NY-0320 - Addressing Contemporary MICA Issues in Art Therapy


This course seeks to explore contemporary issues in MICA treatment. Topics include an exploration of recent trends in substance abuse, implications in clinical practice, and Art Therapy directives geared to address short and long-term treatment goals.

Learning Objectives
    1. Identify and articulate the etymology of at least two substances receiving attention in contemporary MICA treatment.
    2. Learn at least six psychiatric symptoms related to the discussed substances that impact the clinical presentation of patients in treatment.
    3. Explore four directives for possible use with patients who currently use or have a history of using the aforementioned substances.

    Jenna Krauter

    Jenna Krauter, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT is a licensed art therapist and graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York. She has extensive experience in adult inpatient treatment and focuses on the integration of art therapy and psychoeducation in treatment for adults with chronic mental illness.

    Jamie Shoneman

    Jamie Shoneman, ATR-BC, LCAT is a Licensed Art Therapist who has experience working with populations from Pre-School Children to Geriatrics. She has specialized in Trauma Therapy and has extensive experience working with the Dually Diagnosed throughout the recovery process as well as providing mentorship and supervision to students and professionals.


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    11 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/11 points to pass
    11 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  11/11 points to pass
    Quality Assessment
    4 Questions
    4 Questions Please complete the questions to rate your experience with the course.
    Up to 1.00 credits available  |  Certificate available
    Up to 1.00 credits available  |  Certificate available