This book offers an authoritative introductory account of recent developments in clinical neuroscience and its impact on art therapy theory and practice. It deciphers neuroscientific language and theory and contributes innovative concrete applications and interventions useful in art therapy.
Noah Hass-Cohen, PsyD, MA, ATR-BC, LMFT, is the founder and chair of the Art Therapy Program in the Master of Arts in Psychology Program at the Phillips Graduate Institute in Encino, CA, USA. She is a local and national presenter and writer on art therapy relational neuroscience approaches. Richard Carr, PsyD, MA is Adjunct Professor in the Art Therapy Department at Phillips Graduate Institute and an Associate Professor at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, CA, USA. He has published and presented widely on interpersonal neurobiology, and provided pastoral counseling as a non-denominational minister to individuals, couples, and families for over 30 years.