New Developments in Expressive Arts Therapy

by Stephen K. Levine (Editor), Ellen G. Levine (Editor)

This collection reflects on the theory and application of expressive arts today in therapy, education, research and social and ecological change.

Bringing the understanding of expressive arts into its contemporary theoretical framework, the book reveals the expansion of the field from its initial focus on therapy alone into a diverse range of other areas of interest to therapists, educators, researchers and those interested in working for social and ecological change. The book also contains a selection of discursive writing, poetry and visual art, highlighting the importance of keeping artistic creativity at the heart of the field.

With contributions from pioneering arts therapists, this will be vital reading for arts therapists and students in the field today.

Book details

Contributors
Sally Atkins (Collaborator), Shara Claire (Collaborator), Kelly Clark/Keefe (Collaborator), Melinda Ashley Meyer DeMott (Collaborator), Herbert Eberhart (Collaborator), Rosemary Faire (Collaborator), Jessica Gilway (Collaborator), Rowesa Gordon (Collaborator), Judith Greer Essex (Collaborator), Isabelle Hayeur (Collaborator), Lisa Herman (Collaborator), Elisabeth Hösli (Collaborator), Majken Jacoby (Collaborator), Margo Fuchs Knill (Collaborator), Paolo J. Knill (Collaborator), Kelly Lycan (Collaborator), Carrie MacLeod (Collaborator), Elizabeth Gordon McKim (Collaborator), Shaun McNiff (Collaborator), Emily Miller (Collaborator), Judy Nisenholt (Collaborator), Sabine S. Silberberg (Collaborator), Jacques Stitelmann (Collaborator), Per Espen Stoknes (Collaborator), Brigitte Wanzenried (Collaborator), Peter Wanzenried (Collaborator), Rebekah Windmiller (Collaborator)
Publication date
June 21, 2017
Publisher
Page count
344
ISBN
9781784505325
Paper ISBN
9781785922473
File size
1 MB