“‘ I could draw it,’ a dreamer often says to us, ‘but I don’t know how to say it.’” So said Sigmund Freud (1963, p. 90). Considering that Freud regarded dreams to be “the royal road to the unconscious,” it is surprising that he did not ask his patients to do so.
The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science ( Credo Reference data base)
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Take a moment to think about your topic.
Define your topic by asking yourself a set of questions. Turn your topic into a research question (a thesis topic).
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The following journals are available:
American Journal of Art Therapy (1990-2002)
American Journal of Dance Therapy
Art Psychotherapy ( 1973-1979)
Art Therapy Online
Arts in Psychotherapy ( 1980-1994)
Body, Movement &Dance Psychotherapy
Bulletin of Art Therapy (1961-1969)
Inscape: The Journal of British Association of Art Therapists (1997-2004)
International Journal of Art Therapy
International Journal of Education & the Arts
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Journal of Dance Education
Journal of Marriage and the Family
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity & the Arts
Research in Dance Education