Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Art helps children develop more intentional action, more awareness of who they are, more sensitivity in how they affect others, and more responsibility for their actions (McNiff, 1988). Children meet some of their needs for expression and self-definition through the manipulation of art materials and their development of the creative process (Congdon, 1990; Rubin, 1984). The universality of art and its ability to relate one human to another through the visual form is important for children (Ryder, 1987).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Terry T. Kottman
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©1993 Janet G. Soldwish
Soldwish, Janet G., "Group art therapy in school counseling" (1993). Graduate Research Papers. 3342.