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The Wiley Handbook of Art Therapy

David E. Gussak (Editor), Marcia L. Rosal (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-118-30659-8
906 pages
January 2016, Wiley-Blackwell
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The Wiley Handbook of Art Therapy is a collection of original, internationally diverse essays, that provides unsurpassed breadth and depth of coverage of the subject. 

  • The most comprehensive art therapy book in the field, exploring a wide range of themes
  • A unique collection of the current and innovative clinical, theoretical and research approaches in the field
  • Cutting-edge in its content, the handbook includes the very latest trends in the subject, and in-depth accounts of the advances in the art therapy arena
  • Edited by two highly renowned and respected academics in the field, with a stellar list of global contributors, including Judy Rubin, Vija Lusebrink, Selma Ciornai, Maria d' Ella and Jill Westwood
  • Part of the Wiley Handbooks in Clinical Psychology series
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Table of Contents

Editors xiv

Contributing Authors xvi

Acknowledgments xxxi

An Introduction 1
David E. Gussak and Marcia L. Rosal

Part I Historical and Theoretical Frameworks 5

1 History of Art Therapy 7
Maxine Borowsky Junge

2 Psychoanalytic Study of Artists and Their Art: Its Relevance for Art Therapists 17
Laurie Wilson

3 Psychoanalytic Art Therapy 26
Judith A. Rubin

4 Archetypal Art Therapy 37
Josie Abbenante and Linney Wix

5 Gestalt Art Therapy: A Path to Consciousness Expansion 47
Selma Ciornai

6 Expressive Therapies Continuum 57
Vija B. Lusebrink

7 Cognitive ]behavioral Art Therapy Revisited 68
Marcia L. Rosal

8 Art Therapy: A Brain ]based Profession 77
Juliet L. King

9 Positive Art Therapy 90
Patricia D. Isis

10 Essence, Art, and Therapy: A Transpersonal View 99
Michael A. Franklin

11 Open Studio Approach to Art Therapy 112
Catherine Hyland Moon

12 An Eclectic Approach to Art Therapy—Revisited 122
Harriet Wadeson

Part II Understanding Art Media in Therapy 133

13 Media Considerations in Art Therapy: Directions for Future Research 135
Lisa D. Hinz

14 2D Expression is Intrinsic 146
Sheila Lorenzo de la Peña

15 Constructing the Self: Three ]Dimensional Form 154
Lariza B. Fenner

16 Collage as an Expressive Medium in Art Therapy 163
Jessica Woolhiser Stallings

17 Printmaking: Reflective and Receptive Impressions in the Therapeutic Process 171
Michelle L. Dean

18 Photography as Therapy: Through Academic and Clinical Explorations 180
Ellen G. Horovitz

19 Art Therapy and Digital Media 188
Penny Orr

Part III Developmental Spectrum and Therapeutic Considerations 199

20 The Developmental Journey 201
Doris Arrington

21 Getting the Picture: Family Art Therapy 210
Janice Hoshino

22 A Treatment Model for Marital Art Therapy: Combining Gottman’s Sound Relationship House Theory with Art Therapy Techniques 221
Dina L. Ricco

23 Rethinking and Reframing Group Art Therapy: An Amalgamation of British and US Models 231
Marcia L. Rosal

24 Art Therapy with Children 242
Tracy Councill

25 Art Therapy with Adolescents 252
Debra Linesch

26 Adult Art Therapy: Four Decades, Ages 20–60 Years 262
Deborah A. Good

27 Art Therapy with Older Adults: A Focus on Cognition and Expressivity 272
Amanda Alders Pike

28 Art Therapy and Thanatology: A Unified Approach 282
Katy Barrington

Part IV Art Therapy with Various Populations 293

29 “Special Needs” Federal Mandates and Opportunities for Art Therapy 295
Frances E. Anderson

30 Art Therapy on the Autism Spectrum: Engaging the Mind, Brain, and Senses 306
Jane Ferris Richardson

31 Art Therapy and Developmental Disabilities 317
Kevin Bailey

32 Aggression and Art Therapy: A Social Interactionist Perspective 329
David E. Gussak

33 Perspectives of Recovery/Reversing the Stigma: Art Therapy and Severe Mental Illness 337
Mary Ellen McAlevey

34 On Considering the Role of Art Therapy in Treating Depression 350
Stephanie Wise

35 Art Therapy and Substance Abuse 361
Libby Schmanke

36 Art Therapy with Trauma 375
Paula Howie

37 Art Therapy and Eating Disorders 387
Margaret Hunter

38 Art Therapy, Homelessness, and Poverty 397
Holly Feen ]Calligan

39 Dimensions of Art Therapy in Medical Illness 409
Susan Ainlay Anand

40 A Complicated Life: Intermodality within Dissociative Identity Disorder 421
Laurel Thompson

Part V Practicing Art Therapy in Interdisciplinary Settings 433

41 School Art Therapy 435
Craig A. Siegel

42 Art Therapy in Medical Settings 443
Irene Rosner David

43 Art Therapy in Rehabilitation Centers 451
Cynthia Cox

44 Addiction and Art Therapy: Interdisciplinary Considerations 460
Richard Carolan

45 Forensic Art Therapy: Epistemological and Ontological Underpinnings 469
Marcia Sue Cohen ]Liebman

46 Art Therapy in the Prison Milieu 478
David E. Gussak

47 Bringing Art Therapy into Museums 487
Carolyn Brown Treadon

Part VI Art Therapy Assessments 499

48 Art Therapy Assessments: An Overview 501
Donna Betts

49 Assessing Attachment with the Bird’s Nest Drawing (BND) 514
Donna H. Kaiser

50 Family Art Assessment 524
Paige Asawa and Meirav Haber

51 The Levick Emotional and Cognitive Art Therapy Assessment (LECATA) 534
Myra F. Levick and Craig A. Siegel

52 Silver Drawing Test/The Draw ]A ]Story (SDT/DAS): Assessment Procedures 550
Cheryl Earwood and Melinda Fedorko

53 The Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) at Thirty: Art Therapy Assessment and Research 558
Barry M. Cohen and Anne Mills

54 The Formal Elements Art Therapy Scale (FEATS) 569
Linda Gantt

55 The Face Stimulus Assessment (FSA) 579
Donald C. Mattson and Donna Betts

56 Assessments and Computer Technology 587
Seong ]in Kim

57 The Need for Norms in Formal Art Therapy Assessment 600
Sarah P. Deaver

Part VII Research Models in Art Therapy 607

58 An Overview of Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Art Therapy Research in America 609
Megan Robb

59 A Case for Case Studies: More than Telling a Story 617
David E. Gussak

60 Social Action Research Methods and Art Therapy 626
Jordan S. Potash and Debra Kalmanowitz

61 Quantitative Investigations: Alternative Choices 636
Deborah Elkis ]Abuhoff

62 Experimental and Control Group Research Designs 644
Patricia St John

63 Mixed Methods Research and Art Therapy 654
Nancy Gerber

64 Arts ]based Research: The Basics for Art Therapists 663
Donna H. Kaiser and Lisa Kay

Part VIII Art Therapy Around the World 673

65 International Art Therapy 675
Gaelynn P. Wolf Bordonaro

66 Art Therapy in Great Britain 683
Jill Westwood

67 Art Therapy in Canada: A Place ]based Métissage 691
Janis Timm ]Bottos

68 Art Therapy in Europe 701
Maria d’Elia

69 Art Therapy “Down Under”: Perspectives on the Profession from Australia and New Zealand 710
Annette M. Coulter

70 Cultural Context and the Practice of Art Therapy in Asia 718
Elizabeth Coss with John Wong

71 Art Therapy in Israel: Current Status and Future Directions of the Profession 727
Dafna Regev and Rachel Lev ]Wiesel

72 A Portrait of a Nation: Culturally Sensitive Art Therapy in the Arab World 735
Amar Abdulla Behbehani

73 Various Aspects of Art Therapy in Mexico/Algunos Aspectos de la Terapia de Arte en México 745
Debra Linesch, Einat Metzl, and Ana Laura Treviño

74 Latin American Art Therapy: Collective Dreams and Horizons of Hope 753
Selma Ciornai and Maria Cristina Ruiz

75 Art Therapy in the Caribbean 765
Lesli ]Ann M. Belnavis and Sarah A. Soo Hon

Part IX Current and Contemporary Issues in Art Therapy 775

76 Identity of the Art Therapist 777
Joan Phillips

77 Social Action Art Therapy 787
Frances F. Kaplan

78 Art Therapy Education: A Creative Dialectic Intersubjective Approach 794
Nancy Gerber

79 Issues in Credentialing and Licensing for Art Therapy in the United States: Who Ate My Pie? 802
Laura Greenstone

80 Ethics in Art Therapy 814
Mercedes Ballbéter Maat and Maria Espinola

81 Art Therapy and Multiculturalism 822
Charlotte Boston

82 Community ]Based Disability Studios: Being and Becoming 829
Randy M. Vick

83 Creating Alternative Public Spaces: Community ]based Art Practice, Critical Consciousness, and Social Justice 840
Savneet Talwar

84 Looking Forward—Thoughts on the Future of Art Therapy—A Personal Perspective 848
Terry Towne

Index 856

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Author Information

David E. Gussak is Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Art Education at Florida State University. He is the author of Art on Trial: Art Therapy in Capital Murder Cases (2013), and the co-editor and contributing author for the books Drawing Time: Art Therapy in Prisons and Other Correctional Settings (1997)and Art Education for Social Justice (2010) and has published numerous articles and chapters and has lectured widely both nationally and internationally.  Professor Gussak currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Art Therapy.

Marcia L. Rosal is Professor and Director of the graduate Art Therapy Program at Florida State University. She is a past president of the American Art Therapy Association and received the Honorary Life Member award in 2011 from this organization. She has been on the editorial boards of Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, Clinical Art Therapy, and The Arts in Psychotherapy.  She was the founding editor of the Journal of Art for Life and she has published numerous articles and chapters and has lectured widely both nationally and internationally.

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