Poetry in Expressive Arts (häftad)
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Jessica Kingsley Publishers
McNiff, Shaun (foreword)
226 x 150 x 13 mm
250 g
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Poetry in Expressive Arts (häftad)

Poetry in Expressive Arts

Supporting Resilience through Poetic Writing

Häftad,  Engelska, 2020-10-21
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Poetry is increasingly used in therapy, and it already occupies a central place in expressive arts therapies. This book is the first to explicitly combine theory and practice from the field of expressive arts with poetry and poetics. The book offers both a guide and poetic encouragement for using poetry in expressive arts work. Within this arts context, poetry is offered as a way to create hope and confidence, providing clients with a platform for healing, reconciliation, problem solving, and personal and professional development. Each chapter uses examples of poetry to illustrate the ideas of the chapter. With an outstanding contribution to the field of expressive arts theory and practice, this book is essential for people wanting to use an integrative arts-based approach to help their clients build resilience and foster sustainable, positive change in their lives.
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Margo Fuchs Knill is a member of the original Core Faculty of the European Graduate School (EGS) and is now the Dean of the Division of Arts, Health and Society at EGS. She was previously an Assistant Professor at Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. She is based in Switzerland but also teaches internationally in Europe, Russia, Asia, Latin America and the US. Sally Atkins is Core Faculty of EGS and Professor Emerita and Founder of the Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Appalachian State University. She is based in the US, but also teaches in Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Malta, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Peru, Bolivia, Guatemala, China, Canada and Ireland.