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Art Therapy   Tags: alternative therapies, art, art therapy, psychology, therapy  

This is a research guide for a multidisciplinary approach to art and art therapy.
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2017 URL: http://libguides.cedarcrest.edu/arttherapy Print Guide

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Continue your search; go to the Cressman Library's WorldCat Local or go to FirstSearch (Base) and choose WorldCat.

In WorldCat Local type in the keyword "art therapy" and on the left-hand side select "video."

 

Images

  • CAMIO  
      
    OCLC's Catalog of Art Museum Images Online — is a growing online collection documenting works of art from around the world, representing the collections of prominent museums. CAMIO highlights the creative output of cultures around the world, from prehistoric to contemporary times, and covering the complete range of expressive forms.

    "CAMIO is licensed for use by students, faculty, and researchers at subscribing institutions. Works of art may be used for educational and research purposes during the term of the subscription, if they are properly credited. Images may not be published or otherwise distributed."
 

Art Therapy: Media Resources for Art Therapy

ArtMind : the Healing Power of Sacred Art with Alex Grey
Call Number: DVD 616.89165 A791T
Publication Date: 2004

Between Madness and Art : the Prinzhorn Collection
Call Number: DVD 616.89165 B565M
Publication Date: 2007

Crazy Art
Call Number: DVD 616.8916 C911a
Publication Date: 2011

The Scream Inside: Emergence Through Group Therapy
Call Number: MP S433I
Publication Date: 196?

YouTube

YouTube is a good place to look for visual lessons and online sessions. Keywords such as "art therapy" followed by focused keywords such as "grief", "children", "adults" or "psychotherapy" will yield video clips, examples and explanations that show art therapy sessions in a variety of settings. 

Evaluate sites the way you would evaluate a book or other resource.  Who sponsors it?  When was it last updated?  Who videotaped it? Who links to it? 

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