Group Interactive Art Therapy: Its Use in Training and Treatment

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Routledge, 1993 - Psychology - 165 pages
Diane Waller presents the first theoretical formulation of a model which effectively integrates the change-enhancing factors of both group psychotherapy and art therapy. Drawing on her wide experience as an art psychotherapist and a group therapist, she shows how this model works in practice through a series of illustrated case examples of a variety of client and training groups from different societies and cultures.

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Diane Waller is Professor of Art Psychotherapy and Director of Programs in Group and Intercultural Therapy at Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK.

Caryl Sibbett is Lecturer in the Graduate School of Education, Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland, where she is Director of the M.Sc. Art Therapy course.

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