Touching Clay, Touching What?: The Use of Clay in Therapy
A Practical Guide to Clay Therapy
Author: Lynne Souter-Anderson
This book is about inclusiveness; promoting the use of clay; it encourages practitioners not necessarily trained in the creative and expressive arts to feel more confident in using clay as a medium in therapeutic sessions. Play therapists and those in training will find this book to be of particular use when working with children and adolescents.
The book is intended for all professionals working therapeutically with young children/adolescents; also with adults and couples; occupational therapists; those with diverse and disabled client bases; play therapists and trainees; creative arts workers; art therapists, counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, supervisors, trainers.
- Pages: 208 with numerous colour illustrations
- Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 15 mm portrait
- Weight: 0.620 kg