Working with children in art therapyPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, 1990.Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 224 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations (some color)ISBN:
- RJ505.A7 W67 1990eb
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
The contributors; Editors' note; Introduction Caroline Case and Tessa Dalley; Art versus language (separate development during childhood) Janek Dubowski; Art therapy as a container Sigrid Rabiger; Unusual drawing development in children: what does it reveal about children's art? Ian McGregor; The cat, the fish, the man, and the bird: or how to be a nothing. Illness behaviour in children; the case study of a 10-year-old girl Vera Vasarhelyi.
Working with Children in Art Therapy is a collection of papers by ten art therapists working in the major child care agencies as part of a professional team. Each paper describes a different theoretical perspective and clinical setting with an emphasis on the language of art in art therapy and ways of understanding non-verbal communication. Contributions cover working with children in psychiatric clinics within the National Health Service, in mainstream and special schools, and in the social services.--from Publisher's website
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