Deep play : exploring the use of depth in psychotherapy with children by Dennis McCarthy 3 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Contributions from a range of therapeutic disciplines demonstrate deep play's capacity to elicit real change in children and how they think about themselves and the world.
Including techniques with deep sandboxes, clay and water, alongside case studies and theoretical grounding, this book establishes a new depth psychology approach for treatment. Creating with others : the practice of imagination in life, art, and the workplace by Shaun McNiff Book 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Earth angels : engaging the sacred in everyday things by Shaun McNiff Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Join the author as he discovers the autonomous spirits of a silver Mercedes convertible, a mysterious cigarette burn on the dining room table, and the scary shadow of a tree outside a child's room. With proven techniques he's discovered for jump-starting the creative process.
There are art teachers--and then there's Shaun McNiff. An accomplished painter himself, with a fascination for the creative process, he's been teaching art for something like forty years, both to people who identify themselves as artists, and to those who carry no such identity--most notably to the many clients and mental health patients with whom he's worked to use art making as a therapeutic method.
Having observed and worked with such a broad spectrum of art makers has caused him to observe the creative process--in others as well as in himself--in depth over a long period. In this book, he will offer his observations about creativity, what it is and how it works, along with practical advice on how to jump-start the process in oneself. His history and experience give his observations on this topic a good deal of heft" The handbook of art therapy and digital technology by Shaun McNiff 1 edition published in in English and held by 71 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Digital art therapy is a rapidly growing practice.
This book gives practical guidance on using digital technology with different client groups and considers potential ethical and professional issues. A wide range of methods and media are presented, including animation, therapeutic photography and the use of apps and games. Using art as research in learning and teaching : multidisciplinary approaches across the arts by Shaun McNiff Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide "Using Art as Research in Learning and Teaching explores various multidisciplinary visual and performing art forms, including creative writing, as ways to provide a rich contribution and understanding to research, learning, and teaching.
Key figures in the field share their art-based research, arts practice, and philosophy, bringing the arts to life within their taught and learned contexts across a variety of art forms and levels of post-compulsory education. Featuring a foreword by internationally-renowned proponent of art-based research Professor Shaun McNiff, this book will be informative and useful to arts researchers and educators, addressing key challenges and possibilities in a rapidly changing higher education environment.
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Mindfulness and the arts therapies : theory and practice by Sidney Trantham 1 edition published in in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide This pioneering resource brings together new ways of thinking and practice from an international group of senior arts therapists to explore the ways in which the inward direction of mindfulness and the outward expression of arts therapies can intersect to bring about transformative clinical results.
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Reviews 'Sean McNiff has written what may be the most important expressive art therapy book of this decade. Art-Based Research presents a long-awaited model for studing the process of art making as therapy - whether it be visual arts, dance, music, or drama.
Every page will excite and inspire its readers to think about how to conduct research on art therapy, music therapy, dance therapy and drama therapy as well as intermodal expressive therapy. Too long have the expressive arts therapies focused on the product of sessions with clients. Through this book McNiff has shown us that our knowledge of creative potential inherent to the arts holds the key to how the arts heal and guide us in developing research questions which will help us understand the creative process in therapy.
Numerous examples and references from arts therapists will help the novice researcher in developing ideas and inspire the experienced researcher, deepening our understanding of why the arts therapies are powerful tools for healing. This volume will become a standard text in expressive arts therapy training programs throughout the world.
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Barcode Authors Cathy A. Library Subject 2 Art therapy. Library Subject 3 Art Therapy. Dewey Classification An internationally-renowned figure in the creative arts therapies, he has written many critically-acclaimed books including Art as Medicine: Creating a Therapy of the Imagination,Educating the Creative Arts Therapist and Depth Psychology of Art.