Art therapy, dreams, and healing : beyond the looking glass /Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 130 pages) : illustrationsISBN:
- Beyond the looking glass [Portion of title]
- Rêves, art-thérapie et guérison, de l'autre côté du miroir. English
- RC489.D74 H36 2021
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"Originally published in French as: Rêves, art-thérapie et guérison, de l'autre côté du miroir. 2017, Quebec Livres, division of Groupe Sogides Inc. (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)" -- Copyright page. Rêves, art-thérapie et guérison, de l'autre côté du miroir.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Chapter 1 - Dreams and Existential Messages; Chapter 2 - How to Keep a Dream Journal; Chapter 3 - Creative Writing Methods for Dreamwork; Chapter 4 - Experiential Dreamwork Methods; Chapter 5 - Art Therapy Dreamwork Methods; Chapter 6 - Lucid Dreaming and Awakening of Self; Chapter 7 - Process Dreamwork: A One-Month Intensive Dreamwork; Conclusion; Author’s Index; Words and Expressions’ Index.
"Art Therapy, Dreams, and Healing: Beyond the Looking Glass synthesizes methods to work with one's dreams through art therapy, introducing the reader to brief creative methods, Gestalt and Jungian experiential methods, and research on lucid dreaming and dream re-entry. The author provides a unique, clear and concise synthesis of nineteen available dreamwork methods to find the message of our dreams, with examples from her own 35 years of psychotherapy practice. Along with a classification of types and functions of dreams, chapters include information such as how to keep a dream journal, how to remember one's dreams, how to find 25 different dream types, and how to follow your own dreamwork process. This book provides a clear and concise synthesis of available dreamwork methods for readers to find the existential message of their dreams and grow from them"-- Provided by publisher.
Johanne Hamel is a psychologist and art psychotherapist who has been teaching art therapy for 20 years in university programs in Canada. She is currently an international lecturer in Thailand, the USA and Europe. More information can be found at her website johannehamel.com. Hélène Hamel is a self-employed translator who holds an Honors degree intranslation and has been working mainly from English to French for more than 30 years. She occasionally accepts translation work from French to English. Over the years, she has developed a great interest for therapy practices and alternative medicine, and the publishing world is where she is now heading for.