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Author Winkel, Michelle.

Title Graphic Facilitation and Art Therapy : Imagery and Metaphor in Organizational Development
Published Springfield : Charles C Thomas, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (187 pages)
Contents GRAPHIC FACILITATION AND ART THERAPY; CONTENTS; FIGURES; Chapter I INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND; Chapter II WHAT IS GRAPHIC FACILITATION AND WHY DOES IT WORK?; Chapter III CASE STUDY NO. 1. THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM; Chapter IV CASE STUDY NO. 2. THE DILEMMA OF OUTSOURCING; Chapter V CASE STUDY NO. 3. HOW CAN WE KEEP OUR KIDS FROM KILLING EACH OTHER?; Chapter VI CASE STUDY NO. 4. TOWARD INCLUSIVE GOVERNANCE: GRAPHIC FACILITATION AS A TEACHING TOOL; Chapter VII CASE STUDY NO. 5. BORDERS AND TIMELINES:DEALING WITH CONFLICT; Chapter VIII OTHER VOICES, LITERATURE:THEORY AND PRACTICE
Chapter IX TRAINING FOR GRAPHIC FACILITATORSChapter X CONCLUSIONS; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C; REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY; ABOUT THE CD-ROM; CD IMAGES
Summary Graphic Facilitation is an innovative and wholly new application of art therapy theory and techniques to groups and organizations. Graphic Facilitation is a process in which a trained consultant, through color, symbols, and metaphors in murals, interprets and documents something as short as a keynote address or as long as an entire conference. The text provides a new and exciting avenue for art therapists and for organizational development consultants. The authors provide a detailed explanation of Graphic Facilitation--what it is, how and why it works, ideas about how to become a trained Graphi
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 149-153)
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Subject Art therapy.
Form Electronic book
Author Junge, Maxine Borowsky.
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0398087393 (electronic bk.)
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