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Expressive Arts Therapies during and in the Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD, MA, ATR-BC, Professor
Couples Family Therapy Program, California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, USA
Research interests: art therapy and relational neuroscience, compassionate mindfulness-based art therapy, trauma informed psychotherapy, chronic pain, obesity prevention, single session arts therapies, positive psychology, online arts therapy, quantitative and qualitative art therapy research methods
About This Topic
The purpose of this special issues is to showcase the courage and ingenuity of expressive arts therapists in adapting to constraints of the Covid 19 pandemic and e the diversity of people’s reactions to the pandemic. Submissions will demonstrate how compassionate-based arts therapy practices in online and face-to-face, clinical interventions, teaching, coaching, and program development formats, support recovery and prevention of the pandemic mental health effects. Case studies, clinical reports, autoethnographies, narratives, indigenous methods, thematic analysis, and curriculum descriptions are encouraged. This issue aims to publish work which is not often considered due to publication bias towards quantitative studies or traditional qualitative work. Expressive arts therapists and artists are encouraged to submit self of the therapists’ narratives and artwork. Therapists’ use of self is one of the most important therapeutic success factors. Submissions must demonstrate creativity and soundness by acknowledging personal and method-based preferences, clearly illustrating pathways that determined findings, and thick narration of artwork and artmaking. The purpose is to create an anthology that can further the expressive arts profession.
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