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  1. Self-Mutilation and Art Therapy

    Self-Mutilation and Art Therapy

    Violent Creation

    Diana Milia

    Milia examines the effect of art therapy interventions with clients who harm their bodies. Demonstrating how these theories can be implemented in practice, Milia describes examples from her clinical experience, and includes case studies. Her practical book extends our understanding of the self-mutilation concept and how best it may be addressed. Learn More
    2000, 224pp
  2. Creative Group Therapy for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

    Creative Group Therapy for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

    Speaking the Unspeakable

    Bonnie Meekums

    Bonnie Meekums presents creative groupwork strategies and techniques for professionals working with women who have experienced child sexual abuse. The practical strategies have been developed from an understanding of the complex process of recovery, and are informed by the voices of women who have been abused in childhood themselves. Learn More
    2000, 224pp
  3. The Artist as Therapist

    The Artist as Therapist

    Arthur Robbins

    In this classic text Art Robbins explores the role of the art therapist in integrating aesthetics and psychodynamics into the therapeutic process. The artist in the therapist responds to the patient's use of colour, space, form and energy; the therapist uses his or her artist's reaction to ascertain the psychodynamics of the piece. Learn More
    2000, 228pp
  4. Creative Supervision

    Creative Supervision

    The Use of Expressive Arts Methods in Supervision and Self-Supervision

    Mooli Lahad

    In this book Lahad introduces techniques, drawn from the expressive arts therapies, which can be employed during a supervision to release information from the creative hemisphere of the brain. These techniques include storytelling, role-playing, guided fantasy, imaginary dialogues, letter-writing, drawing, and the use of colours and shapes. Learn More
    2000, 128pp
  5. Therapeutic Dimensions of Autobiography in Creative Writing

    Therapeutic Dimensions of Autobiography in Creative Writing

    Celia Hunt

    Celia Hunt discusses how autobiographical fiction can be used in therapeutic work by art therapists, psychotherapists and creative writing tutors, as well as in personal development by writers of any kind. She draws up guidelines for a successful course on creative writing, and presents case studies and practical ideas for writing about the self. Learn More
    2000, 208pp
  6. Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy

    Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy

    The Shield of Perseus

    Madeline Andersen-Warren and Roger Grainger

    Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy is derived from the authors' experiences of working with dramatherapy in a range of different situations. It focuses on the flexibility of the applications of dramatherapeutic principles.The book provides a comprehensive account of the history, theory and practice of drama and its therapeutic use. Learn More
    2000, 240pp
  7. Art Therapy and Computer Technology

    Art Therapy and Computer Technology

    A Virtual Studio of Possibilities

    Cathy Malchiodi

    Cathy Malchiodi reviews the hardware and software most pertinent to art therapists and demonstrates how the Internet can be used to conduct research and establish links with other art therapists. She also discusses the ethical and legal issues of communicating online, particularly the confidentiality and copyright of data. Learn More
    2000, 176pp
  8. The Changing Shape of Art Therapy

    The Changing Shape of Art Therapy

    New Developments in Theory and Practice

    Edited by Andrea Gilroy and Gerry McNeilly

    Including contributions from some of the leading art therapists in Britain, this book addresses the key issues in the theory and practice of art therapy. The fundamental significance of the art in art therapy practice permeates the book, close attention being paid by several writers to the art-making process and aesthetic responses. Learn More
    2000, Paperback / softback, 9.13in x 6.26in / 232mm x 159mm, 208pp, CA$54.00
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-939-4
    2011, Ebook, PDF, 208pp, CA$54.00
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-581-6
  9. The Use of Art in Counselling Child and Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    The Use of Art in Counselling Child and Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    Maralynn M Hagood

    Based on 17 years of clinical work in the United States and the UK, this book presents a comprehensive discussion on the use of art in counselling sexually abused children, their families, and sex offenders. Using concepts of the "trauma model", we see how art therapy, counselling and psychotherapy can be tailored to the needs of the individual. Learn More
    2001, 272pp
  10. Psychological Aesthetics

    Psychological Aesthetics

    Painting, Feeling and Making Sense

    David Maclagan

    An introduction to psychological aesthetics for art educators, art therapists, psychoanalysts, artists and art lovers, this book re-evaluates conventional philosophical and psychoanalytic approaches to aesthetic qualities themselves, to the kinds of psychological significance they can generate, and to the interweaving of inner and outer realities. Learn More
    2001, 144pp

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