Art as an Adjunct Therapy in Drug Treatment: Self-Actualization Through Non-Verbal Communication
To begin, I would like to describe a scene which stands as an extended metaphor for the substance of this paper: art therapy, at its best, is, for the client, a non-verbal work in progress, not a completed work or a product.
KeywordsAdjunct Therapy Therapeutic Community Extended Metaphor Artistic Ability Chronic Drug Abuse
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