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Portfolio uses (part 2)

In a past posting I introduced the notion of portfolios in art therapy. In part two I talk in more depth of how they are used. Initial uses: Beginning All client/patient/artist are presented with a means of collecting and preserving their artwork during their time in therapy. This is a concrete while at the same time symbolic means of saying [...]

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the land of art therapy-an imperfect metaphor

I realise that what I do as a profession can be really confusing. To help the sense making process I weighed a number of ways I could communicate how my profession feels from the inside. I decided on using a human geography metaphor to situate my storytelling.  I hope you find this story enlightening.  I want you to [...]

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