|Module title||Art therapy|
|Module lecturer||prof. UAM dr hab. Marcela Kosciańczuk|
|Faculty||Faculty of Anthropology and Cultural Studies|
Module aim (aims)
1. Student achieve knowledge about different types of art therapy2. Student achieve basic skills in different types of art therapy3. Student achieve knowledge and skills connected with appropriate match between the problem and art therapy method.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
Just 6 out of 30 classes are theoretical. Most of the claases are practical and use our creativity, openess and personal engagement. Basic knowledge in the field of psychology or psychotherapy is recommended but not obligatory.
1.-2.Introduction to art therapy, theoretical and practical ground, connections to other disciplines.3. Art. therapy uses in different problems and groups4. Narration in art. therapy5. Art therapy and mindfulness6. Drama in Art therapy7. Dance and movement therapy8. Photography in Art Therapy9.-10. Music therapy11. Drawing and painting in Art therapy12. Collage in Art therapy13. Art Therapy, Art Studio and community art14-15 Students’ Project based on the techniques used during the classes.
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