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Development of Art Therapy Program according to the Personality Type of Student with Intellectual Disabilities
KIM, Kyoung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this research is to derived art therapy program according to the personality type of student with intellectual disabilities. In order to complete the purpose, Focus group interview method by eight experts in order to achieve the objet of the study were done. The interviews were first derived the information about the programs details process, secondary interviews, it obtained the information through primary and a second interview is as follows: First, the program detail interviews activity periods, action steps for activity goals, activity type and activity restrictions material set, the configuration and action programs, time, set a place, whereby the developed final art therapy program.
 Keywords
Art therapy program;Personality type;Student with intellectual disabilities;
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Korean
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