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Drawing the Line, Building Resiliency, and Creating Art, an art therapy anti-bullying project

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Workshop presented May 25, 2013 at the Ontario Art Therapy bi-annual conference at the Burlington Art Center, Burlington, Ontario, CA

Workshop presented May 25, 2013 at the Ontario Art Therapy bi-annual conference at the Burlington Art Center, Burlington, Ontario, CA

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  • References Crick, N. (1996). The role of overt aggression, relational aggression, and prosocial behavior in the prediction of children’s future social adjustment. Child Development, vol.67, no. 5,pp. 2317-2327. Chopra, D. (2009). Reinventing the body, resurrecting the soul. (1 ed., Vol. 1, p. 277). New York: Harmony Books. Dingsor, S. (2012). Bullying: A creative approach-attacking the problem, not the individual. New Jersey Art Therapy Association newsletter, (Spring, 2012). pp. 11-14. Eaton, L. G., Doherty, K. L. & Widrich, R. M., (2007). A review of research and methods used to establish art therapy as an effective treatment method for traumatized children. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34, 256-262. Forest, M. (2006). Children Who Bully: A School-based intervention using cognitive behavioral art therapy. Spectrum.library.concordia.ca/8960/. Gibbons, K. (2010). Circle Justice: A creative arts approach to conflict resolution in the classroom. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association; 27(2): 84-89. BATA 09/07/2012 29 References Cont. Lyznicki, J. M., McCaffree, M. A.., & Robinowitz, C. B., (2004). Childhood Bullying: Implications for Physicians. Am Fam Physician. Nov 1;70(9):1723-1728. http:/pridesource.com/article.html?article=53122. Malchiodi, C. (2010). Using art therapy to address bullying. Retrieved November 28, 2010, from http://tlcinstitute.wordpress.com/2010/11/28/using-art-therapy-to-address- bullying/. Kahn, Beverly B. (1999). Art Therapy with Adolescents: Making it work for school counselors. Professional School Counseling, 2(4), 291-298. Kapitan, L. (2007). Mobilizing compassion to counteract denial and despair. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 24(4) pp. 154-155. Lipton, B. H. (2004). The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the power of consciousness, matter & miracles. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House. Lonnquist, Donald C. ( 2008). Treatment of the Bullying Phenomenon: A survey of the Art Therapy Community. http://idea.library.drexel.edu/bitstream/1860/3611/1/Lonnquist,%20Donald.pdf BATA 09/07/2012 30 References Cont.Olweus D. (1994). Bullying at school. Basic facts and an effective intervention pro-gramme. Promote Education; 1(4):27-31, 48.Pillay, S. S. (2011). Your Brain and Business: the Neuroscience of Great Leaders. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: FT Press. Prince-Embory, S. (2007). Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents’ Manual: A Profile of Personal Strengths. San Antonio, TX: Pearson Clinical Assessment. Rosal, M. (1993). Comparative group art therapy research to evaluate changes in locus of control in behavior disordered children. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 20, 231-241. Ross, C. (1996). Conflict at School: The use of an art therapy approach to support children who are bullied. In Liebmann, M. (Ed.), Arts Approaches to Conflict. London, England: Jessica Kingsley, Pub. Safran, D. & Safran, E., (2008). Creative approaches to minimize the traumatic impact of bullying behavior. Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children, Malchiodi, C. Guilford Press: New York, NY pp.132-166. Wang, J., Iannotti, R. J. & Nansel, T. R. (2009). School bullying among adolescents in the United States: Physical, verbal, relational, and cyber. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45(4), 368-375.

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  • 1. AHMIR (COVER) PERFECT BY PINK
  • 2. Perfect BY PINKMade a wrong turn, Once or twiceDug my way out, Blood and fireBad decisions, Thats alrightWelcome to my silly lifeMistreated, misplaced, misunderstoodMiss "no way, its all good", It didntslow me downMistaken, Always second guessingUnder estimated, Look, Im still aroundPretty, pretty pleaseDont you ever, ever feelLike youre less than perfect.
  • 3. DRAWING THE LINE, BUILDINGRESILIENCY, AND CREATING ARTMARGARET M. MCGUINNESS MED, ATR-BCKATHY J. SCHNUR MED, ATR-BChttps://www.facebook.com/DBC.art
  • 4. ResiliencySelf-reflection/self-esteem, building connections/ sense of belonging, mastery of skill,problem-solving, perspective-taking2008 Prescott et all, Art Making as a Component and Faciltator of resleiency with homeless youth, Art Therapy: Journal of the AmericanAssociation, #25(#4)pp,156-163
  • 5. Creativity isn’t only an aspect of resiliency, it also fosters resilience…“(you) can take refuge and rearrange the details of your life toyour own pleasing.” (Wolin & Wolin, 1993)
  • 6. Self Regulation who needs it?
  • 7. Expressive Arts Foster PositiveEmotions and fuel Resiliency
  • 8. Positive Emotions and self-regulation are fuel forResilience.Building emotional resilience assists ourhigher thinking brain (pre-frontal cortex) tomanage emotional regulation so we canengage in connecting to others and create asense of belongingSelf-compassionSlow downPractice gratitudePractice Humility
  • 9. Creating art together in a grouppromotes greater resiliency
  • 10. ACCEPTANCE
  • 11. Drawing the line, Building Resiliency, Creating Art
  • 12. DRAWING THE LINE, BUILDING RESILIENCY, AND CREATING ART
  • 13. DRAWING THE LINE, BUILDING RESILIENCY, AND CREATING ARTLines, we can write them, readthem, draw them, say them, orsing them. Lines are basic to self-expression, one of visual arts’ mainbuilding blocks. Arnheim
  • 14. Art TherapyBATA 09/07/2012 27HEALING ARTS WORKSHOPSHealing Arts WorkshopOrtonville, MI July 20, 2012BATA 09/07/2012 24
  • 15. Art Therapy in SchoolsBATA 09/07/2012 18• Collaboration.• Creativity: empowers, promotes, bridges and heals.• Prosocial behaviors increased.• Peace psychology.• Conflict resolution promotes: mutual respect, empathy, and security.(Gibbons, 2010. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.)
  • 16. Welcome Back Part Two
  • 17. Directive: Draw a Bully
  • 18. ANTHEM BY LEONARD COHENThe birds they sangat the break of dayStart againI heard them sayDont dwell on whathas passed awayor what is yet to be.Ah the wars they willbe fought againThe holy doveShe will be caught againbought and soldand bought againthe dove is never free.Ring the bells that still can ringForget your perfect offeringThere is a crack in everythingThats how the light gets in.We asked for signsthe signs were sent:the birth betrayedthe marriage spentYeah the widowhoodof every government --signs for all to see.I cant run no morewith that lawless crowdwhile the killers in high placessay their prayers out loud.But theyve summoned, theyve summoned upa thundercloudand theyre going to hear from me.Ring the bells that still can ring ...You can add up the partsbut you wont have the sumYou can strike up the march,there is no drumEvery heart, every heartto love will comebut like a refugee.Ring the bells that still can ringForget your perfect offeringThere is a crack, a crack in everythingThats how the light gets in.Ring the bells that still can ringForget your perfect offeringThere is a crack, a crack in everythingThats how the light gets in.Thats how the light gets in.Thats how the light gets in.
  • 19. What do children draw?
  • 20. Young children
  • 21. Bully and Bystanders
  • 22. Bully by exclusion
  • 23. Bully Ballhttp://www.amazon.com/American-Educational-Products-BULLYING-CLEVER/dp/B0013P5OXO/ref=sr_1_17?ie=UTF8&qid=1369340162&sr=8-17&keywords=bully+ball
  • 24. Empathy
  • 25. Communal Art Exploration of BuildingResiliency• Reflective• Regulation• Perspective• Connection• Flexibility
  • 26. ReferencesBATA 09/07/2012 29Crick, N. (1996). The role of overt aggression, relational aggression, and prosocial behavior inthe prediction of children’s fu t ure social adjustment. Child Development, vol.67, no. 5,pp. 2317-2327.Chopra, D. (2009). Reinventing the body, resurrecting the soul. (1 ed., Vol. 1, p. 277). NewYork: Harmony Books.Dingsor, S. (2012). Bullying: A creative approach-attacking the problem, not the individual.New Jersey Art Therapy Association newsletter, (Spring, 2012). pp. 11-14.Eaton, L. G., Doherty, K. L. & Widrich, R. M., (2007). A review of research and methods usedto establish art therapy as an effective treatment method for traumatized children. TheArts in Psychotherapy, 34, 256-262.Forest, M. (2006). Children Who Bully: A School-based intervention using cognitivebehavioral art therapy. Spectrum.library.concordia.ca/8960/.Gibbons, K. (2010). Circle Justice: A creative arts approach to conflict resolution in theclassroom. Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association; 27(2): 84-89.
  • 27. References Cont.BATA 09/07/2012 30Lyznicki, J. M., McCaffree, M. A.., & Robinowitz, C. B., (2004). Childhood Bullying:Implications for Physicians. Am Fam Physician. Nov 1;70(9):1723-1728.http:/pridesource.com/article.html?article=53122.Malchiodi, C. (2010). Using art therapy to address bullying. Retrieved November 28, 2010,from http://tlcinstitute.wordpress.com/2010/11/28/using-art-therapy-to-address-bullying/.Kahn, Beverly B. (1999). Art Therapy with Adolescents: Making it work for school counselors.Professional School Counseling, 2(4), 291-298.Kapitan, L. (2007). Mobilizing compassion to counteract denial and despair. Art Therapy:Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 24(4) pp. 154-155.Lipton, B. H. (2004). The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the power of consciousness, matter &miracles. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House.Lonnquist, Donald C. ( 2008). Treatment of the Bullying Phenomenon: A survey of the ArtTherapy Community.http://idea.library.drexel.edu/bitstream/1860/3611/1/Lonnquist,%20Donald.pdf
  • 28. References Cont.Olweus D. (1994). Bullying at school. Basic facts and an effective intervention pro-gramme.Promote Education; 1(4):27-31, 48.Pillay, S. S. (2011). Your Brain and Business: the Neuroscience of Great Leaders. Upper SaddleRiver, N.J.: FT Press.Prince-Embory, S. (2007). Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents’ Manual: A Profile ofPersonal Strengths. San Antonio, TX: Pearson Clinical Assessment.Rosal, M. (1993). Comparative group art therapy research to evaluate changes in locus ofcontrol in behavior disordered children. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 20, 231-241.Ross, C. (1996). Conflict at School: The use of an art therapy approach to support childrenwho are bullied. In Liebmann, M. (Ed.), Arts Approaches to Conflict. London, England:Jessica Kingsley, Pub.Safran, D. & Safran, E., (2008). Creative approaches to minimize the traumatic impact of bullyingbehavior. Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children, Malchiodi, C. Guilford Press: NewYork, NY pp.132-166.Wang, J., Iannotti, R. J. & Nansel, T. R. (2009). School bullying among adolescents in theUnited States: Physical, verbal, relational, and cyber. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45(4),368-375.