Art Therapy and Environment

June 27, 2017

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Photo: A traditional May Bush in Ireland, placed at the boundary of a farm or home on May Day (May 1st) and kept in place throughout the month of May. The May Bush is a symbol of protection and good luck for the growing season during the Celtic festival of Bealtaine (the beginning of summer).

The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal has produced a special issue entitled Art Therapy and Environment. 

In this issue environment is defined broadly and includes compelling and thought provoking articles from Canadian and international art therapists and allied professionals.

 

Articles

Art Therapy and Environment Editorial 

Art Therapy Caves: Linking Community Art to a Therapeutic Space by Cora H. McLachlan

Global Action Art Therapy: Cross-Cultural Experiences in South Korea by Seung Yeon Lee

Garden as Canvas: Therapeutic Metaphors in a Children’s Garden by Carol Knibbe & Petrea Hansen-Adamidis

A Natural Response to a Natural Disaster: The Art of Crisis in Nepal by Jess Linton

The Flowers of Compassion: A Trauma-Informed Artistic Event Involving Three Generations of Slovenians by Katarina Kompan Erzar

Access to the CATA Journal

 

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