Full Time, Part Time, Distance Learning, ACCS, Open
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ARTS IN HEALTH & COMMUNITY PRACTICE
Upon successful completion of this programme the graduate will be able to demonstrate... :
Knowledge - Breadth
A systematic comprehension of the historical, cultural and philosophical context of Art Therapy and its clinical practice
Knowledge - Kind
An advanced understanding of theoretical concepts and key models of clinical application in the forefront of contemporary Art Therapy practice within individual and group therapy interventions
Skill - Range
A critical application and evaluation of the visual image in the exploration of personal material at a distinctly mature level.
Skill - Selectivity
An ability to critically analyse and assess therapeutic needs and to hold and maintain required therapeutic boundaries appropriate to the clinical setting in which the interventions are set.
Competence - Context
A critical analysis and objective evaluation of his/her own creative process both in individual and group practice.
Competence - Role
An ability to take a significant professional lead and initiate clinical interventions within a wide variety of clinical and institutional settings and client groups
Competence - Learning to Learn
The use of reflective skills and the ability to focus clinical and experiential practice within the wider professional field and continuing professional development.
Competence - Insight
Contribute to the advancement and profile of the profession through pioneering academic research and practice within an equal opportunities frameword and in compliance with the relevant professional code of ethics.