Professional Counseling Orientation and Ethical Practice I: Transpersonal Art Therapy
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Professional Counseling Orientation and Ethical Practice provides an instructional,
supportive forum for students practicing counseling and art therapy in agency settings.
One half of each class meeting is devoted to case consultation and secondary supervision,
in addition to the primary supervisory responsibilities of the on-site supervisor.
Students study the ethical codes, legal, and advocacy considerations of counseling
and art therapy, including: standards of practice and clients' rights; confidentiality
and mandatory reporting; informed consent; assessment and treatment planning; documentation
and record keeping; boundary violations/dual relationships; therapeutic technique
and style; cultural competency; transference and countertransference; and ownership
of artwork. Students demonstrate the applied integration of theoretical material by
preparing a written case study and regularly presenting case material during classes.
Prerequisites: CNSA790 and all required Art Therapy and Transpersonal Counseling courses.
TAT only.Course Number: