By Vicky Karkou
As arts therapists are more and more operating in faculties, there's growing to be curiosity in picking appropriate healing methods and increasing on proper study facts. This e-book outlines the capability makes use of of song, paintings, drama and dance circulation cures in academic settings, and the contribution they must make to the emotional and social improvement of youngsters and young people.
Drawing on overseas facts, the ebook outlines a variety of cutting edge functions of arts cures throughout various settings, together with mainstream study rooms, exact faculties and scholar aid devices. Examples of matters lined comprise solution-focused short dramatherapy groupwork in mainstream schooling, paintings remedy for kids with particular studying problems who've skilled trauma and song remedy in specified schooling. specific emphasis is put upon collaborative paintings, even if it's among arts therapists from varied disciplines, arts therapists and instructing employees or arts therapists and researchers.
Arts remedies in colleges might be of significant curiosity to arts therapists, and also will be beneficial to others who need to know in regards to the strength of arts treatments within the lecture room, together with lecturers and different schooling execs, healthiness execs, academic psychologists, university counsellors and coverage makers.
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The results of studies by Goldstein and Glick (1987) have shown consistently positive effects for adolescents’ skill in learning and practising new pro-social behaviours through role-plays involving positive solutions to a variety of relationship conflicts. Using grant funds from the Marian Chace Foundation of the American Dance Therapy Association, I completed an evaluation of this programme (Koshland and Whittaker 2004). Aim This study evaluated the effectiveness of a 12-week dance movement therapy-based violence prevention programme designed to teach skills for PEACE through Dance Movement Therapy 47 building self-control and decreasing aggressive incidents and disruptive behaviours at an elementary school in an urban setting in the Southwest US.
A key element of the ‘Ways of Seeing’ programme, which has played a significant role in this case study, is analysing how the child’s nonverbal movement style reveals information about how the child regulates herself on an emotional and physiological level. This interplay between emotional and physical/sensory regulation can significantly influence how the child experiences and expresses herself, and how she behaves in the surroundings – which, in turn, influences how she forms relationships with others.
Such observations as reported by teachers, that they saw a reduction in fighting and disruptive behaviours in their students, corresponds to findings from work by Goldstein and Glick (1987) of positive effects for adolescents’ skills in learning and practising positive solutions to relationship conflicts, as well as decreasing aggressive incidents behaviour before they turn into violent behaviour (Goldstein 1999b). Results from the pre-, middle and post-programme classroom observations showed a significant decrease in negative behaviours listed in behaviour incident report Form B.