Art-Based Group Therapy: Theory and Practice
|Author:||Bruce L Moon|
This guide outlines the key therapeutic elements of art-based group therapy, case vignettes illustrating them, and the difference between art-based group therapy theory and traditional group psychotherapy theory. Topics include creating community, the effects of making art, materials and media, and therapeutic planning.
This edition includes new case vignettes from clinical and educational settings, moves the chapter on leadership to the beginning, and adds chapters on ethical issues in relation to group practice and the healing aspect of being seen and heard by peers in art therapy groups.