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Collage as a Therapeutic Modality for Reminiscence in Patients With Dementia
Traditional therapy, with its emphasis on verbal communication between therapist and client, may not be appropriate for patients with dementia due to impaired cognitive and verbal abilities. ThisExpand
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Discovering good practice for art therapy with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder: The results of a small scale survey
Abstract The purpose of this study was to develop a clearer understanding of how art therapists currently practice with children who have ASD. A convenience sample of participants was chosen fromExpand
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Ireland and Greece: A Tale of Two Fiscal Adjustments
Three years into Europe’s crisis, and with worrisome output contractions ongoing in Italy, Spain and Portugal, the different experiences of Ireland and Greece offer useful lessons. A more temperedExpand
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The Role of Art Therapists in Maximizing the Mental Health and Potential of Learners with Special Needs
Abstract The relationship between learning and mental health, as well as a growing body of literature, underscores the need for art therapy in educational settings. This is particularly true forExpand
Pre-marital counseling with the deaf.
Creativity and Communication in Persons With Dementia: A Practical Guide; Group and Individual Work With Older People: A Practical Guide to Running Successful Activity-Based Programmes; and Art
solar system, evil, and destruction. Craig’s art is remarkable and worth examining. In the final chapter of this section, Wadeson discusses the similarities and differences in the art of threeExpand
A Review of "Creative Response Activities for Children on the Spectrum: A Therapeutic and Educational Memoir"
David R. Henley’s new book is part history, part autobiography, and part instruction manual. Henley is a well-known, doctoral-prepared child art therapist, and has taught on the graduate level. HeExpand