This resourceful guide presents art therapy techniques for difficult clients where the typical therapist-client interaction can often be distant, demanding, and frustrating. Offering practical and theoretical information from a wide variety of treatment populations and diagnostic categories; and incorporating individual, group, and family therapy case studies, the text is filled with examples and over 150 illustrations taken from the author’s sixteen years of experience working with hundreds of clients.
There has been a growing fascination over the past
century with the emotional and psychological aspects of
children’s art expressions, particularly from the fields of
psychology, psychiatry, and art therapy. Drawing has
been undeniably recognized as one of the most important
ways that children express themselves and has been
repeatedly linked to the expression of personality and
emotions. Children’s drawings are thought to reflect their
inner worlds, depicting various feelings and relating
information concerning psychological status and
This book is a compilation of chapters written by experts in their field on
various modalities and dimensions of holistic health care and aging. We
envision the book to be a compendium of reliable and authoritative information
on complementary and alternative therapies that health professionals
may use as they seek to improve the health and quality of life
of those in their care.
From non-profit performance space to galleries, to
businesses that offer classes, to specialty supply shops,
to the individual artist entrepreneur and contractor,
neighborhood arts activity is an identifiable business
sector. In some communities, artist entrepreneurs play
a similar early entrant role for commercial strips as
they do for artist housing development.
As economists who study business clusters recognize,
geographical proximity and the interactions that
emerge from related activities within a local area are
important even in the age of electronic connectivity.
Over the past decade, there has been a vast explosion in new information
relating to the art and science of dermatology as well as fundamental cutaneous
biology. Furthermore, this information is no longer of interest only to
the small but growing specialty of dermatology. Scientists from a wide variety
of disciplines have come to recognize both the importance of skin in fundamental
biological processes and the broad implications of understanding
the pathogenesis of skin disease. As a result, there is now a multidisciplinary
and worldwide interest in the progress of dermatology....
The emergence of hand surgery as a specialty
and the advances in the science and art of hand
surgery since World War II have been truly phenomenal.
Societies for surgery of the hand have
attracted some of the most skillful and dedicated surgeons
and have served as a forum for discussion and
criticism, new concepts, and the testing and trial of
In commemoration of Mother’s Day,
Save the Children is publishing its twelfth
annual State of the World’s Mothers report.
We have assembled our Champions for
Children – leading voices from academia,
politics, religion, business and the arts – to
celebrate the great progress the world
has made in recent decades to reduce
deaths among children under age 5. These
distinguished essayists explore the many
reasons why the united States, as a nation,
must continue to invest in lifesaving maternal
and child health programs. u.S.
The contributors to the conference comprised a mixture of art historians,
curators, museum studies lecturers, anthropologists, archaeologists and
artists, and the conference timetable positioned established academics
alongside scholars at an earlier stage in their research and writing careers.
Among the art forms identified in the eighteenth century as central – painting, music,
sculpture, architecture, literature -- sculpture has perhaps received the least focused
attention from aestheticians as having its own standards of excellence, or as affording a
distinctive kind of aesthetic experience. Unlike music or architecture, traditional
sculpture does not pose obvious questions about common claims concerning the nature of
art or of aesthetic experience (such as imitation or disinterestedness).
In this book leading experts provide the state-of-the-art in the emerging and exciting
field of pharmacogenomics. The multitude of ways that pharmacogenomics
can be approached and applied reflects the possibilities brought about by the
wealth of data generated by the Human Genome Project, in conjunction with parallel
advances in bioinformatics and biotechnology. Procedures that are now routine
were a decade ago thought to be impossible.
On April 22nd, 1915, the writer, in company with Major Rankin, saw the Germans launch their first gas attack
near St. Julien upon the section of the line held by the French colonial troops and the first Canadian division.
This book was written primarily for the purpose of recording this as well as some of the other experiences of
the first Canadian division as seen from the unusual angle of a scientist, in the course of 18,000 miles of travel
in the front line area. It had the secondary object of giving the average reader some insight into what goes on
behind the lines, and...
Oocyte donation is now an integral part of the armamentarium of the infertility specialist. At its inception, it was intended as therapy for women with premature ovarian failure, or those with heritable genetic defects. However, as experience accumulated, oocyte donation as a treatment has been extended to women with a variety of defects in oocyte production or function. The largest group of women now undergoing treatment with oocyte donation consists of those with age-related decline in fertility. ...
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The advantages which have been derived from the caution with which hypothetical statements are admitted,
are in no instance more obvious than in those sciences which more particularly belong to the healing art. It
therefore is necessary, that some conciliatory explanation should be offered for the present publication: in
which, it is acknowledged, that mere conjecture takes the place of experiment; and, that analogy is the
substitute for anatomical examination, the only sure foundation for pathological knowledge.
This approach isn't new. Economy has always been one of the core disciplines in Art and in
Design. The Old Masters were masters of economy. Look at the brush strokes on an old painting,
and you’ll see how much people achieved with so few strokes. It’s not that they didn’t have the
talent, or the time, to do more strokes, it’s just that they knew that using as few strokes of the
brush as possible to create the desired effect produces the best result. Using rougher strokes on
areas like backgrounds or material on clothing helped the eye to focus on the finer detail.