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The Arts Therapy Arena provides professionals, researchers, instructors and students in Arts Therapy with information on the range of books and journals by Psychology Press, Routledge Mental Health and Guilford Press, as well as links to various online resources, including societies and associations, upcoming conferences, and support groups

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Textbooks

  1. Child Centered Play Therapy

    Bring Garry Landreth into your classroom to demonstrate Child Centered Play Therapy in action!

    This DVD is a perfect complement to Play Therapy: The Art of the Relationship, giving students, instructors, supervisors, and practitioners visual reinforcement of the material presented in the text. It shows a complete and unrehearsed play therapy session, featuring Garry Landreth working with a young girl in a fully-eqipped play therapy room.

    Landreth provides audio commentary throughout to highlight key moments in the session and emphasize the basic principles of the child centered approach. Viewers will find watching this master therapist and pioneer of play therapy to be a unique and valuable teaching and learning opportunity.
     

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New Titles

  1. Alchemy and Psychotherapy

    Alchemy and Psychotherapy explores the issue of alchemy in the consulting room and its application to social and political issues. This book argues against the dominant discourse in contemporary psychotherapy - scientific materialism - and for the discovery of spiritual meaning.

  2. Now available!  DVD Workshop Series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

    The DVD Workshop series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology provides professionals and students instruction on the current state of the scientific evidence—and timely updates on treatments from experts in the field.  Workshop videos vary in length and are designed to train professionals on the implementation of specific evidence-based interventions with youth. Printouts of the presentation, slides, reference lists and other resources are available on line.

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Research & Reference

  1. What We See and What We Say

    Image-based research methods, such as arts-based research, can fill the absence of the voice of impoverished, under-privileged populations. In What We See and What We Say, Ephrat Huss argues that images are deep and universally psycho-neurological constructs through which people process their experiences. The theoretical model demonstrated in this book demonstrates that images can be used to enable three different levels of communication: with self, with others similar to oneself, and with others who differ in terms of culture and power.

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News

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  2. Browse our Research Methods, Statistics, Testing and Measurement 2014 Online Catalog!

    The catalog features new, upcoming and key titles in research methods, statistics, testing and measurement. Enter code RST14 on checkout to get 20% off!

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Browse books by subjects/disciplines within Arts Therapy

Learn more about our diverse book series and collections of our best books

New textbooks in established subject areas for students at all stages of their degree

Course Guides

The courses below offer a listing of the most current textbooks from Routledge Arts Therapy. You can also continue browsing our complete catalog of textbook options. If you'd like to consult with one of our representatives, browse our contact listings.

Browse and download our Catalogs, brochures and leaflets

  1. Arts Therapies

    New, Upcoming and Key Titles 2013-2014

    Online Catalog

  2. School-Based Mental Health

    Forthcoming, New and Bestselling Titles

    Online Catalog

Conferences, exhibits and events we will be attending in the near future

March 2014

Mar 21 ~ Psychotherapy Networker Symposium 2014

Arts Therapy Societies

  • The UK Society for Play and Creative Arts Therapies

    The UK Society for Play and Creative Arts Therapies is a not for profit organisation dedicated to promoting the use of play and creative arts as ways of enabling children to reach their full potential.

  • Association for Dance Movement Therapy UK

    ADMTUK aims to develop communication amongst dance movement therapists and promote its use throughout the United Kingdom in accordance with the highest professional standards. The Association works with the other art therapy professions in the UK (music, drama, art) and is active in the continuing development of a European Dance Movement Therapy network and supports international sharing.

  • The Association of Professional Music Therapists (APMT)

    The Association of Professional Music Therapists was formed in 1976 and supports the development of the profession as well as acting as a central point of contact for music therapists providing information regarding music therapy, practice, training and events. The APMT works closely with the charity The British Society for Music Therapy and further information relating to the work of the BSMT will be added to this site soon.

  • British Association of Art Therapists

    The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT) is the professional organisation for art therapists in the United Kingdom and has its own Code of Ethics of Professional Practice.

  • The British Association of Dramatherapists

    The British Association of Dramatherapists is the professional organisation for Dramatherapists in the United Kingdom.

  • British Society for Music Therapy

    The British Society for Music Therapy was founded in 1958 by Juliette Alvin and her colleagues under the name of 'Society for Music Therapy and Remedial Music' with the object of promoting the use and development of music therapy.

  • British Association of Play Therapists

    The Association of Play Therapists was founded in 1992 by a group of now respected practitioners who introduced and pioneered Play Therapy within Britain. As the first and foremost professional association for Play Therapy in the United Kingdom, ‘British’ was added to its name in 1996 to avoid confusion with its American counterpart.

  • The Israeli Association of Creative and Expressive Therapies

    The Israeli Creative and Expressive Arts Therapies Association was founded in 1971, and was registered as a non-profit organization. It functions as a voluntary organization with no governmental or public support since its inception.

Please note: We are not responsible or liable for any content, advertising, products or other materials on or available from these sites.

Arts Therapy Blogs

  • Arts in Health & Care is a collection of art therapy, arts in therapy, creative arts and expressive therapies information site.
  • ToolBoxCounselling is a blog by Lynda Howells, an experienced Counsellor and Coach who uses conventional "talking" methods plus Art, Sand and Play Therapy.
  • Livedbody-Embodiedlife is a blog by Marina, a Dance Movement Psychotherapist (RDMP PGDip), a Dance Practitioner (BA Hons) and Ballet Teacher (RAD RTS).
  • Les Arts Santé is a blog (written in both English and French) by the Arts Therapist at the Douglas Institute, a psychiatric teaching hospital in Quebec, Canada.
  • Art Therapy explores the arts as a catalyst for healing and therapy. It is also designed to showcase art, artists, and anything creative – hopefully inspiring others to explore and create for themselves.

If you blog regularly about Arts Therapy then please let us know.

Please note: We are not responsible or liable for any content, advertising, products or other materials on or available from these sites.


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