art as therapy

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  • In this film, Mickie McGraw, a pioneer in the field of art therapy with physically disabled adults, provides an art therapy session for Marc, a young adult, severely injured in an auto accident as a child. A similar therapeutic alliance is seen in the second film which features Ashok Shah, an art therapist working in India, in a session with Puja, who has a neurological disease impacting on her speech and ability to control her movement.

    Art Therapy for Two Individuals with Physical Disabilities

  • Two films and one interview with Edith Kramer (1994, 1999, 2005) document her life and work as a pioneer in the field of art therapy.

    Edith Kramer: Art Therapy’s Muse Part I

  • Two medical art therapy case studies showing how art therapy at a patient’s bedside can be beneficial. One patient is a heart transplant patient and the other a quadriplegic patient both who benefited by art therapy.

    Medical Art Therapy: Two Case Studies

  • Two noted pioneers in art therapy, Dr. Judith Rubin and Edith Kramer, provide an art therapy session for the same child, a 10-year-old girl in the outpatient clinic of Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

    Same Child Seen by Two Art Therapists: Kramer & Rubin