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Cláudio Alexandre S. Carvalho
Universidade do Porto
Portugal
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Núm. 19 (2021), Artículos, Páginas 195-217
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/dreh.vi19.20832
Recibido: Mar 17, 2021 Aceptado: Jun 23, 2021 Publicado: Jun 23, 2021
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À semelhança do que ocorreu no âmbito da educação artística, desde meados do século XX, os procesos de criação e experiência artística têm vindo a ser integrados na comunicação terapêutica. Neste artigo exploramos possibilidades constitutivas e regulatórias dos programas da arte-terapia, focando as suas origens históricas, bem como as suas dimensões relacionais, materiais e concetuais. Destacamos a arte-terapia que privilegia os recursos terapêuticos das artes visuais, mostrando como os seus programas de intervenção ativam princípios estabelecidos nas teorias psicanalítica, desenvolvimental e enativista. Como ilustração, centramo-nos na corrente do Continuum das Terapias Expressivas, a qual, em virtude das suas bases construtivistas, é reveladora da variedade e alcance transformador da arte-terapia.

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