Theoretical Advances of Art Therapy

An overview of speakers and papers
at TAoAT 2002

Long Papers

No. of paper

Title of Paper

Speaker

L1

Surviving closeness: narcissism and shame in Art Therapy with severely damaged clients

Val Huet and Neil Springham

L2

Making Art Therapy Visible

Chris Wood

L3

A Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) of Group Based Brief Art Therapy

Kevin Jones

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L4

Art, Dreams and Active Imagination

Joy Schaverien

L5

“'Why should he listen to my voice?” An illustrated account of some of the difficulties in establishing and maintaining a therapeutic alliance

Deena Northover

L6

“A flicker and then a breeze”. Images and narratives, attachment and mortality

Malcolm Learmonth

Short Papers

No. of paper

Title of Paper

Speaker

S1

Violent imagery and agency

Lynn Aulich

S2

Solutions in Art Therapy: towards a visual outcome measure

Nadija Corcos

S3

Thinking about cutting up, cutting out and sticking down

Caroline Case

S4

Experiences of time in Art Therapy

Patrick Loftus

S5

Joseph Beuys and Art Therapy

Tony Gammidge

S6

Art Therapy and materiality - art and the flesh of the world

Sally Scaife

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S7

Developing a Psycheducational and Art Therapy programme for women who self harm

Camilla Faith Hall

S8

The interpretation of children’s art work in the paediatric disability setting

Robin Tipple

S9

Homework works - achieving autonomy and recovering self-respect. Art Therapy in an assertive outreach team.

Karen Huckvale

S10

Relational abuse, neurological damage and ‘mess’ in the Art Room

Frances O’Brien

S11

Between art and therapy: using pictures from the world of art as an imaginal focus

David Maclagan

S12

Art Therapy and the concept of internal cohabitation

Tim Wright