Techniques And Methodology of Art Therapy
• Free Associative Expressions Based Techniques
• Theme Based Techniques
• Abstract Based Techniques
• Psychological Basis of
e) Negative And Positive Spaces
g) Colour Harmonies
h) Media Applications
• History Taking
• M.S.E (Mental Status Examination)
a) H.T.P (House Tree & Person Test)
b) H.F.D (Human Figure Drawing Test)
c) T.A.T (Thematic Apperception Test)
d) PANSS (Positive And Negative Syndrome Scale)
• Application of Techniques
• Report Writing
Presentation of Display Work/ Psychotherapeutic Research Based Exhibition
• Case Study = 20 Marks
• Viva = 20 Marks
• Presentation = 20 Marks
• Workshop = 20 Marks
• Psychotherapeutic Paintings Exhibition Display = 20 Marks
- Total Marks = 100 Marks
- Passing Criteria = 50 % Marks Overall
Art therapy students learn the various methods and skills needed to effectively counsel patients through creative self-expression. Students in this course explore the psychotherapy and art theories relevant to expressive therapy. Students work on their artistic skills and develop the skills necessary for self-expression and healing. The use of personal creativity to help patients with emotional and adjustment issues is explored.
Course Learning Outcomes
To increase meaningful experiences in the current situation, to increase life satisfaction, as well as to increase leisure enjoyment.
To facilitate reminiscing and healing and to enrich appropriate sensory stimulation using texture, color, line, and composition.
To maintain a higher level of cognitive functioning by stimulated in use of descriptive vocabulary, recall, and meaning.
To provide additional emotional support and expression of emotions related to life situations and changes.
To provide a safe space for society to explore one's creativity in various art media and to explore interests. Ordering of experience visually and verbally.
To increase personal autonomy and motivation.
To improve abstract thinking through inter personal learning.
To enhance social interactive ability, self support and trust.
To build career as health practitioner.
Relate to others in a group, understanding of effect of self on others and relationships.
To develop creative imagination and improve spontaneity.
To cop awareness as well as withdrawal tendencies.
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