How George Washington University Uses Video Recording to Train Art Therapists
At George Washington University, in Washington, D.C., graduate-level art therapy students are interacting with the local community on a regular basis.
In art therapy, when the client creates a picture, there is a lot of information therapists must consider. After a session, therapists look at the picture, analyze it and intellectually discuss it. What is particularly interesting, however, is observing how the client approached the materials in the process of creating the picture. This is one way that recording enables therapists to really examine what happened during a session.
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