current edition – abstracts

Volume 13, Numbers 1&2, 2018

Contents

1. Forward looking and not back – ‘into the unknown’: Welcome to the thirteenth and last edition of ANZJAT in the current format – The ANZACATA Board
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2. Editorial: ‘Communitas’ – Sheridan Linnell and Vic Šegedin
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3. ANZJAT’s Editorial team
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4. Contributors to this edition of ANZJAT
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5. Reflections on ‘The art of critical conversations’: A patchwork of responses in images and text – Catherine Camden Pratt, with Anonymous, Kerryn Coombs-Valeontis, Di McClaughlin, Joy Paton, Asha Zappa and various artists
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6. Clown workshop: Playful self-discovery – Liz Dowling
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7. Blue flame: Rediscovering the transformative power of making art – Sally Swain
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8. Reminiscing on building communities through creative deeds – Sheila Lorenzo de la Peña
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9. Kites and shaking hearts in the rubble – Deborah Green and Bettina Evans
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10. Community, compassion and integrity: Consideration to ethics within art(s) therapy community projects – Ronald P.M.H. Lay
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11. Life after sex trafficking in Nepal: An art therapy and reproductive health therapeutic program with women who have experienced sex trafficking, exploitation and abuse – Atira L. Tan
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12. Visual whakapapa: An arts therapy experiential – Nikki O’Connor
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13. Art therapy and psychoeducation workshop: A practice-based presentation – Lynette Callaghan
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14. Drawing on hope: A virtual reality project workshop – Kathrin Marks and Stefan Marks
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15. Creating person-centred outcome measures – Caroline Miller
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16. Quality of Life improvement through dramatherapy with people with dementia: A developmental approach – 
Joanna Jaaniste
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17. A multi-modal approach to overcoming childhood trauma, using cognitive behavioural therapy and art therapy – 
Vera Keatley
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18. What a wonderful gathering – Michelle Long
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19. body rainbow – Kerryn Coombs-Valeontis
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20. The Glove and the Jelly Fish – Colin Read
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21. And sometimes we levitate into this ridiculous cosmic entity – Istvan Csata interviews Sacha Armel and Stefan Neville at Mapura Studios
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22. ‘The art therapist is present’: Embedding arts therapy practice and education in the praxis of contemporary art – 
Joy Paton and Sheridan Linnell, with Yi Cao, Elise Fenn, Carrie Fraser, Georgia Freebody, Robert Hulland, Laura Kent, Nadia Ye-Rang Lee, Patricia Lim, Phillipa Montier, Nicola Slack, Rosemary Tennent
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23. The arts of making sens/e – Deborah Green, with Naomi Pears-Scown, Mary Weir, Istvan Csata, Rosa Heney, Mary McGeever, Rei Lambert, Kathrin Marks, Ingrid Wang
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24. Emergence, resonant felt sensing and the arts: With/in relational spaces of us – Stacey Bush
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25. ‘From dusk till dawn’: Finding healing through creative expressions – Kim Hau Pang
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26. Book review: Creative therapies for complex trauma: Helping children and families in foster care, kinship care or adoption, Edited by Anthea Hendry and Joy Hasler – Reviewed by Kate Richards
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27. Book review: New developments in expressive arts therapy: The play of poiesis, Edited by Ellen G. Levine and Stephen K. Levine – Reviewed by Deborah Green
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