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Author Kitazawa, Megu

Title Asian Art Therapists Navigating Art, Diversity, and Culture
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2020


Description 1 online resource (173 p.)
Contents Cover -- Endorsements -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of figures -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Introduction: Unsettling Matter of Race and Ethnicity -- 1. History Matters: Stories about Identity, Culture, and Art Therapy -- 2. The Portrait of a Color-Blind Art Therapist: A Japanese Art Therapist Working with Minority Clients in NYC -- 3. Returning to the Sacred Circle, Immigrant and Indigenous Allies: A Heuristic Perspective -- 4. My Optional Practical Training Experience: My Perspective as a Japanese Art Therapy Student
5. An Art Therapist's Perspective on Cultural Humility in Diverse Setting: A Personal Journey from India to the United States of America -- 6. Between Melting Pots: A Filipino American Art Therapist and the Bean Project -- 7. Unrealistic Expectations and Harsh Realities: Navigating Career Development as an Asian Art Therapist -- 8. Find Lost Name: Self-Reflection on the Journey of Being an Art Therapist -- 9. Interweaving Art, Therapy, and Cultural Diversity -- 10. Intracultural Practice for Asian Art Therapists: "Are You One of Us, or Are You One of Them?"
11. Possible Use of Art-Based Supervision in Japan -- Conclusion: A Need for Cognitive Diversity in Multicultural Training -- Index
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Subject Art therapy -- Cross-cultural studies
Arts -- Therapeutic use -- Cross-cultural studies
Psychotherapists -- Attitudes
Asian Americans -- Psychology
Art therapy.
Arts -- Therapeutic use.
Asian Americans -- Psychology.
Psychotherapists -- Attitudes.
Genre/Form Cross-cultural studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 100026212X