Counseling for Child and Adolescent Populations: Transpersonal Art Therapy

An examination of the psychological, psychosocial, cultural, cognitive, creative, and spiritual development of children from birth through adolescence to age nineteen as it relates to the practice of counseling and art therapy. Through readings, discussion, practice sessions with children, experiential exercises, and assignments, students focus on understanding development and assessment, including art-based assessments, attachment theory, approaches to treatment, cultural competency, and the practice of counseling and art therapy with a variety of child and adolescent populations. AT only. Materials fee. Prerequisite: CNSA751.
Course Number: CNSA734
Units: 3.0