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Author Jones, Sally Adnams, author

Title Art-making with refugees and survivors : creative and transformative responses to trauma after natural disasters, war and other crises / Sally Adnams Jones, PhD
Published London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (330 pages)
Contents Intro; Art-Making with Refugees and Survivors -- Creative and Transformative Responses to Trauma After Natural Disasters, War and Other Crises, by Sally Adnams-Jones, PhD; 1. Introduction; 2. Mapping Personal and Socio-Political Trauma, Including Current Global Migration Patterns; 3. How Creativity and the Expressive Arts Transform Individual Trauma; 4. How Creativity and the Expressive Arts Transform Social Trauma; 5. Stories from Philadelphia, Kenya and Rwanda, with Survivors of Poverty, Inner City Violence and Genocide -- Lily Yeh and the Barefoot Artists organization
6. Stories from South Africa, with Survivors of Poverty, Patriarchy and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic -- Dr. Carol Hofmeyr and the Keiskamma Trust Art Project7. Stories from Palestine, Israel, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, India, France and Greece, with Survivors of Poverty and Ideological Violence, and those Living in Refugee Camps -- Max Levi Frieder and the Artolution Project; 8. Stories from Canada and Sri Lanka, with Survivors of Ethnic Conflict, Religious Intolerance, Tsunami and the Effects of Globalization -- Paul Hogan and the Butterfly Peace Garden
9. Stories from Canada, with Survivors of Cultural Genocide, Neo-Colonial Racism and Inter-Generational Trauma -- Dr. Sally Adnams Jones, TransformArta, Expressive Arts Therapy10. Conclusions about Healing Trauma and Learning to Transform through Creativity; Contributors; References; Subject Index; Author Index; Blank Page
Summary This timely book reveals the therapeutic effect group art projects can have when working with survivors and refugees of war, natural disaster, poverty, pandemic and genocide. Artists and therapists who have worked with trauma internationally explain the theory and practice of their approaches and provide inspiration for others working in this area
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Art therapy.
Psychic trauma -- Treatment.
Form Electronic book
Author Freider, Max Levi
Hofmeyr, Carol
Hogan, Paul.
Yeh, Lily.
ISBN 1784505188 (electronic bk.)
9781784505189 (electronic bk.)