Turnbull, Jane and O'May, Fiona (2002) GPs' and clients' views of art therapy in an Edinburgh practice. Inscape, 7 (1). pp. 26-29. ISSN 0264-7141
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Art therapy, as a relative newcomer to the family of therapies, has not yet produced a large body of academic literature, particularly in the important areas of evaluation and outcome studies. A previous evaluation of art therapy in primary care carried out by Sowton (1997) included evaluation of patient / professional acceptability, and compliance. However, there was a high drop-out rate and effectiveness of therapy could not be gauged; reasons for referral varied widely, e.g. personality disorders, suicidal tendencies and alcohol abuse, as well as anxiety and depression. For those who stayed in therapy, acceptability was high.
|Divisions:||School of Arts, Social Sciences and Management > Psychology and Sociology|
|Date Deposited:||13 Apr 2009 15:00|
|Last Modified:||19 Mar 2014 12:55|
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