Discusses the relationship between the European-based Society for the Study of the Psychopathology of Expression emerging largely from French psychiatry in the 1950s and the discipline and profession of art therapy in which the UK has led in achieving statutory regulation. Explores the often uneasy relationships that developed as a result of the influence of anti-psychiatry on many of the UK pioneers of art therapy.
|Title of host publication||From yesterday to now|
|Editors||S. Court, M. Laharie, G. Roux, J.-L. Sudres|
|Place of Publication||Toulouse France|
|Publisher||International Society for the Psychopathology of Expression and Art Therapy|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2011|
Waller, D. (2011). Art therapy and the psychopathology of expression: an uneasy alliance? A perspective from the UK. In S. Court, M. Laharie, G. Roux, & J-L. Sudres (Eds.), From yesterday to now (pp. 137-153). International Society for the Psychopathology of Expression and Art Therapy.