Freedom of research and artistic inquiry
Journal/Book: Arts in Psychotherapy. 1986; 13: 279-284.
Abstract: Discusses the significance of research and scholarship within the creative arts therapy profession. If creative arts therapy is to establish an influential research tradition, cooperation with other disciplines will be necessary together with scholarly efforts that emerge from the uniqueness of the discipline. Methodological perspectives suggested by J. Frank (1961), C. Rogers (1966), R. Carnap (1950), A. N. Whitehead (1933), M. Daly (1978), M. Foucault (1972), L. Schatzman and A. Strauss (1973), and others are considered.
Note: research & scholarship within creative arts therapy profession
Keyword(s): Art therapy; experimentation ; creativity