Social Action Art Therapy in a Time of Crisis

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Bird, J. 2022. Social Action Art Therapy in a Time of Crisis. London Routledge - Taylor and Francis.
AuthorsBird, J.
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Social Action Art Therapy in a Time of Crisis outlines theories and models of social action art therapy, identifies its application in times of crisis, and explores the ways in which art therapy can work effectively for individuals and groups experiencing crisis. Drawing upon various ecologies, climate psychology, and eco-art therapy, this book addresses various responses to climate change, including notions of belonging, the physicality of experience, and the role of imagination in creating alternative versions of the future. The author presents a social action approach to art therapy as a way of addressing the political and collective components of climate change as well as the individual and emotional components. To help explore what social action art therapy can offer in this time of crisis, the author illustrates examples that show how the ideas have been used in other moments of crisis, including asylum, refuge, and domestic abuse. This innovative book contributes to the development of contemporary art therapy practice and will be of interest to arts therapists, arts psychotherapists, expressive therapists, ecotherapists, ecopsychologists, arts-based researchers, and many more.

KeywordsArt Therapy; arts-based research; domestic violence
ISBN9780367696221
Web address (URL)https://www.routledge.com/Social-Action-Art-Therapy-in-a-Time-of-Crisis/Bird/p/book/9780367696214#:~:text=Social%20Action%20Art%20Therapy%20in%20a%20Time%20of%20Crisis%20outlines,individuals%20and%20groups%20experiencing%20crisis.
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Year2022
PublisherRoutledge - Taylor and Francis
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