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FRONTLINE: secure attachment and traumatic life events.
[What can art contribute to medicine?].
We discuss whether there is a scientific basis for this use of art. We conclude that though it is true that on a number of points there does seem to be scientific evidence more research is necessary to really be able to speak of an important role for the use of art in medicine....
An integrated dementia intervention for Korean older adults.
Called dotage in Korea, dementia is primarily characterized by cognitive impairments. Secondary manifestations include mental-emotional problems, including depression. This study was designed to examine the effects of an integrated dementia intervention for Korean older adults. The intervention is c...
The creative arts therapies: making health care whole.
The creative arts therapies are six fields that combine artistic expression with psychotherapy to promote healing, wellness, and personal change. Although they are well-established fields, they are garnering renewed attention with the recent focus on health care and the arts. This article describes...
The effects of drawing on children's accounts of sexual abuse.
This study was designed to explore the effects of event drawing during investigative interviews on the richness of the accounts made by children. The sample included 125 children aged 4 to 14 years, alleged victims of sexual abuse. The children were first interviewed with open-ended...
Speech intelligibility in cerebral palsy children attending an art therapy program.
Art therapy improves the intelligibility of speech in children with cerebral palsy, even when language functions are not as such the object of therapeutic intervention....
Healthcare and the arts.
On the record: Looking at ordinary people's tales of living with their mental illness. Interview by Alita Howe.
[Learning to know, understand and value oneself].
Art therapy with cancer patients during chemotherapy sessions: an analysis of the patients' perception of helpfulness.
Out of the 54 patients, 3 found art therapy "not helpful" ("childish," "just a chat," "not interesting"). The other 51 patients described their art therapy experience as "helpful." From patients' statements, three main groups emerged: (1) art therapy was perceived as generally helpful (e.g., "relaxi...