Bridging memories and transformative narratives: A visual and written response to Art-making with refugees and survivors by Sally Adnams Jones

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Haley Rebecca May Toll

Abstract

Book Response: Art-making with refugees and survivors: Creative and transformative responses to trauma after natural disasters, war, and other crises, edited by Sally Adnams Jones. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018, 336 pp., ISBN: 1785922386


Keywords: Community Arts; Refugees and Survivors; International Arts; Expressive and Creative Arts Therapies; Art Education; Transformative. 



 


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Book Reviews
Author Biography

Haley Rebecca May Toll, Memorial University

Haley Toll, MA, CCC, RCAT, RP (inative) is Phd student in Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Haley is the Lead Editor of the Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal. She is a Registered Art Therapist, Certified Canadian Counselor and Registered Psychotherapist (inactive) who has worked with diverse clients across Canada (Alberta, British Columbia, Montreal) and internationally in Botswana, Thailand and Mongolia. Her most recent work has been as a Policy Advisor in Mongolia and an instructor at the Canadian International Institute of Art Therapy. Haley completed her MA in Creative Arts Therapies at Concordia University.

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