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  • 0507 - Technology-Facilitated Art Therapy Supervision

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course examines examine the use of technology in art therapy supervision, including current protocols, recommendations, clinical mandates and advice on keeping up with the changing technological landscape.

    Description

    This course examines examine the use of technology in art therapy supervision, including current protocols, recommendations, clinical mandates and advice on keeping up with the changing technological landscape.

    Learning Objectives
      1. Identify the 4 major considerations that pertain to ethical and legal use of technology in art therapy supervision.
      2. Identify the current ATCB requirements and accepted criteria pertaining to technology-facilitated art therapy supervision, as well as the 2 mentions of technology in supervision within AATA's Ethical Principles for Art Therapists.
      3. Identify at least 5 recommendations for art therapists choosing to conduct clinical business using their cellular phones, tablets, or similar electronic devices.

      Dr. Rachel Brandoff

      Professor, Jefferson University

      Rachel Brandoff, PhD, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCAT, is a professor and coordinator of the Art Therapy Specialization in Trauma Counseling at Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She works on the Annual Philadelphia Trauma Training Conference, held at Jefferson University. Rachel has maintained a private practice for 12 years and provides supervision to practicing art therapists.

      Reina Lombardi

      Founder, Florida Art Therapy Services, LLC

      Reina Lombardi, ATR-BC, ATCS, LMHC-QS is the founder of Florida Art Therapy Services, LLC. She along with her team of therapists provide individual and group therapy services, as well as provide arts-based, therapeutic, and psycho-educational trainings within the SWFL community. Reina is a speaker, author, consultant, and art therapy and mental health counseling supervisor.

    1. N/NY-0311 - Art Therapy with Older Adults: Expressing Life–Art Therapy at Salem Lutheran Home

      Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

      Salem Lutheran Home went from a once-a-week art class to 6 days of art programming and art therapy. Residents in all levels of care are supported in maintaining their identities as artists or exploring creative pursuits for the first time. This course presents a range of the art and art therapy programming at Salem, as well as describing the ways a therapist can function within different levels of elder care.

      Description

      Salem Lutheran Home went from a once-a-week art class to 6 days of art programming and art therapy. Residents in all levels of care are supported in maintaining their identities as artists or exploring creative pursuits for the first time. This course presents a range of the art and art therapy programming at Salem, as well as describing the ways a therapist can function within different levels of elder care.

      Learning Objectives
        1. Identify three common issues facing elders in all levels of care.
        2. Learn three adaptive techniques to use with elders.
        3. Learn three ways to establish and expand therapy services for elders.

        Dr. Erin Partridge

        Board Certified Art Therapist, Elder Care Alliance

        Erin Partridge, PhD, ATR-BC is an artist and board certified, registered art therapist. Her clinical experience includes work in community, pediatric, forensic, and geriatric settings. Erin received a BFA, studying fine art, psychology and women’s studies in at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She went onto obtain a MA in art therapy from New York University in 2008, and a PhD in art therapy from Notre Dame de Namur in 2016. Erin’s teaching and lecturing experience includes teaching at NDNU in the art therapy department, guest lectures in art and counseling programs, mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, workshop facilitation at several national conferences, and interviews with media about art therapy.

        Her research interests incorporate the lived experience and focus on participatory, ethnographic, and art-based approaches. She is currently working on responding to the findings of her research within the elder care context, and conducting continued research in this setting.