Maestría en Terapia de Arte

Su futuro profesional
La terapia de arte es una profesión dinámica que lleva a los terapeutas a experiencias diversas. Los terapeutas de arte trabajan en una variedad de lugares que incluye hospitales, escuelas, cárceles, centros de salud mental, guarderías y la práctica privada. Utilizan los procesos creativos y expresivos de la creación de arte para mejorar la salud física, mental y emocional de individuos de todas las edades.

Detalles del programa
- La única escuela de postgrado de terapia de artes creativas en Israel
- El programa es por un año de jornada completa e incluye 600 horas de práctica en el campo de trabajo
- Se enseñan las lecciones en inglés
- El ambiente de estudio es cálido y acogedor
- Se presentan experiencias emocionantes en un campus que tiene diversidad étnica y religiosa
- Estudiantes tienen la posibilidad de hacer prácticas en el campo de trabajo en su país de origen.

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The University of Haifa was established in 1963 under the joint auspices of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Haifa Municipality. In 1972 it gained academic accreditation from the Council for Higher Education as a separate institution. Thus, the University of Haifa is a fully accredited university under the auspices of Israel’s Ministry of Education and the Israeli Council for Higher Education. The University is recognized internationally as an approved site for study abroad, and academic credits earned are transferable to home institutions to be applied toward degree completion. The University of Haifa is also recognized by the UNESCO-based International Association of Universities.

The Graduate School of Creative Arts Therapies

The Graduate School of Creative Arts Therapies was established in October 2008 as part of the Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences at the University of Haifa. The School offers the only program in Israel that awards a master's degree in Creative Arts Therapies with the following five specialization tracks: Art Therapy, Dance Movement Therapy, Music Therapy, Drama Therapy, and Psychodrama. Since its establishment, the School has become one of the most popular at the University, with over 500 students currently enrolled.

The Graduate School of Creative Arts Therapies is located in the new, purpose-built, Hecht Arts Centre building. The building, which was opened in 2005, occupies an area of 3,500 sq. meters over four stories and was planned specifically to provide students with optimal working conditions and to fulfill the particular needs of arts-related programs. All the learning spaces are state-of-the-art and designed for workshop, studio, and classroom use. In addition, the view of the Haifa Bay from the large glass walls is breathtaking.

The Hecht Arts Centre building is part of the beautiful University of Haifa campus which spreads along a ridge of the Carmel Mountain southeast of the city of Haifa and is surrounded by the Carmel National Park. Click here to see the campus map.
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Art Therapy

Art therapy is a dynamic field in the mental health profession that uses art media, such as paint, chalk, crayons and sculpture, as its primary mode of communication. Art therapy is used with people of all ages, from children to the elderly, and it is especially valuable with clients who have difficulties expressing themselves verbally.

Art therapists are trained in both art and therapy. They use their knowledge about human development, psychological theories, clinical practice, and artistic creation to provide treatment and assessment to clients as well as to research topics within the healthcare field.