Art as a Therapeutic Modality
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This final section of the book discusses multiple usages of art, and art therapy, for healing emotional trauma. Several cases are sketched as illustrative of practices that work, or do not work, either within the context of a professional clinical practice or as a part of a wider community setting where the simple presence of a compassionate guide will suffice.
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