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Sublimation and art therapy

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Transcript of Sublimation and art therapy

Edith Kramer
1916-2014
Sublimation
Freud and Defense Mechanisms
Definition
Symbolic Linkage
Ego strength and Intelligence
Planning
Sublimation in Art Therapy
Direct Participation vs. Catalyst
Balancing Act
Continuous
Products of Sublimation
Edith Kramer
Identification
Art Directive
Take about 10-15 minutes and draw an animal that represents your anger. Use whichever materials you wish.
References
Corey, G. (2017). Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy (10th Ed.). Belmont, CA:
Thomson Brooks/Cole.

Malchiodi, C. (2012). (ed.). The handbook of art therapy. New York: Gilford Press.

Rubin, J. (2016). Approaches to art therapy: Theory & technique (3rd Ed.). Philadelphia: BrunnerRoutledge.
Third Hand
The art therapist's ability to facilitate a person's artistic process.
An effective art therapist must have a command of the third hand to enhance a client's creativity without being intrusive, imposing one's own style or artistic values, and misinterpreting meanings found in images.
Ultimately, the responses of the therapist to a client's process of art making reflects and supports that client's worldview, creative potential, and ability to use art for recovery.
Sublimation and art therapy
Theory
Born in Vienna.
Art student of Friedl Dicker at age 13.
Followed Dicker to Prague to teach children of political refugees.
Arrived in the United States as a political refugee in 1938.
Worked at the Wiltwyck School for boys in New York.
Based on Freudian Psychoanalytic Thinking
Healing agent of change
Ego Growth
Therapist's role
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