The Art Therapy Sourcebook

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  • Paperback
  • 276 pages
  • The Art Therapy Sourcebook
  • Cathy A. Malchiodi
  • 16 September 2017
  • 0071468277

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10 thoughts on “The Art Therapy Sourcebook

  1. Rowena says:

    This was an amazing book about art therapy and creativity I m not an artist but I read it for possible future research I found it to be a very accessible read It shares the benefits of art and art therapy and I was quite ...

  2. Alma :) says:

    I m planning on enrolling in an art therapy program in a year or two I ve been engaging in art therapy techniques for years not in a calculated way, but so to stay sane Art has always done that for me Life is not as difficult right now, but I ve felt unable to express some of the emotions I know I have somewhere so I thought I d pick this up and be proactive.I expected this book to be chockfull of exercisesof a workbook What I got wasof an intro textbook with some exercis I m planning on enrolling in an art therapy program in a year or two I ve been engaging in art therapy techniques for years not in a calculated way, but so to stay sane Art has always done that for me Life is not as difficult right now, but I ve felt unable to express some of the emotions I know I have somewhere so I thought I d pick this up and be proactive.I expected this book to be chockfull of exercisesof a workbook What I got wasof an intro textbook with some exercises to try out things I used before in an interactive, undergraduate art history class I wasn t really disappointed mostly because the text WAS useful for someone like me It gave meof an idea of what I m getting into Therapeutically, it didn t tell me anything new or provide a plethora of insights For someone like me, it made me want to explore these thingsthough Mental health in this country is abysmal, so people are looking for books to help them make sense of their lives Some will find ways to cope...

  3. Erin says:

    This book was so wonderful I didn t read from cover to cover, instead i looked for ideas and inspiration It made me very interested in art therapy, and it is definitely something i d own it gave me so many ideas for projects, and ways to make myself happy when i m sad it was just what i ne...

  4. Sieran says:

    No wonder I m such a happy person I do lots of art daily D So I get to self express through drawing, writing, and dancing everyday Happy me.I also found out that I m very lucky Cathy says that many of us got negative, discouraging comments about our artistic abilities I was always only complimented, never criticized, lol Or maybe I just don t remember the discouragements XP Even when I got an A instead of the A that I wanted in visual arts, that was just because I didn t bother doing No wonder I m such a happy person I do lots of art daily D So I get to self express through drawing, writing, and dancing everyday Happy me.I also found out that I m very lu...

  5. Erik Akre says:

    The back of the book makes some claims, so I ll review it by addressing them briefly The Art Therapy Sourcebook will help you Find relief from overwhelming emotions a large claim, a bit overstated The book does contain a number of therapeutic exercises for the reader, and they may be useful for some It is not a book written purely for those who wish to undergo their own auto therapy Much of it explains the methods and types and personae of art therapy itself, rather than addressing the The back of the book makes some claims, so I ll review it by addressing them briefly The Art Therapy Sourcebook will help you Find relief from overwhelming emotions a large claim, a bit overstated The book does contain a number of therapeutic exercises for the reader, and they may be useful for some It is not a book written purely for those who wish to undergo their own auto therapy Much of it explains the methods and types and personae of art therapy itself, rather than addressing the reader as an immediately creative agent Recover from traumatic losses ditto, although evenoverstated Reduce stress levels This iswhere the exercises are at A reachable goal for someone participating by herself in these dozen or so art activities Remember, this book is not primarily a book of art activities It is a book about art therapy itself, the methods, thought, and practices, and the id...

  6. Steven Smith says:

    Must read for aspiring art therapistsThis is a comprehensive work giving a necessary survey of common techniques for art therapy it also gives an excellent review of the history and especially the beginnings of the discipline The author goes to gre...

  7. Mimonni says:

    Per chi come me, ha solo una vaga idea di cosa sia l arteterapia, questo il testo adatto Sono consigliati vari esercizi da fare, ma la cosa che pi mi ha interessata sono l approccio di questa disciplina a vari casi di sofferenza, sia fisica che...

  8. Colleen Shannon says:

    Great foundation book for anyone interested in pursuing a career in art therapy or just interested in learningabout the different therapeutic uses of art Its basically Art Therapy 101 in book form

  9. Autumn says:

    An excellent work, especially for those new to art therapy, but also full of some really wonderful activities Lots of theoretical background, and definitelyof a textbook than an art for art s sake read.Highly recommended.

  10. Kerstin says:

    Some great suggestions for exercises