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Professor Arnell Etherington
Dr Robin Tipple


In this issue we are able to publish five research papers. I am happy to report that we can continue with explorations present in our last publication. We are able to show how research, which here, includes the experimental and case study research, that attends to the image, the objects present in art therapy, the non-verbal communication and the thinking that the processes of making facilitates in the setting, can move our understanding forward in fruitful and stimulating ways.  The final research paper explores the image of art therapy itself and makes use of the internet and social media sites. 

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