Counselling, Psychology & Psychiatry

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Art Therapy in Private Practice

Theory, Practice and Research in Changing Contexts

Edited by James D. West
Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This is an essential handbook for art therapy students and art therapists considering private practice. It provides insight into the range of approaches, clinical settings, ethical issues and professional considerations when working in private practice and gives advice on common hurdles, such as establishing boundaries and maintaining self-care.

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Art Therapy and Substance Abuse

Enabling Recovery from Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction

Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Jessic Kingley Publishers

This book provides art therapists with specific information on substance abuse treatment approaches and explains the bio-psycho-social aspects of addiction. By providing insight into the unique challenges of this client group, it gives art therapists the knowledge and confidence to develop effective interventions for individuals with addictions.

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Invisible Scars

Mental Trauma and the Korean War

UBC Press
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Observation in Health and Social Care

Applications for Learning, Research and Practice with Children and Adults

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

One of the key skills in effective health and social care is accurately identifying and assessing the client's needs. This theoretically informed guide will show you how to enhance and apply these pivotal observation skills in a variety of challenging health and social settings with children, families and adults.

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Art Therapy Across Cultural and Race Boundaries

Working with Identity

Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This is a practical guide to using art techniques and exercises in therapeutic intercultural work. Drawing on her own experiences of working in post-Apartheid South Africa, the author gives guidance on overcoming misunderstandings, resistance to therapy, and language barriers.

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Innovative Therapeutic Life Story Work

Developing Trauma-Informed Practice for Working with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults

Edited by Richard Rose
Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This book explores different ways of carrying out life story work, a method which helps traumatized children question and resolve issues from their past. Using the experience of practitioners based in a range of settings, it provides a useful overview of the latest developments in the field.

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