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The Handbook of Art Therapy


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. The art therapist; 3. The art therapy room; 4. The therapy in art therapy; 5. The art work in art therapy; 6. Art therapy with individual clients; 7. An Introduction to the Theory of Working with Groups in Art Therapy; 8. Innovations in contemporary art therapy groups; 9. Art therapy and technology; 10. Theoretical approaches and influences on current art therapy practice; 11. Art and Psychoanalysis; 12. Development of psychoanalytic understanding; Bibliography

About the Author

Caroline Case worked with children and families in the statutory services and in private practice for 48 years. She has published widely on her therapeutic work as an art therapist and child and adolescent psychotherapist.

Tessa Dalley is an experienced child and adolescent psychotherapist and art therapist currently working in Independent Practice with children, young people and families and clinical supervisor to other practicing therapists.

Dean Reddick has over 20 years experience working with children and families in the National Health Service, schools and in private practice. He has published his work with children, especially his work with children in the early years.


In the context of this profound, shared, global uncertainty and upheaval, it is timely that this new, Fourth Edition of the Handbook of Art Therapy, which seeks to reaffirm as well as update developments in theory and practice in art therapy, is being offered. It is both a theoretical and practical overview and guide as well as being a symbol of the continuity of a robust and reliable profession that looks to the future.Julia Meyerowitz-Katz, Jungian Analyst and Art Psychotherapist, ANZSJA IAAP CCAFPAA ANZACATA, Australia

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