "at-promise" rather than "at-risk." By utilizing a strength-based model that moves in opposition to pathology, this volume presents a client-allied modality wherein youth are given the opportunity to express emotions that can be difficult to convey using words. Working internationally with diverse groups of young people grappling with various forms of trauma, 30 contributing therapists share their processes, informed by current understandings of neurobiology, attachment theory, and developmental psychology. In addition to guiding principles and real-world examples, also included are practical directives, strategies, and applications. Together, this compilation highlights the promise of healing through the creative arts in the face of oppression.
In C. Miller (Ed.), Assessment and outcomes in the arts therapies: A person-centred approach (pp. 54–66). ... Music psychotherapy and community music therapy: Questions and considerations. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 5(1).
Author: Stephanie L. Brooke
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
The Use of the Creative Therapies in Treating Depression is a comprehensive work that examines the use of art, play, music, dance/movement, drama, and animals as creative approaches to treating depression. The editors’ primary purpose is to examine treatment approaches, which cover the broad spectrum of the creative art therapies. Well renowned, well-credentialed, and professional creative art therapists in the areas of art, play, music, dance/movement, drama, and animal-assisted therapies have contributed to this work. In addition, some of the chapters are complimented with photographs of client work in these areas. The reader is provided with a snapshot of how these various creative art therapies are used to treat children and adults diagnosed with depression. This informative book will be of special interest to educators, students, therapists as well as people working with families and children touched by this diagnosis.
On gender and the creative arts therapies. ... Music: Promoting Health and Creating Community in Healthcare Contexts. ... gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people through sexual health education and LGBT-affirming health care.
Author: Susan Hogan
Arts Therapies and Gender Issues offers international perspectives on gender in arts therapies research and demonstrates understandings of gender and arts therapies in a variety of global contexts. Analysing current innovations and approaches in the arts therapies, it discusses issues of cultural identity, which intersect with sex, gender norms, stereotypes and sexual identity. The book includes unique and detailed case studies such as the emerging discipline of creative writing for therapeutic purposes, re-enactment phototherapy, performative practice and virtual reality. Bringing together leading researchers, it demonstrates clinical applications and shares ideas about best practice. Incorporating art, drama, dance and music therapy, this book will be of great interest to academics and researchers in the fields of arts therapies, psychology, medicine, psychotherapy, health and education. It will also appeal to practitioners and teachers of art, dance-movement, drama and music therapy.
Intersectionality has now been adopted by activists and organizations that advocate for people of color, the LGBTQ community, the disabled, and those incarcerated. Hill Collins and Bilge (2016) state that Intersectionality is a way of ...
Author: Savneet K. Talwar
Art Therapy for Social Justice seeks to open a conversation about the cultural turn in art therapy to explore the critical intersection of social change and social justice. By moving the practice of art therapy beyond standard individualized treatment models, the authors promote scholarship and dialogue that opens boundaries; they envision cross disciplinary approaches with a focus on intersectionality through the lens of black feminism, womanism, antiracism, queer theory, disability studies, and cultural theory. In particular, specific programs are highlighted that re-conceptualize art therapy practice away from a focus on pathology towards "models of caring" based on concepts of self-care, radical caring, hospitality, and restorative practice methodologies. Each chapter takes a unique perspective on the concept of "care" that is invested in wellbeing. The authors push the boundaries of what constitutes art in art therapy, re-conceptualizing notions of care and wellbeing as an ongoing process, emphasizing the importance of self-reflexivity, and reconsidering the power of language and art in trauma narratives.
Creative Explorations of Sex, Gender, and Relationships Einat S. Metzl ... 576–577) This specific stigma associated with HIV/AIDS is historically linked to the gay community because the disease's impact on it in previous decades ...
Author: Einat S. Metzl
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Appropriate for both sex therapists and art therapists, When Art Therapy Meets Sex Therapy explores sexuality and gender through the use of art making, connecting relevant theories and research from both fields. It begins with a historical review of how explorations of anatomy, physiology, and sexual identity manifested in art making in different cultures and discusses why a clinician must take these spiritual, medical, and socioeconomic factors in account to offer effective and culturally competent therapy. The second part of the book discusses clinically effective treatments in art and sex therapy, and contains numerous case illustrations. Included are interventions for important issues in therapy, such as exploring gender identity, sexual health and shame, processing sexual abuse, couples' intimacy, parenting concerns regarding their children's sexuality, and treating sex addiction.
She holds PhDs in both psychology and creative writing and a master of arts in drama. ... adolescents and adults including Queer Theatresports, a community development/sexual health promotion program for the gay and lesbian community; ...
Author: Philip Neilsen
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Drawing on new paradigms and evidence-based discoveries in neuroscience, narrative psychology, and creativity theory, Creative Arts in Counseling and Mental Health by Philip Neilsen, Robert King, and Felicity Baker explores the beneficial role of expressive arts within a recovery perspective. A framework of practice principles for the visual arts, creative writing, music, drama, dance, and digital storytelling is addressed across a number of settings and populations, providing readers with an accessible overview of techniques taught in counseling programs in the U.S. and abroad.
This review offers the foundation for a discussion of the overlap between the work done in my individual and group art therapy sessions at COH, my personal art practice, and the artworks created by LGBTQ artists.
Author: Chance Ramirez
The first phase of this thesis project examines my experiences as a Queer clinician at Center on Halsted (COH), a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community center in Chicago, IL. A thirteen-week art-based reflection on my work as an art therapy intern at COH was documented in a series of twenty-five mixed media art pieces that were displayed in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduate art therapy exhibition, Art of Connection, in the SAIC Sullivan Galleries. An exhibition of work entitled The Great Refusal: Taking on New Queer Aesthetics was on view in the same space prior to the opening of Art of Connection. This exhibit featured artworks that were created by LGBTQ artists, referenced Queer culture and relationships, or otherwise challenged mainstream artistic practices. The perspectives presented in The Great Refusal inspired me to explore the potential of art making to connect the narratives of Queer artists, including myself and my clients at COH. The second phase of my project involved an ethnographic investigation of contemporary LGBTQ-identified artists. I interviewed and collected artwork from eight artists to study the role of art making in their lives and learn about their motivations for making work. A review of literature on Queer Theory, Queer Aesthetics, and counseling with LGBTQ individuals guides my understanding of the layers of oppression affecting the LGBTQ population, the importance of community building, and the role of creativity in the identity formation of Queer people. This review offers the foundation for a discussion of the overlap between the work done in my individual and group art therapy sessions at COH, my personal art practice, and the artworks created by LGBTQ artists. In my efforts to traverse the boundaries between the therapeutic and art worlds, I find that Queer-identified people can use art making, whether in therapy or outside it, to connect with themselves and each other by creating new spaces and inventing alternate methods to share their personal narratives, express their desires, and critique the cultures that tend to ostracize them.