Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 8(2), pp. 410 - 416
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080211
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The Use of Art Therapy in Conflictology in Education


Baynova Maria 1,*, Maslikov Vadim 2, Polyakova Svetlana 3, Palekhova Polina 4, Sulyagina Julia 1
1 Department of management and public administration, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia
2 Research committee on Social Management, Russian Society of Sociologists, Moscow, Russia
3 Department of art-aesthetic cycle, School 1273, Moscow, Russia
4 Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russian State Social University, Moscow, Russia

ABSTRACT

The aim of the article is to evaluate and analyze the possibility of applying art therapy technologies to conflict management in the field of education among teachers of creative disciplines. In the paper, a comprehensive approach to analysis of interpersonal conflicts in a group as well as intrapersonal conflicts of individual team members is offered as a solution to interpersonal tensions reduction and conflict prevention. Authors propose conflictological role-playing game based on the art-therapeutic approach (ATA), which is a theatrical act including conflicts prescribed in the characters and their interaction as a creative training method. The article presents the results of art therapy application as a means of conflict management in pedagogical environment. The scientific novelty of the study is the assessing the results of the using art therapy among teachers of creative disciplines. The data obtained in the research and presented in this article can be employed in conflict consulting in creative oriented groups.

KEYWORDS
Conflict, Conflict Consulting, Art Therapy, Conflicts in Education, School Teachers

Cite this paper
Baynova Maria , Maslikov Vadim , Polyakova Svetlana , Palekhova Polina , Sulyagina Julia . "The Use of Art Therapy in Conflictology in Education." Universal Journal of Educational Research 8.2 (2020) 410 - 416. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2020.080211.