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Ebook The Art Therapy Sourcebook by Cathy A. Malchiodi read! Book Title: The Art Therapy Sourcebook
The author of the book: Cathy A. Malchiodi
Edition: McGraw-Hill Education
Date of issue: September 1st 2006
ISBN: 0071468277
ISBN 13: 9780071468275
Language: English
Format files: PDF
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I'm planning on enrolling in an art therapy program in a year or two. I've been engaging in art therapy techniques for years--not in a calculated way, but moreso to stay sane. Art has always done that for me. Life is not as difficult right now, but I've felt unable to express some of the emotions I know I have--somewhere--so I thought I'd pick this up and be proactive.

I expected this book to be chockfull of exercises--more of a workbook. What I got was more of an intro textbook with some exercises to try out--things I used before in an interactive, undergraduate art history class. I wasn't really disappointed--mostly because the text WAS useful for someone like me. It gave me more of an idea of what I'm getting into. Therapeutically, it didn't tell me anything new or provide a plethora of insights. For someone like me, it made me want to explore these things more though.

Mental health in this country is abysmal, so people are looking for books to help them make sense of their lives. Some will find ways to cope--as I did--and others will just keep looking. This book offers a few steps toward healing, but they are hard to find and not too impactful. If you are looking to heal, you probably are better off finding an art therapist to help you. For those lacking the funds, I suggest meeting up with friends and doing creative activities together. The book offers some insights about group therapy. Maybe use these ideas to get started. If you are interested in practicing art therapy, this is something for the bookshelf--but keep looking for more robust options.

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Ebook The Art Therapy Sourcebook read Online! Cathy Malchiodi is an art therapist, visual artist, research psychologist, and author in the fields of art therapy, trauma-informed practice, and art in healthcare.

Cathy is a leading international expert in the "healing arts" fields of art therapy, art in healthcare, and expressive therapies, and has 25 years experience in trauma intervention and trauma-informed practice. She has published numerous books, including, The Art Therapy Sourcebook, Handbook or Art Therapy, Expressive Therapies, Understanding Children's Drawings, and Creative Interventions with Traumatized Children, all of which have become standard texts; she has also published more than 50 invited book chapters and refereed articles and reviews various mental health journals. A popular speaker, Cathy has given over 300 invited keynotes, workshops, and courses throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe. She has been an Adjunct Professor at Lesley University's Expressive Therapies Department for over 20 years and has been a visiting professor and lecturer at numerous universities throughout the US.

She is a research psychologist, a Board Certified and Licensed Professional Art Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Certified Trauma and Loss Educator with expertise in trauma-informed care, interpersonal violence intervention and disaster relief with children, adults, and families. She is the originator of the practice of "trauma-informed art therapy," an approach based on resilience-enhancement, mindfulness, sensory-based intervention, and body/mind principles.

Cathy has provided consultation, service, and expertise to a wide variety of community, national, and international agencies, including the International Child Art Foundation, Department of Defense, Issues Deliberation America/Australia, American Art Therapy Association, International Medical Corp, and Save the Children Foundation. Cathy has also served on the boards of American Counseling Association (ACA), distinguished as the first Representative from the Association for Creativity in Counseling (ACC); President of the Counseling Association for Humanistic Education and Development (C-AHEAD); American Art Therapy Association (AATA); Delegate to 20/20 National Future of Counseling Task Force with ACA; Research and Ethics Committees of the Society for the Arts in Healthcare; International Advisory Board, International Child Art Foundation; Advisory Board for Alzheimer's Association of America; and on numerous national and international boards in mental health, education, counseling, arts, and public service. In honor of her clinical and academic contributions, Cathy is the first and only person to have received all three of the American Art Therapy Association’s highest honors: Distinguished Service Award, Clinician Award, and Honorary Life Member Award. She is the recipient of Kennedy Center Honors and a Very Special Arts (VSA) Award for her art therapy work in Hong Kong and Beijing and is the recipient of the Willam Steele Award for her outstanding contributions to the field of trauma intervention with children.

Cathy's current passion includes bringing together the art therapy community worldwide; to this end, she founded the International Art Therapy Organization in May 2009, a network of approximately 3000 professionals and students across the globe. In April 2010, she co-founded the non-profit group Art Therapy Without Borders (ATWB), an organization dedicated to using art therapy to wake up the world through service, education, research, and global networking.

Cathy currently resides in the decidedly weird city of Louisville, Kentucky with husband David and furry feline supervisors and task masters, Zoolee and Chaplin. And even though she worked hard for her psychology doctorate and has penned more stuff than she can remember, she often finds humor in her peers' overuse of the prefix "Dr." on their websites and memos [particularly when they use PhD at the other

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