Art Therapy and Emotion Regulation Problems : Theory and Workbook.

By: Haeyen, SuzanneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (373 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319967738Subject(s): Art therapy-Handbooks, manuals, etc | Emotions-Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Art Therapy and Emotion Regulation Problems : Theory and WorkbookDDC classification: 616.891656 LOC classification: BF1-990Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Foreword I -- Foreword II -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- Part I The Chapters -- 1 Personal Space from an Art Therapy Point of View Unresolved Issues with Autonomy as Central Factor -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Phenomenon of Personal Space -- 1.3 Personal Space as Your Own Territory -- 1.3.1 Human Territory -- 1.3.2 Several Territories: Function and Behaviour -- 1.3.3 Territorial Behaviour and Personality Disorders -- 1.4 Creating and Shaping the Personal Space -- 1.4.1 Ego Development and the Relationship Between the Self and the Objects -- 1.4.2 Developments in a Child's Drawings and Formation of the Self -- 1.5 The Personal Space and Art Therapy -- 1.5.1 The Therapy Situation -- 1.5.2 Aspects of Working in Art Therapy Relating to the Personal Space -- 1.5.3 The Role of the Art Therapist -- 1.5.4 Regaining Personal Space in Its Most Basic Form: Psychotic Disintegration -- 1.5.5 Regaining and Giving Shape to the Personal Space in Personality Disorders -- 1.5.6 Benefits of Art Therapy -- 1.6 Summary -- References -- 2 Client with a Diagnosis of a Borderline Personality Disorder: Responsible and Competent!? Art Therapy and Severe Cluster B Personality Disorders -- 2.1 What Is Actually Happening? -- 2.2 What Is a Severe Cluster B Personality Disorder? -- 2.3 Important Assumptions for Treatment of a Severe Cluster B Personality Disorder -- 2.4 Art Therapy for People Diagnosed with a Borderline Personality Disorder -- 2.5 Objectives of Art Therapy for This Group -- 2.6 Specific Aspects of Art Therapy and Their Translation for Use with the Target Group -- 2.7 The Art Work Produced and Its Functions When Working with This Target Group -- 2.8 In Conclusion -- 2.9 Summary -- References.
3 Working to Connect Art Therapy on the Basis of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for Clients Diagnosed with a Borderline Disorder -- 3.1 What Is Dialectical Behaviour Therapy? -- 3.2 Dialectics -- 3.3 Dialectics in Art Therapy -- 3.4 Objectives of Art Therapy Based on DBT -- 3.4.1 Learning to Express and Regulate Emotions -- 3.4.2 Achieving a More Stable Self-awareness -- 3.4.3 Practising with Interpersonal Skills -- 3.4.4 Practising Distress Tolerance Skills -- 3.5 An Example: A Mindfulness Model -- 3.6 The Mindfulness Model in Art Therapy -- 3.7 Therapeutic Objectives -- 3.8 Conclusion -- 3.9 Summary -- References -- 4 Imagery in Art Therapy: A Schema-Focused Approach -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 What Is Guided Imagery? -- 4.3 Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy -- 4.3.1 Schemas in More Detail -- 4.4 Imagery Exercise: Present-Past -- 4.4.1 The Nature of Imagery -- 4.4.2 Target Groups -- 4.4.3 Introduction to the Present-Past Exercise -- 4.4.4 Objectives of the Exercise -- 4.4.5 Instructions -- 4.5 The Evaluation -- 4.6 Conclusion -- 4.7 Summary -- References -- 5 Letting Go and Holding On in Art Therapy: Disillusionment and New Possibilities -- 5.1 Letting Go and Holding On in Art Therapy: Working with the Two Stones -- 5.2 The Central Questions: What Bothers Me in My Life? What Do I Want to Change? What Will I Have to Give Up for That? and Is That What I Really Want? -- 5.3 The Process of Letting Go and Holding On, of Change and Acceptance -- 5.4 Holding On to Experiences from Art Therapy -- 5.4.1 Transfer and Art Therapy -- 5.4.2 Rituals -- 5.5 Integration: Transfer Between Parts of the Self -- 5.6 Encouraging Transfer in a Broader Context -- 5.7 Summary -- References -- 6 'Stop Acting Out, Experience Emotions!' Child, Adult and Parent Portrayed in Art Therapy: A Case History -- 6.1 A Few Years Later, Former Client Katie Describes Her Experience.
7 People Diagnosed with Personality Disorders in Art Therapy: What Is the Scientific Evidence? Effectiveness of Art Therapy in Personality Disorders -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Art Therapy in Personality Disorders in Present Practice -- 7.3 Search History -- 7.4 Foundations of Art Therapy Diagnostics in Personality Disorders -- 7.5 Foundations of Art Therapy Treatment in Personality Disorders -- 7.5.1 Expert Opinions, Level D -- Emotional Regulation Problems -- Self-regulation Problems -- Enduring and Inflexible Patterns of Cognitions, Emotions and Behaviours -- Impairments in Interpersonal Functioning (Empathy or Intimacy) -- 7.5.2 Non-comparative Research, Level C -- 7.5.3 Non-randomised Cohort Studies, Client-Control Studies, Level B -- 7.5.4 Randomised Controlled Trials and Systematic Reviews, Level A -- 7.6 Conclusions -- References -- Part II Workbook -- 8 Mindfulness Module -- 8.1 Summary of Mindfulness Skills Theory -- 8.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 8.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: States of Mind/Circles -- 8.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Awareness Exercise -- 8.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: A Theme That Is Important to You in Your Treatment -- 8.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Hard-Soft Contrasts in Clay -- 8.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Contrast in Lines -- 8.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Head and Heart -- 8.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Portrait-Blind Drawing -- 8.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Drawing by Feeling -- 8.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Chalk Scribbles -- 8.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Individual Silhouette -- 8.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Four Exercises on Observing -- 8.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Clay Sphere -- 8.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Basic Forms -- 8.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Imagination-The Seed -- 8.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Draw the Core Quadrant -- 8.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Imagination-The Conveyor Belt -- 8.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Scribble Drawing -- 8.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Series of Three Paintings -- 8.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Florence Cane* Technique.
8.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Watercolour Picture -- 8.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: Painting Experiment -- 8.24 ASSIGNMENT 22: Tearing -- References -- 9 Emotion Regulation Module -- 9.1 Summary of Emotion Regulation Skills Theory -- 9.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 9.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: Emotional Diary -- 9.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: You and a Significant Other -- 9.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Landscape Fantasy -- 9.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Emotion in Clay and Other Materials -- 9.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Powerful-Powerless -- 9.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Self-Portrait-Four Sentences -- 9.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: The Four Elements -- 9.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Lines-Circle-Human Figure -- 9.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Six Basic Emotions -- 9.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Black Ink Monsters -- 9.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Above and Below the Surface -- 9.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: The Wall -- 9.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Timeline of Your Life -- 9.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Timeline of Your Life (Continued) -- 9.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Black and White Tearing Exercise -- 9.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: House of Emotions -- 9.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Two Stones-Holding on and Letting Go -- 9.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Elevenie -- 9.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Human Figure and Geometric Shape -- 9.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Emotion Island-Map -- 9.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: Making Choices -- 9.24 ASSIGNMENT 22: Emergence of a Painting -- 9.25 ASSIGNMENT 23: Self-Portrait, Inside and Out -- 9.26 Evaluation Form for Emotion Regulation -- 10 Interpersonal Effectiveness Module -- 10.1 Summary of Interpersonal Effectiveness Theory -- 10.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 10.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: What Are You Looking for in Contacts with Others and/or in Working with Materials? -- 10.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Sociogram -- 10.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Working in Pairs-Postcards -- 10.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Emotion and Collaboration -- 10.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Three Sheets of Paper, Working Towards Each Other.
10.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Plaster of Paris Hands -- 10.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Continuous Garden -- 10.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Tree and Landscape -- 10.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Underwater Landscape -- 10.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Clay Hut Village -- 10.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Making Contact from Your Personal Space -- 10.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Still Life Exercise: Asking and Refusing -- 10.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Clay Island -- 10.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Black Lines, Group Assignment -- 10.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Role-Playing with Instructions -- 10.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Group Painting with Objectives -- 10.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Silhouettes. Group Task -- 10.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Matisse Brushes -- 10.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Boat with Crew -- 10.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Tower Made from Newspapers, with Handicap -- 10.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: A Drawing Dialogue -- 11 Distress Tolerance Skills Module -- 11.1 Summary of Distress Tolerance Skills Theory -- 11.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 11.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: Clay in a Bag -- 11.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Problems and Solutions -- 11.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Giving and Receiving Feedback -- 11.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Positive Book (Follow-Up to Assignment on Giving and Receiving Feedback) -- 11.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Helpful Symbol -- 11.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Pleasant Spot, 3D -- 11.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Pans -- 11.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Treasuring Something Beautiful -- 11.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Holiday from Adulthood -- 11.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Dream Holiday -- 11.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Senses-Sensations -- 11.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Meditation Image -- 11.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Copying a Painting -- 11.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Secret Room in Yourself -- 11.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Something Nice for Someone Else -- 11.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Pain -- 11.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Be Proud of Yourself! -- 11.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: The Leaf -- 11.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Body Image of Emotion -- Reference -- 12 Introduction to Schema-Focused Therapy Module.
12.1 Summary of Schema Therapy.
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Intro -- Foreword I -- Foreword II -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- Part I The Chapters -- 1 Personal Space from an Art Therapy Point of View Unresolved Issues with Autonomy as Central Factor -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Phenomenon of Personal Space -- 1.3 Personal Space as Your Own Territory -- 1.3.1 Human Territory -- 1.3.2 Several Territories: Function and Behaviour -- 1.3.3 Territorial Behaviour and Personality Disorders -- 1.4 Creating and Shaping the Personal Space -- 1.4.1 Ego Development and the Relationship Between the Self and the Objects -- 1.4.2 Developments in a Child's Drawings and Formation of the Self -- 1.5 The Personal Space and Art Therapy -- 1.5.1 The Therapy Situation -- 1.5.2 Aspects of Working in Art Therapy Relating to the Personal Space -- 1.5.3 The Role of the Art Therapist -- 1.5.4 Regaining Personal Space in Its Most Basic Form: Psychotic Disintegration -- 1.5.5 Regaining and Giving Shape to the Personal Space in Personality Disorders -- 1.5.6 Benefits of Art Therapy -- 1.6 Summary -- References -- 2 Client with a Diagnosis of a Borderline Personality Disorder: Responsible and Competent!? Art Therapy and Severe Cluster B Personality Disorders -- 2.1 What Is Actually Happening? -- 2.2 What Is a Severe Cluster B Personality Disorder? -- 2.3 Important Assumptions for Treatment of a Severe Cluster B Personality Disorder -- 2.4 Art Therapy for People Diagnosed with a Borderline Personality Disorder -- 2.5 Objectives of Art Therapy for This Group -- 2.6 Specific Aspects of Art Therapy and Their Translation for Use with the Target Group -- 2.7 The Art Work Produced and Its Functions When Working with This Target Group -- 2.8 In Conclusion -- 2.9 Summary -- References.

3 Working to Connect Art Therapy on the Basis of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for Clients Diagnosed with a Borderline Disorder -- 3.1 What Is Dialectical Behaviour Therapy? -- 3.2 Dialectics -- 3.3 Dialectics in Art Therapy -- 3.4 Objectives of Art Therapy Based on DBT -- 3.4.1 Learning to Express and Regulate Emotions -- 3.4.2 Achieving a More Stable Self-awareness -- 3.4.3 Practising with Interpersonal Skills -- 3.4.4 Practising Distress Tolerance Skills -- 3.5 An Example: A Mindfulness Model -- 3.6 The Mindfulness Model in Art Therapy -- 3.7 Therapeutic Objectives -- 3.8 Conclusion -- 3.9 Summary -- References -- 4 Imagery in Art Therapy: A Schema-Focused Approach -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 What Is Guided Imagery? -- 4.3 Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy -- 4.3.1 Schemas in More Detail -- 4.4 Imagery Exercise: Present-Past -- 4.4.1 The Nature of Imagery -- 4.4.2 Target Groups -- 4.4.3 Introduction to the Present-Past Exercise -- 4.4.4 Objectives of the Exercise -- 4.4.5 Instructions -- 4.5 The Evaluation -- 4.6 Conclusion -- 4.7 Summary -- References -- 5 Letting Go and Holding On in Art Therapy: Disillusionment and New Possibilities -- 5.1 Letting Go and Holding On in Art Therapy: Working with the Two Stones -- 5.2 The Central Questions: What Bothers Me in My Life? What Do I Want to Change? What Will I Have to Give Up for That? and Is That What I Really Want? -- 5.3 The Process of Letting Go and Holding On, of Change and Acceptance -- 5.4 Holding On to Experiences from Art Therapy -- 5.4.1 Transfer and Art Therapy -- 5.4.2 Rituals -- 5.5 Integration: Transfer Between Parts of the Self -- 5.6 Encouraging Transfer in a Broader Context -- 5.7 Summary -- References -- 6 'Stop Acting Out, Experience Emotions!' Child, Adult and Parent Portrayed in Art Therapy: A Case History -- 6.1 A Few Years Later, Former Client Katie Describes Her Experience.

7 People Diagnosed with Personality Disorders in Art Therapy: What Is the Scientific Evidence? Effectiveness of Art Therapy in Personality Disorders -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Art Therapy in Personality Disorders in Present Practice -- 7.3 Search History -- 7.4 Foundations of Art Therapy Diagnostics in Personality Disorders -- 7.5 Foundations of Art Therapy Treatment in Personality Disorders -- 7.5.1 Expert Opinions, Level D -- Emotional Regulation Problems -- Self-regulation Problems -- Enduring and Inflexible Patterns of Cognitions, Emotions and Behaviours -- Impairments in Interpersonal Functioning (Empathy or Intimacy) -- 7.5.2 Non-comparative Research, Level C -- 7.5.3 Non-randomised Cohort Studies, Client-Control Studies, Level B -- 7.5.4 Randomised Controlled Trials and Systematic Reviews, Level A -- 7.6 Conclusions -- References -- Part II Workbook -- 8 Mindfulness Module -- 8.1 Summary of Mindfulness Skills Theory -- 8.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 8.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: States of Mind/Circles -- 8.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Awareness Exercise -- 8.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: A Theme That Is Important to You in Your Treatment -- 8.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Hard-Soft Contrasts in Clay -- 8.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Contrast in Lines -- 8.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Head and Heart -- 8.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Portrait-Blind Drawing -- 8.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Drawing by Feeling -- 8.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Chalk Scribbles -- 8.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Individual Silhouette -- 8.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Four Exercises on Observing -- 8.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Clay Sphere -- 8.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Basic Forms -- 8.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Imagination-The Seed -- 8.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Draw the Core Quadrant -- 8.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Imagination-The Conveyor Belt -- 8.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Scribble Drawing -- 8.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Series of Three Paintings -- 8.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Florence Cane* Technique.

8.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Watercolour Picture -- 8.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: Painting Experiment -- 8.24 ASSIGNMENT 22: Tearing -- References -- 9 Emotion Regulation Module -- 9.1 Summary of Emotion Regulation Skills Theory -- 9.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 9.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: Emotional Diary -- 9.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: You and a Significant Other -- 9.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Landscape Fantasy -- 9.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Emotion in Clay and Other Materials -- 9.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Powerful-Powerless -- 9.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Self-Portrait-Four Sentences -- 9.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: The Four Elements -- 9.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Lines-Circle-Human Figure -- 9.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Six Basic Emotions -- 9.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Black Ink Monsters -- 9.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Above and Below the Surface -- 9.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: The Wall -- 9.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Timeline of Your Life -- 9.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Timeline of Your Life (Continued) -- 9.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Black and White Tearing Exercise -- 9.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: House of Emotions -- 9.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Two Stones-Holding on and Letting Go -- 9.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Elevenie -- 9.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Human Figure and Geometric Shape -- 9.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Emotion Island-Map -- 9.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: Making Choices -- 9.24 ASSIGNMENT 22: Emergence of a Painting -- 9.25 ASSIGNMENT 23: Self-Portrait, Inside and Out -- 9.26 Evaluation Form for Emotion Regulation -- 10 Interpersonal Effectiveness Module -- 10.1 Summary of Interpersonal Effectiveness Theory -- 10.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 10.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: What Are You Looking for in Contacts with Others and/or in Working with Materials? -- 10.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Sociogram -- 10.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Working in Pairs-Postcards -- 10.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Emotion and Collaboration -- 10.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Three Sheets of Paper, Working Towards Each Other.

10.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Plaster of Paris Hands -- 10.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Continuous Garden -- 10.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Tree and Landscape -- 10.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Underwater Landscape -- 10.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Clay Hut Village -- 10.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Making Contact from Your Personal Space -- 10.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Still Life Exercise: Asking and Refusing -- 10.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Clay Island -- 10.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Black Lines, Group Assignment -- 10.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Role-Playing with Instructions -- 10.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Group Painting with Objectives -- 10.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Silhouettes. Group Task -- 10.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: Matisse Brushes -- 10.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Boat with Crew -- 10.22 ASSIGNMENT 20: Tower Made from Newspapers, with Handicap -- 10.23 ASSIGNMENT 21: A Drawing Dialogue -- 11 Distress Tolerance Skills Module -- 11.1 Summary of Distress Tolerance Skills Theory -- 11.2 Multidisciplinary Relationships in the Various Aspects of Treatment -- 11.3 ASSIGNMENT 1: Clay in a Bag -- 11.4 ASSIGNMENT 2: Problems and Solutions -- 11.5 ASSIGNMENT 3: Giving and Receiving Feedback -- 11.6 ASSIGNMENT 4: Positive Book (Follow-Up to Assignment on Giving and Receiving Feedback) -- 11.7 ASSIGNMENT 5: Helpful Symbol -- 11.8 ASSIGNMENT 6: Pleasant Spot, 3D -- 11.9 ASSIGNMENT 7: Pans -- 11.10 ASSIGNMENT 8: Treasuring Something Beautiful -- 11.11 ASSIGNMENT 9: Holiday from Adulthood -- 11.12 ASSIGNMENT 10: Dream Holiday -- 11.13 ASSIGNMENT 11: Senses-Sensations -- 11.14 ASSIGNMENT 12: Meditation Image -- 11.15 ASSIGNMENT 13: Copying a Painting -- 11.16 ASSIGNMENT 14: Secret Room in Yourself -- 11.17 ASSIGNMENT 15: Something Nice for Someone Else -- 11.18 ASSIGNMENT 16: Pain -- 11.19 ASSIGNMENT 17: Be Proud of Yourself! -- 11.20 ASSIGNMENT 18: The Leaf -- 11.21 ASSIGNMENT 19: Body Image of Emotion -- Reference -- 12 Introduction to Schema-Focused Therapy Module.

12.1 Summary of Schema Therapy.

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