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Art Therapy in the Deaf Community

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Hannah Kleese

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Transcript of Art Therapy in the Deaf Community

London
Signs for Life: Play Therapy for Deaf children
Czech Republic
Space for Art Therapies
Conference
References:
In New Mexico:
Josie Abbenante, MA, ATR-BC, LPAT
Art Therapy across the USA
Understanding Deaf People in Counseling Contexts
http://ct.counseling.org/2013/10/understanding-deaf-people-in-counseling-contexts/
Art Therapy in the Deaf Community
Minnesota
Hope and Healing Family Counseling
http://www.projectnadine.org/PN/DeafHope.html
http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Art-therapy-helps-deaf-kids-process-sexual-abuse-3173982.php
http://ct.counseling.org/2013/10/understanding-deaf-people-in-counseling-contexts/
http://www.deafart.org/Deaf_Art_/deaf_art_.html
https://sites.google.com/site/playtherapyfordeafchildren/home
http://www.xcdsystem.com/aata2013/proceedings/prof223.html
http://www.dccnm.org/
http://www.hopeandhealingmn.org/
http://swc.edu/faculty-2/certificate-instructors/childrens-mental-health-instructors/#.UwFGsyhDzs8
http://www.arttherapies.cz/eng/
http://www.nmsd.k12.nm.us/about/programs.php
An article written by five Deaf counselors with the hope to educate other counselors in working with the Deaf community. This includes information on:
Deaf culture, Deaf community and Deaf identity
Cultural competence and working through biases
Referral
Consulting and connecting with Deaf counselors
Working with interpreters
Key counseling approaches
Resources
Josie is an instructor in the Children's Mental Health Certificate Program at SWC and also works in art therapy and sandplay at The NM School for the Deaf.
Deaf Culture Center of New Mexico
http://www.dccnm.org/
Goals:
Enhances arts, cultural, social and recreation activities
Promotes ownership and empowerment within the Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing community
Respects Diversity
Preserves Deaf identity, language, history and culture
California-DeafHope
"DeafHope is a nonprofit organization, established for and by Deaf women in January 2003. Their mission is to end domestic and sexual violence against Deaf women and children through empowerment, education and services".
-http://www.projectnadine.org/PN/DeafHope.html
http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Art-therapy-helps-deaf-kids-process-sexual-abuse-3173982.php
Washington, DC- The De'VIA Manifesto
"De'VIA represents Deaf artists and perceptions based on their Deaf experiences".- http://www.deafart.org/Deaf_Art_/deaf_art_.html
http://media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/736x/78/ac/6e/78ac6efc13ec0eb2cb2bb24e5d2d0a75.jpg
http://www.hopeandhealingmn.org/
Alexis Greeves, LPCC and Registered Play Therapist- Utilizes play therapy and sandtray in working with Deaf children.
Sara Ranssi, "Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 15 years of experience working in the deaf community".
ASL-based and Deaf-friendly Services
"a unique service which offers play therapy to hearing and deaf children between the ages of 3 and 10 years old in North West London, Middlesex and Hertfordshire areas".
https://sites.google.com/site/playtherapyfordeafchildren/home
Lara Kasza-"Lara is an independent, Accredited Play Therapist (PTUK) and has been awarded a distinction for her Masters in Play Therapy which focused on supporting deaf children. She is the Clinical Director of Signs for Life Play Therapy".
A conference organized by multiple creative therapies organizations including the Czech Art Therapy Association.
http://www.arttherapies.cz/eng/
Includes lectures by art therapists with emphasis in Deaf culture.
DOVILĖ JANKAUSKIENĖ
By Hannah Kleese
NM School for the Deaf- http://www.nmsd.k12.nm.us/about/programs.php
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