Empowering Children through Art and Expression : culturally sensitive ways of healing trauma and grief
"Empowering Children through Art and Expression" examines the successful use of arts and expressive therapies with children, and in particular those whose lives have been disrupted by forced relocation with their families to a different culture or community. The book explores how children express and resolve unspoken feelings about traumatic experiences in play and other creative activities, based on their observations of peer support groups, outreach programs and through individuals' own accounts.
Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Art therapy for children, Grief in children -- Treatment, Post-traumatic stress disorder in children -- Treatment, Sensory Art Therapies -- methods
Child Psychology | Psychology
St. Thomas, Bruce and Johnson, Paul, "Empowering Children through Art and Expression : culturally sensitive ways of healing trauma and grief" (2007). Faculty and Staff Books. 73.