Art Therapy Overview

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An overview of art therapy basics according to Cathy Malchiodi's handbook of art therapy

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Question 1

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Trauma is believed to be both a psychological and _________ experience.
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  • physiological
  • irreversible
  • spiritual
  • subjective

Question 2

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Which system is particularly important when considering trauma?
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  • limbic
  • cardiovascular
  • endocrine
  • nervous

Question 3

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Which is not included in the limbic system?
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  • hypothalamus
  • hippocampus
  • amygdala
  • frontal lobe

Question 4

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What is not a reason art therapy is particularly effective for those recovering from trauma?
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  • because the sensory experience affects the limbic system where traumatic experiences are recorded
  • because art therapy taps into the body's relaxation response
  • because art therapy links explicit and implicit memory
  • because it promotes right-brained activity

Question 5

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What is a major criticism of projective drawing tests, such as the DAP and HTP?
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  • little or conflicting research evidence
  • disregard for the impact and meaning of color
  • applicable only to certain cultures
  • fail to take into account the setting and background information of the individual

Question 6

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Symbolic and sign-based interpretations of drawings are more valid than global ratings used in assessment.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Drawings can reliably be used as rough indicators of children's level of ___________.
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  • cognitive development
  • emotional development
  • social development
  • global development

Question 8

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The resultant evaluations of drawing assessments based on global factors are most reflective of:
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  • current functioning at the time the drawing was made
  • future functioning
  • past history of functioning
  • past, present, and future functioning

Question 9

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What is a confounding variable when assessing the validity of drawing assessments based on formal elements?
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  • artistic training
  • emotional state
  • cognitive development
  • education level

Question 10

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The art therapist uses assessments for all of the reasons except:
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  • formulate a treatment plan
  • observe client's reactions to different art media
  • determine client's suitability to art therapy treatment
  • determine a differential diagnosis

Question 11

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Which theory posits that humans have an innate drive to form and maintain relationships and it is through these relationships that personality is shaped?
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  • object relations
  • psychoanalytic
  • existential
  • person-centered

Question 12

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Which is also known as the "third force in psychology"?
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  • humanistic psychology
  • psychoanalytic psychology
  • behavioral psychology
  • cognitive-behavioral psychology

Question 13

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Which art therapy model focuses on freedom to choose, will to meaning, the search for purpose, values, and goals?
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  • person-centered
  • existential
  • gestalt
  • transpersonal

Question 14

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Which therapeutic model has the goal of assisting people to become more autonomous, spontaneous, and confident?
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  • person-centered
  • existential
  • gestalt
  • transpersonal

Question 15

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Which term refers to the whole form or configuration, which is greater than the sum of its parts?
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  • gestalt
  • great round
  • the whole
  • big picture

Question 16

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Who is most noted for developing a Gestalt art therapy modality?
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  • Janie Rhyne
  • Fritz Perls
  • Mala Betensky
  • Joseph Zinker

Question 17

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Which theory encourages focusing on the active movement in the art expression, forms and patterns of visual messages, and what is going on in lines, shapes, textures, colors, and movements?
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  • existential
  • gestalt
  • jungian
  • transpersonal

Question 18

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The _______ approach to art therapy strives to address mind, body, and spirit through a combination of art expression, humanistic principles, mind-body concepts, and spiritual practices such as contemplation and meditation.
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  • transpersonal
  • gestalt
  • person-centered
  • existential

Question 19

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Which theory posits that the person's assumptions, expectations, and interpretations of events are responsible for the production of negative emotions?
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  • cognitive-behavioral
  • psychoanalytical
  • gestalt
  • existential

Question 20

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Which theory places more emphasis on discovering creative ways to solve a problem, rather than discovering why a particular problem arose?
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  • cognitive-behavioral
  • solution-focused
  • person-centered
  • transpersonal

Question 21

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Which theory makes use of neutralizing resistance, exception-finding questions, the miracle question, and facilitating change?
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  • solution-focused
  • cognitive-behavioral
  • narrative
  • gestalt

Question 22

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The primary goal of _________ therapy is to help people externalize their problems.
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  • narrative
  • solution-focused
  • cognitive-behavioral
  • person-centered
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