Hall, Painting Together. An Art Therapy Approach to Mother -Infant Relationships. O'Brien, Attachment Patterns Through the Generations: Internal and External Homes. Boronska, 'I'm the King of the Castle'. The Sibling Bond: Art Therapy Groups with Siblings in Care. Dalley, The Use of Clay as a Medium for Working through Loss and Separation in the Case of Two Latency Boys. Reddick, Working with the Whole Class in Primary Schools. Case, Playing Ball - Oscillations Within the Potential Space. Patterson, From Beanie to Boy. Damarell, Paisley, Growing Up Can Be So Hard To Do: The Role of Art Therapy During Crucial Life Transitions and Change in the Lives of Children with Learning Disabilities. Retford-Muir, Gender Disorder in the Treatment of a Young Person in Care. Tipple, Paranoia and Paracosms - Brief Art Therapy with a Youngster with Asperger's Syndrome. Welsby, Seen and Unseen: Art Therapy in a Girls' Comprehensive School. Dalley, I wonder if I Exist?: A Multi-family Approach to the Treatment of Anorexia in Adolescence. Meyerowitz-Katz, 'Other People Have a Secret That I Do Not Know' Art Psychotherapy in Private Practice with an Adolescent Girl with Asperger's Syndrome.
Caroline Case is an Analytical Art Therapist working in private practice with children and adults. She is also a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist working in a child and family mental health service in the NHS in Bristol. Tessa Dalley is an experienced Art Therapist and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, working in an adolescent unit and the Anna Freud Centre, London. Previous joint publications: Working with Children in Art Therapy (Routledge 1990) and the Handbook of Art Therapy, 2nd edition (Routledge 2006)
This fascinating book brings art therapy with children bang up to date. Leading practitioners show how the discipline and its practices have developed and moved into all sectors of health, social and educational provision, and describe innovative practice across the developmental range of childhood and adolescence. The editors and their contributors make important contributions to theory that come alive through moving and thoughtful casework. Together they make a significant contribution to the evidence base of art therapy with children and adolescence. -- Andrea Gilroy, Reader in Art Psychotherapy, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK