Children don’t know how to act when they are being mistreated by their authority. It can confuse the child when the person that is supposed to care for them and love them says just the opposite. The more negative comments the child hears, the more they believe them to be true and the more the child is damaged. Some parents may display more acts leaning towards active emotional abuse and some may lean more towards passive but none of the parents fully understand what affect they are really having on their
The artist is hindered in seven categories; skill, creativity, repertoire, ethics, intellect, independence, and preparedness. By claiming another person’s work, the artist will not develop his/her artistic skill that comes from independent practice and studies. When an artist always uses the works of others, the imagination does not flow which results in the degradation of his/her creativity. When a person is caught plagiarizing, he/she loses respect from viewers and fellow artists, and also loses credibility. Constant unethical practice becomes a habit and may affect how the artist acts as a person.
In this type of parenting, spoiling the children’s behavior by giving bribes and gifts are their parenting tools instead of setting the boundaries and expectations. Parents are often afraid to set limits as they believe child has to be true to his or her own nature (Traunter, 2017). According to research (2009), children under the permissive parenting approach is more likely to display low achievement in many areas and develop other risky behaviors such as drug use and other forms of misconduct. Children under the permissive parenting grow up without the strong sense of self-discipline. Since the parents don’t set the boundaries for the children, they lack the skills in social setting.
How Art Therapy works according to the Art Therapy Journal is that Art therapists provide kids with age-appropriate art supplies and set them free to express themselves. More often than not, the therapist will give the child a prompt to get them started. For example, he may ask the child to draw a house or favorite food. After the pictures have been completed, the therapist will begin to question the child about various aspects of the artwork in an effort to understand what the thoughts or feelings it represents. The therapist will then use that feedback to develop an effective treatment program that will help the child move forward
Teachers can use the elements and principles of art to teach pattern. Teachers can also incorporate art as an experience for the relaxation or dealing with anger. Parents can also use art as a bonding experience in order to work together with their child.
In a future I plan to inspire my students and other children to love art. I plan to accomplish this goal by helping them understand and see the beauty of art. Students admiration towards art could start by discovering art such as doing hands on and touching the materials (Cornett, 2011). By visualizing art students could learn and discover the meaning of the art. Having the students observe a type of art could help them imagine and make them use their smell and sound senses (Cornett, 2011).
In early childhood, teachers guide children’s artistic learning, which is then supported by peers (Wright, 2003). This is known as the guided approach. In this approach, teachers reflect, explore and plan together possible way to extend children’s artistic knowledge and skills. Furthermore, activities are deliberately open-ended to foster divergent thinking and support the process instead of the product (Mills, 2014). Teaching creative arts provides children a mode of communication and a medium for representing the world (Wright, 2003).
Experts who have satisfied the criteria described in the RPT & RPT-S Guide. This allows the perfectional with expert training to guide children and families to better communication through play therapy. By assisting others to express feelings, adjust behavior, progress problem-solving skills, and learn a variety of ways of relating to others. When a child is in a hospital they may feel scared do to their new surrounding which creates stress. Hospitals now have play therapist to help children cope with the new transition.
At other times, therapist will be non-directive as they slowly guide the child to a better change. The therapist will be emphatically supportive by gradually moving the child to the understanding of the situations he or she is in and the relationship (Kottman, 2001). Thus, the role of the therapist in this phase of the Adlerian Play Therapy is rather
To observers, schizophrenia may seem like a disease or madness because people who have this disorder behave differently to the people that are considered “normal.” It impairs a person from doing work, going to school, taking care of his/herself or having a social relationship with others. Yet, by looking at some of the symptoms, it is sometimes hard to classify schizophrenia as a disease because it enables those inflicted with it to develop new ways of communication intellectually and creatively, as well as enhancing artistic abilities. A disease is usually some kind of sickness that will lead to death or under heavy medication. However, this is not the case. For now, there is no cure but only treatment to help people with schizophrenia to live more productive lives.