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CATX 541 Digital Media Use in Art Therapy and Counseling 2.0 Credits

Digital media are tools, formats or platforms, and processes of creativity and expression that can be created, viewed, disseminated, modified, and/or preserved on personal to desktop computers as well as other digital devices, such as Smartphones, iPads, and iPods. This course is designed to inform the art therapist and counselor students regarding best practice capacities and strategies to ethically create, store, share, and transmit client art making products on digital drives or cloud-based formats; review and enact informed consent processes of using communicative and creative digital media with clients; develop digital literacy skills and strategies of how to assist clients in developing them; and deepen one’s own digital media engagement.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is ATC.