The Arts in Psychotherapy, 25, Art therapy can provide mirroring, psychological distance, and containment for clients who are working on mastering missed developmental stages Robbins, Art-making provides a certain amount of distance and control, and thus provides a sense of containment for clients Johnson, ; Lev-Weisel, The Adaptive Purpose of Emotional Expression: I mentioned before how art therapy helped Lee George from Australia, inspiring her to start her own art therapy program for indigenous women in similar situations.
Using Sandtray Therapy in Lifestyle Analysis.
Dealing with Developmental Issues: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 30, Artist Jane Orleman has publicly displayed paintings that explicitly depict sexual abuse at the hands of her father, despite some negative critical reception, and has written a book about the therapeutic benefits she gained from doing the paintings Marstine, The paintings of Jane Orleman.
A female painter and her dilemma.
Life Style and the Roles of the Supervisor in an Organization: Not every survivor responds with devastating symptomology or chronic life maladjustment. Use of a drawing task in the treatment of nightmares in combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder.
Psychoanalysis and visual art: Development and evaluation of a therapeutic alternative. Female Survivors of Sexual Trauma. Alderian Life-Styles among Catholic Priests.
Art Therapy, 12, International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 76, The Art Therapy Project provides short-term recurring groups that address issues of anxiety, shame and fear of social stigma that often trouble male sexual abuse survivors.
Art therapy with adult female incest survivors. Male survivors of child sexual abuse carry additional emotional burdens in a society that under-recognizes male victims, only serving to increase their isolation. Adlerian art therapy offers the benefits of a holistic approach to healing as it accounts for the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social components of life.
Through the Eyes of a Child: An expressive framework for occupational therapy. Art making and art therapy elicit a nonverbal, sensorial, symbolic, and kinesthetic therapeutic process: This video offers insight into why parents use physical discipline and provides strategies for keeping children safe.
American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 44, Christine helps us explore some really great concepts related to art therapy and sexual abuse that might be of interest to you, including accessing traumatic memories, encouraging disclosure, developmental issues, reconnecting with others through sharing, and more… Benefits of Art Therapy for Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Christine Hennig 1.
The Arts in Psychotherapy, 26, Art therapy provides a safe way for men to access these feelings and create a supportive environment with their peers.study was to evaluate a group art therapy intervention designed by the authors aimed at reducing depression, anxiety, sexual trauma and low self-esteem among 25 sexually abused girls aged 8–11 years.
THE ROLE OF RESILIENCE 2 Abstract Sexual trauma can have a debilitating impact on the lives of survivors. In this literature review, sexual trauma will be defined as sexual abuse, sexual assault or rape.
Further, Saltzman et al.
() presented via case studies the usefulness of Adlerian art therapy for working with survivors of sexual abuse and assault, and they emphasized the importance of social interest, relational connection, and mistaken goals in the trauma narrative of the lifestyle.
Sexual assault/abuse, such as rape, molestation, and groping, is common and can have a lasting impact on survivors, but therapy can be beneficial to healing. Art making and art therapy elicit a nonverbal, sensorial, symbolic, and kinesthetic therapeutic process: elements that are often negatively affected by trauma.
Adlerian art therapy provides a transitional, nonevasive, safe space for the projection of the lifestyle and the relational impact caused by sexual abuse and assault. Emotional child abuse is frequently overlooked in our focus on physical and sexual abuse, often invisible to those both outside and inside the family.
This film is a highly valuable resource for mental health professionals, abuse survivors and their loved ones.Download