Posts tagged theory and practice
Psychodynamic Inquiries into Parallel Processes in Art Therapy: Client and Intern

by Heidi Bragg

This thesis begins with a single case study that seeks to understand the following question: What are the parallel processes of personal growth for a young female intern and an older male client in a psychodynamic art therapy process?

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Parents Guide to Art Therapy with Children

by Roger Luscombe

Art therapy can provide a child with the opportunity to heal and grow. In the safety of the Art Therapy room, and with the unconditional support of the therapist, children can utilize their own creative potential to learn, to resolve difficulties and to move on in their lives as balanced individuals. In writing this handbook, it is my hope that parents and caregivers will have available to them some of the basic theory and processes of Art Therapy with children.


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The Function of Art-Making in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing with Children and Youth

by Katharyn E. Morgan

The functions of art-making in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) with children and youth have not previously been fully examined. This study furthers the inquiry in this area by documenting the inclusion of art-making in four specific debriefings with a total of 29 participants, ages 8 to 18 years.

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