Clinical Art Therapy with Families
Helen B. Landgarten, MA, ATR, HLM; Maxine Junge, PhD, LCSW, ATR-BC, HLM; Shirley Riley, MFT, ATR-BC, HLM
“Being a real family art therapist is different than just using art with the family” states Maxine Junge, Ph.D, ATR-BC, HLM who hosts this historic look at the work of three premier family art therapists. Learn from these pioneers’ actual art therapy sessions with families in need. View Maxine Junge’s work with a family of four (even the baby!) who are preparing for an impactful move back home. See how Helen Landgarten, MFCC, ATR-BC, HLM demonstrates structure and provides psychoeducation for a father and resistant 10-year old daughter, who are exploring how to test and set limits. Discover how Shirley Riley, MA, MFT, ATR, HLM uses a paradoxical intervention to guide a mother and her teen daughter, who discover their grandmother’s grief may be affecting family dynamics. These sessions illuminate how top clinicians utilize the art process and product to help families discover new pathways.
“Two Hands,” Helen Landgarten, HLM
“Going Home,” Maxine Junge, HLM
“Mothers & Daughters,” Shirley Riley, HLM
Commentary by Maxine Junge, PhD, LCSW, ATR-BC, HLM
Total Running Time: 2 hours, 50 minutes, 56 seconds
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