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The Psychocybernetic Model of Art Therapy [electronic resource].

By: Nucho, Aina O.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2003Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (327 p.).ISBN: 9780398084417 (electronic bk.); 0398084416 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Art therapy | Medicine | MEDICAL -- Psychiatry -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Psychocybernetic Model of Art TherapyDDC classification: 616.89/1656 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
HALFTITLE: THE PSCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL OF ART THERAPY; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; TITLEPAGE: THE PSYCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL OF ART THERAPY; FOREWORD-I; FOREWORD-II; PREFACE; CONTENTS; Part One: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS; Chapter 1 AN INVITATION TO CHANGE; Chapter 2: ART THERAPY, PSYCHOCYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS; Chapter 3: IMAGES AND COGNITION; Chapter 4: THE MERGING OF ART AND THERAPY; Chapter 5: VARIETIES OF ART THERAPY; Chapter 6: CONTOURS OF THE PSYCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL; Part Two: THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS; Chapter 7: THE UNFREEZING PHASE; Chapter 8: THE DOING PHASE; Chapter 9: THE DIALOGUING PHASE.
Chapter 10: ENDING AND INTEGRATINGPart Three: WORK WITH SPECIFIC CLIENT POPULATIONS; Chapter 11: WORK WITH CHILDREN; Chapter 12: ART THERAPY WITH ADOLESCENTS; Chapter 13: ART THERAPY WITH ADULTS; Part Four: EFFECTIVENESS OF ART THERAPY AND A LOOK AHEAD; Chapter 14: CASE VIGNETTES; Chapter 15: AN EMPIRICAL OUTCOME STUDY; Chapter 16: LOOKING AHEAD; BIBLIOGRAPHY; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX.
Summary: This expanded second edition is an important reference volume on the theoretical foundations of art therapy. The text presents a detailed account of the origins and rationale of art therapy. The author underscores the need for a new model of intervention, describes the advantages of visual forms of cognition, discusses general system theory and the field of cybernetics, delineates several existing models of art therapy, and outlines the essential features of the psychocybernetic model--a model combining the verbal-analytic and the visual imagistic symbol systems. The text then focuses on implem.
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HALFTITLE: THE PSCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL OF ART THERAPY; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; TITLEPAGE: THE PSYCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL OF ART THERAPY; FOREWORD-I; FOREWORD-II; PREFACE; CONTENTS; Part One: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS; Chapter 1 AN INVITATION TO CHANGE; Chapter 2: ART THERAPY, PSYCHOCYBERNETICS AND SYSTEMS; Chapter 3: IMAGES AND COGNITION; Chapter 4: THE MERGING OF ART AND THERAPY; Chapter 5: VARIETIES OF ART THERAPY; Chapter 6: CONTOURS OF THE PSYCHOCYBERNETIC MODEL; Part Two: THE THERAPEUTIC PROCESS; Chapter 7: THE UNFREEZING PHASE; Chapter 8: THE DOING PHASE; Chapter 9: THE DIALOGUING PHASE.

Chapter 10: ENDING AND INTEGRATINGPart Three: WORK WITH SPECIFIC CLIENT POPULATIONS; Chapter 11: WORK WITH CHILDREN; Chapter 12: ART THERAPY WITH ADOLESCENTS; Chapter 13: ART THERAPY WITH ADULTS; Part Four: EFFECTIVENESS OF ART THERAPY AND A LOOK AHEAD; Chapter 14: CASE VIGNETTES; Chapter 15: AN EMPIRICAL OUTCOME STUDY; Chapter 16: LOOKING AHEAD; BIBLIOGRAPHY; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX.

This expanded second edition is an important reference volume on the theoretical foundations of art therapy. The text presents a detailed account of the origins and rationale of art therapy. The author underscores the need for a new model of intervention, describes the advantages of visual forms of cognition, discusses general system theory and the field of cybernetics, delineates several existing models of art therapy, and outlines the essential features of the psychocybernetic model--a model combining the verbal-analytic and the visual imagistic symbol systems. The text then focuses on implem.

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