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Bringing Art Therapy Techniques Into Your Practice

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Introduction

Introduction 1:02

Art Therapy in the Classroom

What is Art Therapy? 2:05

Benefits of Art Therapy in Schools 8:34

Understanding a Teacher's Role 6:20

Creating a Therapeutic Environment

Understanding the Clincial Environment 3:22

Setting Up Your Art Classroom 8:07

Understanding Behavior Through Art Therapy

Responding to Behavior 11:36

Understanding ACEs and Childhood Trauma 4:25

Using Art to Build Relationships

Building Relationships Through Artmaking 2:17

Honoring Individual Voice 7:52

Strategies for Interpersonal Artmaking 7:08

What is the Role of Media in Art Therapy?

The Use of Media in Art Therapy 4:31

Selecting Media in Your Classroom 2:36

Classroom Ideas Inspired by Art Therapy

Classroom Questions 2:25

Giant Coloring Sheets 2:19

Community Collaboration 2:48

Conclusion

Conclusion 1:17

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Bringing Art Therapy Techniques Into Your Practice

4 PD Hours

  • 1 Connect relationship-building to positive student behavior.

  • 2 Plan classroom procedures to proactively prevent negative student behaviors.

  • 3 Organize the classroom environment to support students’ social-emotional needs.

Art therapists use artmaking as a therapeutic tool to help patients effectively process personal trauma. What can art teachers learn from this related profession, and how can they apply it to their classroom practice? Join licensed art therapist Caroline Tye as she shares insights from her art therapy practice and provides concrete suggestions for using art therapy techniques to improve student behavior in your classroom.


Connected K-12 Art Educator Framework Competencies

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
10. Expectations
A. Creates and communicates clear expectations and consequences
B. Creates and communicates clear routines and procedures

11. Relationship Building
A. Builds rapport and positive relationships with students
B. Creates and maintains an environment of respect

12. Physical Space
A. Designs an art room that is accessible for all students

Caroline Tye

Caroline Tye

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Registered Board-Certified Art Therapist, and PRO Facilitator

Caroline Tye is a licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and registered Board-Certified Art Therapist. She is also an artist, educator, mom of two, and the owner of Dandelion Art Studio. She received a Master's in Art Therapy with an emphasis in Counseling at Mount Mary University. Her philosophy is that art, creativity, and relationships can promote growth, healing, and transformation.

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Resources

https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-18SELBenefitsofArtTherapyandArtEducation.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-6-BenefitsofIncludingElementsofArtTherapyinYourClassroom.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-TheDOsandDONTsofUsing-ArtTherapyStrategiesintheArtClassroom.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-StrategiesforCreatingaTherapeuticClassroom.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-3StrategiesforPreventingNegativeBehavior.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-ACEsandtheArtRoom.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-10IdeasforConnectingWithStudents.pdf
https://artofed-uploads-prod.nyc3.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/2021/07/73.2-9IdeasforBuildingWhole-ClassRelationships.pdf

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