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Family Assessments Using Art Developed by Psychologists

Family Assessments Using Art Developed by Psychologists Kinetic Family Drawing. The Kinetic Family Drawing (KFD) was developed by Burns and Kauffman in 1970 as a“children’s assessment to gather information on self-concept and interpersonal relationships”(Brooke, 2004, p. 32). It was initially designed to be an individual assessment, but it can provide information about the individual’s perceptions of their family dynamics. The drawing is completed on an 8.5×11 inch white piece of paper using a number two pencil. The instructions are as follows: “draw a picture of everyone in your family, including you, doing something. Try to draw whole people, not cartoons or stick people. Remember, make everyone doing something—some kind of action.” (Brooke, 2004, p. 32) 

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