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Year : 2005  |  Volume : 3  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 57-64

Structure in Word and Image: Combining narrative therapy and art therapy in groups of survivors of war

1 psychologist and psychotherapist. He is working as a psychotherapist and chief education and training at Centrum ‘45
2 therapist and is working as an art therapist at Centrum’45, where she is focusing on first generation war victims and refugees who have stayed for a longer time in the Netherlands. She also worked abroad for the organization ‘War Child’ (Sudan, Ingushetia) and is active in an organization that promotes the quality of life for refugees and asylum seekers in the Netherlands by means of art, drama, and music

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The authors describe a programme for victims of war structured around day care treatment that takes into account the need of patients for structure and at the same time makes it possible for them to re-experience the trauma. This programme consists of a combination of a storytelling group and art therapy.

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