This viewpoint offers an additional perspective on the study of creative processes in art therapy by emphasizing the importance of examining client and therapist reactions to art therapy sessions. In particular the use of self-report questionnaires as a tool for such examination is suggested. Despite their limitations, self-report questionnaires document client perceptions of direct experiences that can shed light on important questions and confirm or disconfirm theoretical aspects that are assumed to be effective in art therapy.
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ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Complementary and Manual Therapy
- Clinical Psychology