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The Path to Wholeness: Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy

The Path to Wholeness: Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy

by Natalie Rogers

Therapist Natalie Rogers shares an overview of this growing field of humanistic psychotherapy.
When art and psychotherapy are joined, the scope and depth of each can be expanded, and when working together, they are tied to the continuities of humanity's history of healing. —Shaun McNiff, The Arts and Psychotherapy
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Reprinted with permission from The Creative Connection: Expressive Arts as Heaing, by Natalie Rogers, published by Science and Behavior Books.
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Natalie Rogers

Natalie Rogers, PhD, REAT, is Distinguished Consulting Faculty at Saybrook Graduate School and has previously been on the faculties of the California Institute of Integral Studies and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. In 1984 she founded the Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy Institute and its parent organization, Resources for Creativity and Consciousness, where she participated as teacher, trainer, workshop facilitator, consultant, and board member until its closing in 2005.

Dr. Rogers is a psychotherapist whose practices in California, Hawaii and Massachusetts have combined expressive arts with person-centered therapy with children, adults, families and groups. She is the daughter of Dr. Carl Rogers and has written two books: The Creative Connection: Expressive Arts As Healing and Emerging Woman: A Decade of Midlife Transitions. She has trained professional in expressive arts therapy around the world.

View Natalie's website at www.nrogers.com or contact her by email: nrogers@sonic.net.

This is extremely interesting and informative. Thankyou
Margo
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Learning objectives:

• Understand the meaning of the term expressive arts therapy.
• Consider possibilities for personal growth through creative expression.
• Increase awareness of the differences between using art expressively and diagnostically. 
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