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Introduction. PART ONE: GETTING ORGANIZED. 1. Art-Making Supplies. 2. Patients' Records. 3. Therapists' Records. PART TWO: TAKING DIRECTION. 4. For Warm-Ups and Closings. 5. Allowing for Spontaneity. 6. For Individuals. 7. For Groups. 8. Intermodally. 9. With Poetry-writing. 10. About Journalling. 11. Focusing on a Creative Journal. 12. Starting on a Creative Journal. 13. A Creative Journalling Kit. PART THREE: GOING IT ALONE. 14. Emphasizing the Therapist's Own Spontaneity. 15. Creating Your Own Art Therapy Directives. 16. Conclusion. References. Index.
Offers a structured framework for working with clients who find spontaneous creating daunting
Susan R. Makin is currently pursuing her career as a professional artist, writer, and advisor, in Boston and Toronto. She was previously Psychotherapeutic Services Coordinator and Expressive Arts Therapist at The Welcare Center, Toronto, while a lecturer in Psychosomatics at the University of Toronto, Department of Medicine and field faculty advisor at Vermont College of Norwich University. She has also led and created arts therapy programs at the Toronto Hospital for seven years. Dr. Makin presents workshops internationally, and is the author of three books on arts therapies.