A5 - Weinberg | Triadic Model of Connectedness with First Nations Foster Children

  • 2019-10-25
  • Room 106


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My practice-led research study presents a triadic model of connectedness with First Nations foster children and their Indigenous caregivers in Canada. The term triadic art therapy refers to the involvement of an interpersonal dyad in joint art-making sessions with an art therapist who is attending to their cultural connectedness as a third element in their relationship.

Tzafi Weinberg is an art therapist. She studied art therapy at the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute, BC, and earned her doctorate in art therapy at Mount Mary University, Milwaukee. Tzafi has experience working with First Nations children in a private practice in Winnipeg.