ART THERAPY I.

INTRODUCTION At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the creative arts therapies are firmly established as an important part of complementary medicine for psychological and physiologic illnesses. The arts therapies are present in every facet of medical practice in hospitals, hospices, other health care institutions, and private practice. Through the centuries, the healing nature of these creative therapies has been primarily reported in anecdotes that describe a way of restoring wholeness to a person struggling with either mind or body illness. II. DATE AND TIME The activity will be held on April 8, 2008 from 8:00 to 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the VSMMC Psychiatric Ward. III. PARTICIPANTS The participants for the art therapy will be composed of 8-10 members with ages from 20 – 30 years old. IV. GENERAL OBJECTIVES After 1 hour, the student nurse must be able to provide a structured activity with which the patients can cope and express themselves. After 1 hour, the client will be able to synthesize and integrate issues such as pain, loss, and death as experienced by the patient. V. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES At the end of the activity the student nurse must be able to:    explain the purpose, objectives and goals of the activity let the participants explore themselves let the participants reveal deep issues that they are not quite capable of expressing verbally At the end of the activity the participants will be able to:     experienced improvement in attention, concentration, memory, and organization express themselves through their art to acquire a way of understanding self more (Self-awareness) to communicate their feelings through expression of art

VI. MATERIALS TO BE USED The materials to be used for this activity are:     bond papers coloring materials (crayons) instrumental music (River Flows in You – Yiruma/Rainbow Ride (Prelude) – Urban Zakapa/My Memory (violin ver.) – Winter Sonata Classic Collection) Music player and accessories (e.g. speaker, extension wires)

VII. CONTENT (SEQUENCE OF THE ACTIVITY)

)  Afterwards. Encourage client to verbalize if he/she was able to express their emotions through their art:*Participants verbalize the contents of his/her art. the participants will be asked a question to assess what benefits/learning they acquired from the group therapy: (Question together with the possible response)   Ask how the client felt about the activity: Ma’am/Sir how was the activity? *Participants verbalizes that the activities help them in one way or another. the student nurses III. what did you draw? *Participants verbalize the contents of his/her art and how it relates the events in his/her life. ACTIVITY Assembly  Gathering of the participants at the designated area.TIME 8:00 AM – 8:10 AM 8:10 AM – 8:12 AM 8:12 AM – 8:20 AM 8:20 AM – 8:40 AM 8:40 AM – 9:20 AM 9:20 AM – 9:50 AM 9:50 AM – 10:00 AM *Mechanics:  Each participant will be given a bond paper along with a crayon. a participant will be called to explain the content of his/her drawing to the group. magpatugtog mi ug usa ka sonata. (Unya.) *Note: If a participant has trouble starting. a soft music will be played and the participants will be asks to draw whatever comes to their minds upon hearing the song. Invocation II.) VIII.  Towards the end of the activity. I drawing ninyo kung unsa ang inyo nahuna huna-an sa pagbati ninyo sa sonata. (Ang kada usa taga-an ug bond paper ug crayola. Introduction of the participants. METHOD OF EVALUATION At the end of the activity. Orientation  Goals and Objectives of the activity  Rules  Purpose of the activity Group Therapy Proper* Group Discussion Evaluation  . (Kung mahuman na mo pagdrawing mu tawag mi ug us aka tawo nga mu explikar kun unsa ang inyong gi-drawing. help him come up with a concept. I. Encourage verbalization of the drawing he/she had made to get a sense of whether the rendering is a metaphor for an important experience he/she had/is having: Ma’am/Sir.

loss. Other areas that music therapy has proven particularly useful as well as measurable are in aiding interpersonal interaction. reducing anxiety. DATE AND TIME The activity will be held on April 9. MATERIALS TO BE USED The materials to be used for this activity are: . The central and autonomic nervous system are also affected by music on cortical and subcortical levels. interval relationships in melodies. This mood/feeling response. Thus the conclusion by Michael Thaut and Roger A. V. INTRODUCTION Music therapy for patients with mental disorders takes place in many forms. PARTICIPANTS The participants for the art therapy will be composed of 8-10 members with ages from 20 – 30 years old. it is a unique mode of action as therapy. Smeltekop. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES At the end of the activity the student nurse must be able to:    explain the purpose. music has the function of organizing thinking that was otherwise disordered due to its mathematically logical nature of rhythm.MUSIC THERAPY I. improving self-concept. and death as experienced by the patient. the student nurse must be able to provide a structured activity with which the patients can cope and express themselves. is used in music therapy to engage the patient in new cognitive patterns and mood altering exercises. contributing authors of Music Therapy in the Treatment of Adults with Mental Disorders edited by Robert F. Unkefer. Because music elicits mood/emotional responses ranging from pleasure and excitement to sadness and fear depending on past experiences and symbolic significance. and stimulating perceptual and motor activity. After 1 hour. the client will be able to synthesize and integrate issues such as pain. 2008 from 8:00 to 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the VSMMC Psychiatric Ward. III. IV. and form. objectives and goals of the activity let the participants explore themselves let the participants reveal deep issues that they are not quite capable of expressing verbally At the end of the activity the participants will be able to:      experienced improvement in coping skills experienced improvement in problem solving skills improved group interaction to acquire a way of understanding self more (Self-awareness) to communicate their feelings through music expression VI. that "music therapy interventions can affect the entire human personality and the multifold psychophysical interactions within the nervous system" (p. II. In addition to eliciting mood/feeling response and altering feeling states. These changes in mood are accompanied by physiological changes which are observable and measurable. GENERAL OBJECTIVES After 1 hour.85). thought to originate in the limbic system.

)  The music will be played and the participants will be asks to choose a line from the lyrics of the song and write the reason why they chose that line. extension wires) Lyrics of the song Paper and pencil VII. Encourage client to verbalize if he/she was able to express their emotions through the music being played:*Participants verbalize the contents of the line of the song chosen. the participants will be asked a question to assess what benefits/learning they acquired from the group therapy: (Question together with the possible response)   Ask how the client felt about the activity: *Participants verbalizes that the activities help them in one way or another. (Ang kada usa taga-an ug kopya san lyrics san kanta ug papel ug lapis. (Kung mahuman na mo paminaw sa kanta mu tawag mi ug usa ka tawo nga mu explikar kun unsa ang inyong napili na linya sa kanta. Encourage verbalization of the lyrics of the song played he/she had liked to get a sense of whether the rendering is a metaphor for an important experience he/she had/is having: *Participants verbalize the meaning behind the choice of the lyrics and how it relates the events in his/her life.) VIII. the student nurses III. Orientation  Goals and Objectives of the activity  Rules  Purpose of the activity Group Therapy Proper* Group Discussion Evaluation 8:40 AM – 9:20 AM 9:20 AM – 9:50 AM 9:50 AM – 10:00 AM *Mechanics:  Each participant will be given a copy of the lyrics of the song along with a paper and a pencil. magpatugtog mi ug usa ka sonata. (Unya. METHOD OF EVALUATION At the end of the activity. Invocation II. unya magpili mu ug usa ka line san lyrics sa song na inyong gusto ug isuwat ninyo kun ngano man nga gipili ninyo ito na linya sa kanta-a.  Towards the end of the activity.g.) *Note: Encourage the participants to sing along the song if they want to or if they know.    Music (Christmas In Our Hearts – Jose Mari Chan) Music player and accessories (e.  . a participant will be called to tell and explain the lyrics of the song played that he/she liked. CONTENT (SEQUENCE OF THE ACTIVITY) TIME 8:00 AM – 8:10 AM 8:10 AM – 8:12 AM 8:12 AM – 8:20 AM 8:20 AM – 8:40 AM ACTIVITY Assembly  Gathering of the participants at the designated area. I. Introduction of the participants. speaker.

A recent study by academic Sarah Cook. GENERAL OBJECTIVES After 1 hour. the student nurses . Introduction of the participants. shows dance is a powerful therapeutic tool. I. As a student. After 1 hour. III. loss. DATE AND TIME The activity will be held on April 11. V. the client will be able to synthesize and integrate issues such as pain. she ended up in hospital for several months after becoming suicidally depressed. extension wires) VII. who has personal experience of mental health problems. INTRODUCTION Dance and movement are known to have physical and psychological benefits for those with mental illness. speaker.g. Invocation II. 2008 from 8:00 to 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the VSMMC Psychiatric Ward. and death as experienced by the patient. objectives and goals of the activity let the participants explore themselves let the participants reveal deep issues that they are not quite capable of expressing verbally At the end of the activity the participants will be able to:       experienced improvement in coping skills experienced improvement in problem solving skills improved group interaction to acquire a way of understanding self more (Self-awareness) to communicate their feelings through movement increase body coordination VI. sorrow and other "stress-producing" emotions. II. CONTENT (SEQUENCE OF THE ACTIVITY) TIME 8:00 AM – 8:10 AM 8:10 AM – 8:12 AM 8:12 AM – 8:20 AM ACTIVITY Assembly  Gathering of the participants at the designated area.DANCE THERAPY I. She discovered dance more than 10 years ago and has since used it as a way of dealing with grief. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES At the end of the activity the student nurse must be able to:    explain the purpose. IV. PARTICIPANTS The participants for the art therapy will be composed of 8-10 members with ages from 20 – 30 years old. the student nurse must be able to provide a structured activity with which the patients can cope and express themselves. quite literally dancing them out of her system. MATERIALS TO BE USED The materials to be used for this activity are:   Music Music player and accessories (e.

Orientation  Goals and Objectives of the activity  Rules  Purpose of the activity Group Therapy Proper* Group Discussion Evaluation . Glide to the right. 1. Encourage client to verbalize if he/she was able to express their emotions dance movements. Glide to the left then pause. III. 5. the participants will be asked a question to assess what benefits/learning they acquired from the group therapy: (Question together with the possible response)    Ask how the client felt about the activity.  The music will be played and the participants will be asks to follow the dance instructions/movements that will be demonstrated by the coordinators. Repeat the first 2 steps 3 times. 4.8:20 AM – 8:40 AM 8:40 AM – 9:20 AM 9:20 AM – 9:50 AM 9:50 AM – 10:00 AM *Mechanics:  Participants will be asked to form a line to organize them (4 lines). Encourage verbalization of the dance step he/she had liked.*Note: Encourage participation in the dance steps. Do the first two steps 3times. At the 3rd time. Do Step 2 together with the hand movement (clapping). METHOD OF EVALUATION At the end of the activity. Hand movements – Clapping 2. 3. turn around and face a partner (to the right). VIII. 6.

you must exercise them if you wish to keep them in working order. BANA BSN III March 1.” -John Quincy Adams (6th President of the United States of America)- . MUSIC. DOLLY LAURINO Clinical Instructor Presented by: ELIZALDE D.ACTIVITY PROPOSALS IN NCM 105 (ART. 2008 “Old minds are like old horses. DANCE THERAPY IN PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS) Presented to: PROF.

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