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  •          Schizophrénie, violence et art-thérapie : à propos d'un cas

Revue psychiatrie et violence, Volume 13, numéro 1
Suzanne Cloutier et Frédéric Millaud
DOI : 10.7202/1036449ar

Cet article tente de montrer la pertinence de l’art-thérapie avec des patients schizophrènes réfractaires ayant posé des gestes violents. Les auteurs, qui travaillent dans un hôpital médico-légal au Québec, présentent une brève revue de littérature et illustrent leurs propos à l’aide d’une vignette clinique. Le cadre conceptuel de l’intervention est présenté et une analyse clinique est faite.

·         4 Effets positifs du coloriage

Revue Coup de pouce

Stéphanie Perron

4 avril 2016

Entrevue avec Pierre Plante afin de spécifier les bienfaits et les limites du coloriage chez les adultes.

·         Le pouvoir du chevaletL’art-thérapie, une ressource négligée en santé mentale

Le Devoir

Karl Rettino-Parazelli

24 novembre 2015

·         L’art fait du bien – documentaire vidéo


Disponible jusqu’au 1 septembre 2019

·         L'art-thérapie est-elle efficace ?


Émission du 21 mars 2013

  • Art-thérapie : la créativité au service des élèves perturbés

Le Figaro

Julie Carballo

22 janvier 2015érapie



Art Therapy in the News

English Canadian Newspapers
  • The Arts of Friendship
    Donna Boen
    Miamian Magazine, Miami University's alumni magazine: Colorful Friendships
    Autumn 2012
    1415 words
  • Difference Maker : Lynn Zwerling's knitting group for male prisoners opens up their world
    Mary Wittenburg
    Daily Good: News that Inspires, The Christian Science Monitor
    September 21, 2012
    1512 words
  • Dementia comes quietly and its clues are too often missed
    Andrea Grimaud
    The Montreal Gazette
    October 5 2012
    1294 mots
  • Art therapy eases road to recovery: JIWON PARK : A vicious attack in Stanley Park four years ago left her in a coma
    Byline: Andy Ivens
    The Province
    Jun 4, 2006 - 742 words
  • Art therapy; Disabled people share experiences through art
    Byline: By JOE FAHY
    Scripps Howard News Service
    Apr 15, 2006 - 853 words
  • Finding therapy in art: Series of expressive arts workshops aimed at women who are thriving in face of breast cancer
    Byline: Monique Beech
    The Standard
    Mar 20, 2006 - 425 words
  • Art therapy cuts cancer patients' pain: researcher: Creative process also eases fatigue, depression
    Byline: Sheryl Ubelacker
    The Canadian Press
    Jan 3, 2006 - 602 words
  • Sights and sounds of a lifetime: Music and art therapy help to improve lives
    Byline: Jacqueline Louie
    Calgary Herald
    Jan 5, 2006 - 836 words
  • Stroke gave Anna a new world of art: Brain injury patients now have place to display work
    Byline: David Howell
    The Edmonton Journal
    Mar 31, 2005 - 471 words
  • Nursing home residents hone their artistic talents: Bright colours mean happiness, interaction
    Byline: Meagan Fitzpatrick
    The Ottawa Citizen
    Oct 16, 2004 - 364 words
  • If the walls could talk: Clinical counsellor uses art therapy to help clients reach their emotional goals
    Byline: Katherine Dedyna
    Times Colonist (Victoria)
    Sep 12, 2004 - 633 words
  • Marginalized women grow through art: Herstreet gives art-therapy classes;
    Titles of works at exhibition reveal their creators' difficult pasts
    Byline: Debbie Parkes
    The Montreal Gazette
    Jun 17, 2004 - 361 words
  • Art therapy: Mental illness drew them together and a love of art is what keeps a studio together
    Byline: Cheryl Clock
    The Standard (St. Catharines)
    Jun 14, 2004 - 1148 words


  • The healing power of art therapy: Creative Minds project helps young people with memory loss
    Byline: Ai Lin Choo
    Vancouver Sun
    Page: B4, Edition: Final
    Dec 18, 2003 - 857 words
  • Healing art behind therapy: Introducing seniors to art makes a big difference
    Byline: Greg Williams
    Calgary Herald
    Page: N8, Edition: Final
    Sep 4, 2003 - 703 words
  • Artistic expression the perfect therapy
    Byline: Sherri Zickefoose
    Calgary Herald
    Page: S1 / FRONT, Edition: Final
    Nov 21, 2002 - 677 words
  • Painful memories put to paper: Local teen centre offers art therapy
    Byline: Craig Pearson
    Windsor Star
    Page: B3, Edition: Final
    Nov 9, 2001 - 826 words
  • SELF-HEALING POWER: It's more than art, it's therapy:Cancer patients take to class in profound way
    Byline: Leslie MacDonald
    Windsor Star
    Page: C3, Edition: Final
    Sep 12, 2002 - 548 words


  • Healing Through ART: Feelings can't always be fully expressed through words alone
    Byline: Gilbert A. Bouchard
    Edmonton Journal
    Page: E14, Edition: Final
    Apr 27, 2001 - 643 words
  • Proof that art soothes a troubled soul
    Byline: KATE SWOGER
    Montreal Gazette
    Page: A7, Edition: Final
    Oct 20, 2000 - 496 words
  • Art helps youngsters express their feelings
    Byline: Jean Edwards Stacey
    Windsor Star
    Page: B6, Edition: Final
    Jun 15, 2000 - 656 words
  • Art therapy paves the road to survival
    Byline: Diane Dakers
    Times Colonist (Victoria)
    Page: C16, Edition: Final
    Apr 4, 2000 - 424 words
  • Trucker turns to art as therapy and finds recognition
    Byline: Patrycja Romanowska
    Edmonton Journal
    Page: B4, Edition: Final
    Oct 14, 2000 - 584 words
  • Recovering their lives: Art therapy helps stroke and brain-injury patients get back to normal
    Byline: Dave Finlayson
    The Standard (St. Catharines)
    Page: E7, Edition: Final
    Feb 19, 2000 - 696 words
  • A brush with healing: Art therapy puts ailing seniors on road to recovery
    Byline: Dave Finlayson
    Times Colonist (Victoria)
    Page: D1 / FRONT, Edition: Final
    Feb 15, 2000 - 696 words


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