Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in Creative Arts Therapies
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Navigating Ethical Dilemmas in Creative Arts Therapies uses a case-based approach to provide practical guidance for practitioners on the skillful application of ethical decision-making in art therapy.
The book introduces the DO ART model, an ethical decision-making model specific to the practice of art therapy. Walking readers through common areas of ethical dilemmas, chapters detail how art-making can be used to navigate the model, supporting the well-documented practice of art therapists engaging in art-making processes themselves. Topics covered include boundaries and confidentiality, assessment, storage and exhibition, materials, multicultural issues, technology in art therapy, working with vulnerable populations, supervision and training, and ethical research.
Art therapists at all levels will find this book to be a necessary resource for their practice.