Art therapy is a dynamic field in the mental health profession that uses art media, such as paint, chalk, crayons and sculpture as its primary mode of communication. Art therapy is used with people of all ages, and it is especially valuable with clients who have difficulties expressing themselves verbally. Art therapists work in many settings, including hospitals, educational institutions, community mental health facilities, prisons, hospices, day-care centers and private practices. Students will complete their academic coursework during the fall and spring semesters. During the summer semester, students participate in a practicum and receive individual and group supervision.
- An undergraduate degree from a recognized university with a minimum final grade of 80% (Israeli system), 3.0 GPA or equivalent-Completion of prerequisite courses in introduction to psychology, physio-psychology, personality theories, developmental psychology, psychopathology/abnormal psychology, research methods and statistics.
Recipient: University of Haifa
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