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The Creative Connection: Expressive Arts as Healing
Dr. Natalie Rogers has developed a process called the Creative Connection RM that interweaves all the expressive arts -- movement, sound, drawing, painting, writing, and guided imagery -- to tap into the deep wellspring of creativity within each of us. The aim is to reclaim ourselves and then help others reclaim themselves as actively playful, spirited, and conscious indiv ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published December 1st 1993 by Science and Behavior Books
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Loving this book. Loving it! Written by Natalie Rogers (Carl Rogers' daughter) it's all about person-centered expressive arts. My dissertation is all about his subject and I'm actually working with Natalie on it. :-) The book flows well and has lots of great ideas for self-growth work, as well as work to do with clients.
What a beautiful and inspiring voice Natalie Rogers had. Manages to explain how and why to do expressive arts therapy, which is such an active and embodied pursuit, in words. Only complaint is a sense of repetitiveness in rhetoric as the chapters progress.