F/C Assessment (2016/03-)

I would greatly appreciate it if you'd like to participate this research. Please contact me for requesting the instruction/directive then you can send me your result via email.

Participant Consent Form
In this study, I will ask you to draw ....

Purpose of the study: 1) Affect communication through art, 2) Visual language based on cultural difference

All information you provide will remain confidential and will not be associated with your name. If for any reason during this study you do not feel comfortable, you may leave and your information will be discarded. Your participation in this study will require approximately under five minutes. When this study is complete you will be provided with the results of the experiment if you request them, and you will be free to ask any questions.

Benefits/Risks to Participant: Participants will learn about the empirical methodologies of and will help contribute to the body of knowledge in art diagnosis & assessment. Risks include any discomfort you may feel while performing the task.

Contacts and Questions: If you have any further questions concerning this study please feel free to contact us through email: Primary Investigator, June Ju Hyun Kang at juhyun.kang(at)gmail.com . Please indicate with your signature on the space below that you understand your rights and agree to participate in the experiment.

Your participation is solicited, yet strictly voluntary. All information will be kept confidential and your name will not be associated with any research findings.

Statement of Consent: I have read the above information. I have asked any questions I had regarding the experimental procedure and they have been answered to my satisfaction. I consent to participate in this study.

Thanks so much for your participation!

Bereavement with Children (2016/08-)

reference research

1) Art therapy

Kohut, M. (2011). Making art from memories:

Graham, M., & Sontag, M. (2001). Art as an evaluative tool: A pilot study. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 18(1), 37-43.
Orton, M. (1994). A case study of an adolescent mother grieving the death of her child due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. American Journal of Art Therapy, 33(2), 37-44).
Ponteri, A., K. (2001). The effect of group art therapy on depressed mothers and their children. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 18(3), 148-157.
Salzano, A. T., Lindemann, E., & Tronsky, L. N. (2013). The effectiveness of a collaborative art-making task on reducing stress in hospice caregivers. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 40(1), 45-52.
Schut, H. W., De Keijser, J,, Van Den Bout, J., & Stroebe, M. S. (1996). Cross-modality grief therapy: Description and assessment of a new program. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 357-365.

2) Music therapy

3) Grief therapy

Wissel, A., & Glorfield, C. (2011). Current Trends in Grief Counseling. Vistas Online. Retrieved from http://counselingoutfitters.com/vistas/vistas11/Article_94.pdf
Kersting, K. (2004, November). A New Approach to Complicated Grief. Monitor on Psychology 35(10). Retrieved from https://www.apa.org/monitor/nov04/grief.aspx
Major Depressive Disorder and the “Bereavement Exclusion”. American Psychiatric Association. Retrieved from http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/Bereavement%20Exclusion%20Fact%20Sheet.pdf
Wakefield, J. C. (2013). DSM-5 grief scorecard: Assessment and outcomes of proposals to pathologize grief. World Psychiatry. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3683270/

4) setting-related

clinical experience
Westhampton, NY, 2016/08