Reflective Visual Journaling During Art Therapy and Counseling Internships

Sarah P. Deaver
Visual journaling is thought to promote students' critical reflection upon their previous learning, their current experiences, and their ongoing professional growth. Research supports the value of written journals as educational tools that encourage reflection, but the potential for visual journaling to facilitate reflection has not been explored through systematic inquiry until now. This qualitative multiple case study explored four art therapy students' and four counseling students' responses to visual journaling during their internships. They maintained...
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