Art Therapy in Schools
Released by Dafna Moriya Ph.D. ATR - October 2000
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are increasingly employing art therapists. Properly integrating art therapists in schools makes it possible to
maximize the high potential of therapy work with children, as well as contributing to the entire school environment.
Supervisors, principals, teachers, school counselors and educational psychologists will find here a concise
explanation of the nature of art therapy, along with case examples. This booklet provides a theoretical and
practical survey of the issues surrounding the integration of emotional therapy in an educational framework.
The author (a former information systems engineer) has worked as an art therapist in a private school for children with ADHD, regular public schools, a private therapy center in a religious school, and special education schools. She presents a systematic model for therapy work procedures, including sample forms, in regular and special education schools, as an organizational tool for therapists, administrators and other school personnel.
International Society for the
Psychopathology of Expression and Art-Therapy (S.I.P.E) Newsletter number 24,
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