Spirituality and Art Therapy: Living the Connection (Paperback)Mimi Farrelly-Hansen (editor), Michael Franklin (author of contributions), Cam Busch (author of contributions), Catherine Hyland Moon (author of contributions), Suzanne Lovell (author of contributions), Bernie Marek (author of contributions), Madeline Rugh (author of contributions), Carol Sagar (author of contributions), Janis Timm-Bottos (author of contributions), Edit Zaphir-Chasman (author of contributions)
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Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 460 g
Dimensions: 232 x 154 x 18 mm
This anthology is perhaps the first to chart the territory of applying spiritual experiences to art therapy. Each chapter contributes to the development of an understanding of how art creates meaning and is a gift for life which transcends the limits of therapeutic programmes. I found a great deal here of practical use and would recommend this book to practitioners seeking to enhance the depth of their clients' creativity. -- British Journal of Occupational Therapy
Spirituality and Art Therapy is a compelling synthesis of enlightenment. I have been waiting years for a book like this - for both personal and professional use. Thank you for filling a void in the area of art therapy with this collection of wonderful insights. -- Brian Luke Seaward
This book is as practical as it is inspiring. -- Deborah Bowman, Naropa University
This is an important book for anyone using art for healing. It has the added dimension of providing tools for the spiritual search. I recommend it highly. -- Lucia Capacchione
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