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Esman, A.H. (1968). Dynamically Oriented Art Therapy. Its Principles and Practice: By Margaret Naumburg. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1966. 168 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 37:141.
   

(1968). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 37:141

Dynamically Oriented Art Therapy. Its Principles and Practice: By Margaret Naumburg. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1966. 168 pp.

Review by:
Aaron H. Esman

This volume is intended as an introduction to the author's technique of art therapy, developed over a period of twenty-six years. It is informative and not without interest, but it is marred by her polemical tone and her rather shallow understanding of freudian psychoanalysis. There is also a good deal of complaining about her neglect by the freudians. Nonetheless, the author includes a serious and thoughtful discussion of the role of symbolism in art and mental life. Her notion that psychoanalysis ignores nonverbal communication is, of course, not true. Three cases, one treated in concert with an analyst, are discussed in some detail and with copious, though indifferently reproduced, illustrations.

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