The art activity manual : a groupwork resource / Marylyn Cropley

By: Cropley, Marylyn.
Publisher: Abingdon ; New York, NY, Routledge : 2017Copyright date: Milton Keynes : Speecmark Publishing Ltd, 2004Edition: 1st.Description: 242 pages : illustrations : 30 cm.ISBN: 9780863884313.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | PHYSICAL DISABILITY | SENSORY IMPAIRMENT | MENTAL ILLNESS | ADULTS | CHILDREN | OLDER PEOPLE | ART THERAPY | ARTS AND CRAFTS | GROUP ACTIVITIES | CREATIVITY
Contents:
Introduction. - Part I: Preparation. - Part II: Session Plans. - Part III: Project Ideas.
Summary: "Offers skills-based activities with therapeutic outcomes. Aims to assist group facilitators working with adults with intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory loss, mental health needs and older people. This book can also be used independently by individual artists, self-help art groups and group facilitatirs working with children... It does not set out to teach art skills, nor to present therapeutic interventions in formal sense; rather, it offers a flexible, non-prescriptive approach for group facilitators and members to explore and develop their own style and technique, within a general appreciation of art." - INTRODUCTION
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Introduction. - Part I: Preparation. - Part II: Session Plans. - Part III: Project Ideas.

"Offers skills-based activities with therapeutic outcomes. Aims to assist group facilitators working with adults with intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory loss, mental health needs and older people. This book can also be used independently by individual artists, self-help art groups and group facilitatirs working with children... It does not set out to teach art skills, nor to present therapeutic interventions in formal sense; rather, it offers a flexible, non-prescriptive approach for group facilitators and members to explore and develop their own style and technique, within a general appreciation of art." - INTRODUCTION

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