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Commonalities among the creative arts therapies as a basis for research collaboration

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Poetry therapy is similar to the other creative arts therapies not only in its use of creative processes and products, but also in its intrinsic positiveness, gentle indirectness, and breadth of appeal and application. These commonalities suggest that collaborative research efforts among poetry therapists and other creative arts therapists can lead to new understandings of the processes and effects of creative arts therapies.

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Rossiter, C. Commonalities among the creative arts therapies as a basis for research collaboration. J Poetry Ther 5, 227–235 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01072782

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  • Research Effort
  • Collaborative Research
  • Creative Process
  • Research Collaboration
  • Collaborative Research Effort