Filmed Therapy Sessions – Breaking the Confidentiality Paradigm
Over the past few years a number of films of art therapy have been produced which have been used for teaching purposes and for exposing art therapy to the general public when shown on television at cinemas or at conferences.
The filming of therapy sessions has met with criticism questioning not only the efficacy of therapy that is filmed but also the ethical issues concerning the exposure of clients.
In this workshop we will view the films, experience these issues and discuss them.
The workshop is designed mainly for teachers of art therapy but is open to all conference participants.
Structure of the Workshop
Duration – 6 hours
Allon Haas, Art Therapist, Instructor (Israeli Expressive Therapies Association) Course coordinator for art therapy studies in the Jerusalem College and the Lifshitz College of Education.
Creator of the Film: The Phenomenology Trilogy (1-3) shown in Tel Aviv and Rosh Pina Cinemateque.
Creator of the Series: Filmed Therapy (1-4) which includes 60 hours of filming (therapy and instruction)
Participant in television programs for channel 2 and 10.
Link to thetrailer of the film: Phenomenology 1: click here >>
Therapist, lecturer, instructor and teaching instructor in a number of colleges.
Director of "Machon Le Achshav” Kibbutz Amiad.