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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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Marian Liebmann; Sally Weston; Jackie Ashley; Debbie Michaels; Simon Bell, (Neurologist); Iris Von Sass Hyde; Carole Connelly; Anna Knight; Quentin Bruckland; Andrea Gregg; Elizabeth Ashby; Melody Golebiowski; Jenny Wood; Marion Green; Christopher Day; Mark Wheeler; Judith Ducker
|Notes:||Foreword by Jackie Ashley. Preface. Introduction. Sally Weston, Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield and Marian Liebmann, Central Recovery Team, Bristol and Penny Brohn Cancer Care. ADULTS. Part I. Setting the Scene. 1. Neurology and Art Therapy. Debbie Michaels, Independent Practice. 2. Beyond Limits: Art Therapy with People with Severe Physical Limitations. Simon Bell, Private Practice. 3. The Janus Response: Coming to Terms with Life Changes due to Brain Injury or Other Neurological Conditions. Iris von Sass Hyde, Department of Neuropsychology in Lincoln, member of the Cambridge Jungian Association. Part II. Acquired Brain Injury. 4. Art Therapy, Identity and Adjustment After Acquired Brain Injury. Carole Connelly, Acquired Brain Injury Unit, Northern Ireland. 5. Art Therapy at a Rehabilitation Day Centre for Adults and Adolescents with Acquired Brain Injury. Anna Knight, Headway, Rehabilitation Day Centre for Adults with Acquired Brain Injury.
6. A Glimpse Beneath the Surface of Organisational Life: Art Therapy in Brain Injury and Stroke Services. Debbie Michaels, Independent Practice. 7. Art Therapy and Insight and Awareness after Brain Injury. Sally Weston, Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield. Part III. Epilepsy. 8. Art Therapy after Acquiring Seizures in Adulthood. Quentin Bruckland, UCLH Sir William Gower's Inpatient Assessment Unit, Epilepsy Society. 9. 'This is My Dream World': Art Therapy with Young Adults with Epilepsy and Learning Disabilities. Andrea Gregg, Epilepsy Specialist Provider in the Private Sector. Part IV. Dementia. 10. Reframing and Reconnecting: An Art Therapy Group for People with Dementia. Elizabeth Ashby, NHS Coventry and Warwickshire. 11. 'My Coat or Yours?' Generating Peer Support and Interpersonal Relationships through Art Therapy for Minority Ethnic People Experiencing Early Onset Dementia Living at Home. Melody Golebiowski, Private Practice. Part V.
Other Neurological Conditions. 12. Have We Met Before? Images as an Aide Memoir to Restructure Identity with a Man with Korsakoff's Syndrome. Jenny Wood, Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust, Lexden Hospital, Colchester and Private Practice, Residential Care Home. 13. What's Colour Got to Do with it? Art Therapy and Motor Neurone Disease: An Anthroposophical Approach. Marion Green, Trainer and Intensive Trauma Therapist. CHILDREN. 14. Art Therapy and Encephalitis. Mark Wheeler, Specialist CAMHS North Nottinghamshire and Private Practice. 15. Art Therapy with a Boy Living with a Life Threatening Illness. Judith Ducker, NHS, Private Practice and Charitable Organisations. PERSONAL REFLECTIONS. 16. Art Therapist: Heal Thyself!. Mark Wheeler, Specialist CAMHS North Nottinghamshire and Private Practice. Glossary. Author Biographies. Index.
|Description:||1 online resource (368 pages).|
|Responsibility:||Marian Liebmann, Sally Weston, Jackie Ashley, Debbie Michaels, Simon Bell, Iris Von Sass Hyde, Carole Connelly, Anna Knight, Quentin Bruckland, Andrea Gregg, Elizabeth Ashby, Melody Golebiowski, Jenny Wood, Marion Green, Christopher Day, Mark Wheeler, Judith Ducker.|