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Alexis Revet; Johannes Hebebrand; Dimitris Anagnostopoulo (et al.)
Creativity has been found to be one of the key therapeutic elements in arts therapies. Arts therapies are psychotherapeutic approaches that aim to facilitate psychological change and personal growth through arts media, such as music, drama, dance, movement and virtual arts. This article presents the findings from children's experiences of participating in arts therapies, particularly those related to creativity. This study followed a pilot randomised controlled design with embedded qualitative and arts-based methods. Sixty-two children with mild emotional and behavioural difficulties were recruited across four primary schools in North West England.
Flore Moulin; Tarik El‑Aarbaoui; Joel José Herranz Bustamante (et al.)
Hubert János Kiss; Tamás Keller
Raella Kahuroa; Linda Mitchell; Olivia Ng (et al.)
Mansi Dwivedi; Vaibhav Srivastava
Valentina Tobia; Simona Sacchi; Veronica Cerina
Steve Marshall; Andrew Rowland; Susan Higgins (et al.)
Samir Bandyopadhyay; Shawni Dutta
Ritwik GHOSH Ghosh; Mahua J. Dubey; Subhankar Chatterje (et al.)
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