Group Interactive Art Therapy: Its Use in Training and Treatment

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Subject index

a
activity groups 37
adolescents 15 ;
group interactive art therapy with 81-90 ;
peer interaction 83 , 84 ;
self-expression 83
affect, displacement of see transference
AIDS, health and safety considerations 57
anger, expressing symbolically, case example 130-2
anthropology 72
anxiety 19 , 22 , 33 , 138 , 139 ;
containment of, case example 16 , 135 ;
hospital patients 75 , 76 , 77
art, meaning of 52-5 ;
school experience of 57 ;
as therapy 8
art activities 10-11
‘Art Brut’ 55
art materials 17 , 37-8 , 39 , 40 , 46 , 51-5 , 74 , 83-4 ;
availability of 53 ;
case examples 95-102 ;
media workshops 54
art object, containment and 3 , 17 ;
as means of communication 3 ;
symbolic meaning 38
art therapist, joining in 10-11 ;
therapist-led model 13-14 ;
see also therapist
art therapy 3 , 5 ;
anti-verbal tradition in 17 ;
directive/non-directive approaches 3 ;
group analytical 3 , 10-15 , 19 ;
group interactive see group interactive art therapy;
history of 3-4 , 7-8 ;
in hospitals 7 ;
as ‘net’ for images 17 ;
seen as ‘recreational’ 75 , 93 ;
training 9-10 , 51 , 93
art therapy groups 8-20 ;
activity 10-11 ;
analytic 10 , 14 ;
conductor 45-6 ;
non-verbal 17 ;
psychotherapy, introducing into 37-41 ;
recent developments 10-20 ;
structured 10 ;
theme-centred 12-13 , 33 ;
see also group interactive art therapy
art therapy room see rooms
artefacts, cultural 72
‘Artists in Hospitals’ 54
artwork, as focus for interaction 39 ;
interpretation of 39 ;
storage/disposal of 46 , 49 , 55-6 , 150 ;
value of 14 ;
see also images;
symbolism
assessment 36

b
basic assumption groups 12 , 33
behaviour therapy 43 ;
categorisation and 43
body image 63-8 , 117-19
boundaries 15 , 107 ;
space 9 ;
systems theory and 29 ;
time 9 , 45 ;
violating, case example 136-44
British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) 10
British Association for Social Psychiatry 5

c
Cassel Hospital 5
categorisation 43
catharsis 36 ;
case examples 117-19
child art 46
children, dyslexic 82 ;
group interactive art therapy with 81-90 ;
hyperactive 15
choice, importance of 23 , 42
closed groups 19-20 , 74 , 75
cohesiveness 36 , 47 , 75 , 76
communication 3 , 46 ;
importance of 14 ;
mental handicap and 19-20
conductor, art therapy group 45-6 ;

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