Inhabited studio: Art therapy and mindfulness, resilience, adversity and refugees
12 December 2018
This article written by Debra Kalmanowitz, is one of the most cited articles ever published in International Journal of Art Therapy: Inscape...
This article looks at two refugee women from different countries who took part in the Inhabited Studio, an art therapy and mindfulness studio which follows an imaginative studio approach.
Through these women the article highlights the use of mindfulness and art therapy practice in the context of political violence, trauma and resilience.
The themes of safety, imagination, art therapy and mindfulness are explored and the distinctive role these can play in work with political violence.
By incorporating both art therapy and mindfulness into one model, the Studio was able to adapt to different people, beliefs, copings skills and traumatic experiences.
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