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Using expressive counselling tools to enhance emotional literacy, emotional wellbeing and resilience: Improving therapeutic outcomes with Expressive Therapies

@inproceedings{Pearson2008UsingEC,
  title={Using expressive counselling tools to enhance emotional literacy, emotional wellbeing and resilience: Improving therapeutic outcomes with Expressive Therapies},
  author={Mark Pearson and Helen Wilson},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Research supportive of the use of an Australian approach to Expressive Therapies, developed since 1987, that has a focus on resolving emotional drives, is reviewed. Expressive Therapies (ET) utilises an emotion-focused, growth-promoting way in which clients can be engaged through the use of a range of creative arts-based, projective techniques. In particular, the engagement with creative arts tools has been found, by the authors, to enhance long-term changes and resilience. The… 
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