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Re-enchanting art therapy : transformational practices for restoring creative vitality / by Lynn Kapitan.

By: Kapitan, LynnMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Springfield, Ill. : Charles C. Thomas, ©2003. Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 287 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780398084363; 039808436XSubject(s): Art therapy | Sensory Art Therapies | Rehabilitation | Psychotherapy | Therapeutics | Complementary Therapies | Behavioral Disciplines and Activities | Psychiatry and Psychology | Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment | Art Therapy | MEDICAL -- Psychiatry -- General | Art therapy | Psychiatry | Health & Biological Sciences | PsychotherapyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Re-enchanting art therapy.DDC classification: 616.89/1656 LOC classification: RC489.A7 | K357 2003Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Ch. 1 Accepting the Demands of Creative Power -- Ch. 2 Opening to Enchantment: The Art Therapist as Animadora -- Ch. 3 Bowl of Tears: Witnessing Art Therapist Disenchantment in the Toxic Work Environment -- Ch. 4 Transforming Toxins in the Cauldron of Community -- Ch. 5 Playing on the Threshold of the Open Closing Door.
Summary: Re-Enchanting Art Therapy is written for art therapists, supervisors, students, and colleagues in related fields who seek to approach their work as a living, artistic practice but struggle to do so in the often toxic work environments where art therapy is most needed. Asking "What kills creative vitality?" research uncovered core images that art therapists associate with toxic work and the elements of re-enchantment. Author Lynn Kapitan relates, in stories and images of art therapists, how re-enchantment is a cycling process that requires an unambivalent relationship with creative power. Chapt.
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Re-Enchanting Art Therapy is written for art therapists, supervisors, students, and colleagues in related fields who seek to approach their work as a living, artistic practice but struggle to do so in the often toxic work environments where art therapy is most needed. Asking "What kills creative vitality?" research uncovered core images that art therapists associate with toxic work and the elements of re-enchantment. Author Lynn Kapitan relates, in stories and images of art therapists, how re-enchantment is a cycling process that requires an unambivalent relationship with creative power. Chapt.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 265-270) and index.

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Machine generated contents note: Ch. 1 Accepting the Demands of Creative Power -- Ch. 2 Opening to Enchantment: The Art Therapist as Animadora -- Ch. 3 Bowl of Tears: Witnessing Art Therapist Disenchantment in the Toxic Work Environment -- Ch. 4 Transforming Toxins in the Cauldron of Community -- Ch. 5 Playing on the Threshold of the Open Closing Door.

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