Drawing the Line: Art Therapy with the Difficult Client (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 22, 2005 - Psychology - 304 pages
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This resourceful guide presents art therapy techniques for difficult clients where the typical therapist-client interaction can often be distant, demanding, and frustrating. Offering practical and theoretical information from a wide variety of treatment populations and diagnostic categories; and incorporating individual, group, and family therapy case studies, the text is filled with examples and over 150 illustrations taken from the authorís sixteen years of experience working with hundreds of clients. The author is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Masterís degree in Clinical Art Therapy. The text comes with an accompanying CD-ROM which includes full-color pictures and additional material not found in the book.
  

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Contents

Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Part II READING BETWEEN THE LINES
101
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Part III THE PRACTICE OF ART THERAPY
199
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix A Structural Aspects Quantitative Analysis
296
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix B Formal Aspects Qualitative Analysis of the Person
301
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix C Formal Aspects Qualitative Analysis of the House
309
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix D Formal Aspects Qualitative Analysis of the Tree
312
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix E EightCard Redrawing Test Adapted Scoring Sheet
315
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix F Sample Directives
317
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Appendix G Sample Group Processing Directives
323
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client References
327
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client Index
335
Art Therapy with the Difficult Client About the CDROM
345
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Page 13 - ... relates intimately to the impulses, anxieties, conflicts, and compensations characteristic of that individual. In some sense, the figure drawn is the person, and the paper corresponds to the environment.

About the author (2005)

Lisa B. Moschini has a BFA in art and design from California Institute of the Arts and an MA in clinical art therapy from Loyola Marymount University. She has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1992 and is the owner of Drawing-the-Line Seminars & Consulting (www.drawing-the-line.net), which specializes in the blending of the arts and psychotherapy. She presently resides in Santa Barbara, California.

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