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Polarities and Dualities: East West Perspectives in Art Therapy with a Refugee Woman from Central Africa


DOI https://doi.org/10.15534/CAET/2017/17/5

Debra Kalmanowitz

This article explores the dynamic interaction between Western and Eastern ideas in art therapy with Laura, a refugee woman from Central Africa. It focuses on some ideas of Qi, health and well-being; of mindfulness, energy and somatic psychology, psychobiology and trauma as it is understood in art therapy with Laura.

这篇文章将探索在与中非女性难民劳拉的艺术治疗中东西方观点的活跃互动。文章涉及 的议题包括“气”、保健与健康、正念、能量和躯体心理学、心理生物学和创伤以及怎样 在劳拉的艺术治疗中去理解这些议题。

Debra Kalmanowitz

1 Academic College of Society and the Arts (ASA), Israel

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