DBT and Art for Youth Suicide PreventionWhen Art Saves Lives
|Verlag:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers|
<p>Using art therapy, lived experience, and DBT skills in combination, this book offers insight into how, together, these methods can help prevent youth suicide. Practical advice for professionals and case studies will result in increased confidence in using DBT with young people. In this helpful and empowering book, readers are guided through the background, theory, and use of art therapy and DBT as a positive intervention. Schorr exemplifies these practices through The Arts in Recovery for Youth (AIRY) model - an art therapy model informed by research in suicidology and best practices in suicide prevention.<br><br>Practical resources and a wide range of art therapy directives are included in order to seamlessly integrate DBT-informed art therapy into caring and therapeutic work with evidence-based measurable outcomes.</p>
Using art therapy and DBT skills in combination, this book offers insight into how, together, these methods can enhance youth suicide prevention work. For therapists, practical advice on how to integrate DBT into their creative work will result in increased confidence in using DBT in their practice with young people . In this helpful and empowering book, readers are guided through the background, theory, and use of art therapy with DBT as a positive intervention.
<p>Foreword<br>Introduction<br>PART I. ART THERAPY & YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION <br>1.The Development of Arts in Recovery for Youth <br>2. Origins of Art Therapy with Suicidal Individuals <br>3. The Influence of Art Education <br>4. Art Therapy and Suicide Prevention: The Literature <br>5. Art Therapy and Adolescent Development <br>6.Art and Adolescent Learning Styles<br>7. Preparation, Process and Product in Art Therapy with Young People <br><br>PART II: YOUTH SUICIDE<br>8. Best Practices in Suicide Prevention <br>9. Regan's Story <br>10.The Lived Experience Model <br>11. Social Factors in Suicidality<br>12. The Role of Emotional & Psychological Pain in Suicidality<br><br> PART III: DBT-INFORMED ART THERAPY<br>13. DBT-informed Art Therapy <br>14. A DBT-informed Art Therapy Case Study: The Story of Maya <br>15. Gregory´s Story <br>16. Interpersonal Skills <br><br> PART IV: OTHER RISK FACTORS FOR SUICIDE: TRAUMA & ADDICTION <br>17. Art Therapy & Collective Trauma<br>18. Working with the Body: Bottom Up Processes<br>19. Addiction and Suicidality<br><br>PART V: RESOURCES FOR HELPING PROFESSIONALS<br>20. Self Care for Professionals <br>21. Skills-based Expressive Art Therapy Directives<br>22. Measurable Outcomes<br><br>CONCLUSION<br><br>APPENDICES<br><br>Appendix A Guidelines for Responsible Media Reporting About Suicide<br>Appendix B Sample Safety Plan<br>Appendix C Guidelines for Parents and Loved Ones for Assessing Risk<br>Appendix D Challenging Your Own Bias & Myths about Suicide<br>Appendix E Anti-Bullying Resources<br>Appendix F Self care/ STS Assessments<br> Appendix G Resources for Suicide Prevention</p>
A guide for therapists on how to integrate DBT-informed Art Therapy, focusing on youth suicide prevention, into their practices
Marney Schorr is an Art Therapist and Teaching Artist at NUarts Gallery & Studios and Founding Director of Arts in Recovery for Youth (AIRYTM) in Western Massachusetts. She has received various grant awards for her work in art therapy for suicide prevention as well as the Massachusetts Statehouse Award for Excellence in Leadership in Suicide Prevention.
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