The Creative Connection

The Creative Connection

Author: Natalie Rogers

Publisher: Science and Behavior Books

ISBN: PSU:000023141131

Category: Psychology

Page: 262

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The Creative Connection is a practical, spirited book, lavishly illustrated with colour plates of artwork and action photographs. First published in the USA in 1993 by Science and Behavior Books, we are proud to be publishing this ground-breaking book in the UK. It describes the Creative Connection® process developed by Natalie Rogers, which interweaves movement, sound, art, writing and guided imagery, tapping into the deep wellspring of creativity within each of us. Natalie says, 'Vital to the creative process is an environment of psychological safety and freedom'. This reflects her deep belief in the philosophy of her father, Carl Rogers, which emphasises empathy, openness, honesty and congruence.
The Creative Connection
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The Creative Connection is a practical, spirited book, lavishly illustrated with colour plates of artwork and action photographs. First published in the USA in 1993 by Science and Behavior Books, we are proud to be publishing this ground-breaking book in the UK. It describes the Creative Connection® process developed by
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