Professor Ross W. Prior, Principal Editor, Journal of Applied Arts & Health
An erudite exploration of eco-humanity and feeling through art, in being more completely with the world as well as of the world. This book takes a fresh ecological perspective and offers hopeful insights to all those with an interest in the powerful role of art, no matter what the form or function, in helping to develop the emerging area of ecopoiesis.
Catherine Hyland Moon, Professor Emeritus, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
This is a brave book! This is an urgent book! Expanding far beyond conventional therapies, the book engages with complex social, economic, and political issues related to climate crisis. It positions expressive arts therapists as uniquely situated to address the interrelationship between care for the self and care for the environment, tying well-being to decolonization of the planet.