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Connaissance de soi et bien-être au contact de la nature: une recherche basée sur les arts pour le développement d'une identité écologique en art-thérapie.

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Connaissance de soi et bien-être au contact de la nature: une recherche basée sur les arts pour le développement d'une identité écologique en art-thérapie.

Bussière, Cyndie (2020) Connaissance de soi et bien-être au contact de la nature: une recherche basée sur les arts pour le développement d'une identité écologique en art-thérapie. [Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)] (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Cette recherche basée sur les arts propose une réflexion sur la pratique de l’éco-art- thérapie et sur la relation entre l’humain et la nature, tout en reconnaissant la nature comme faisant partie intégrante de notre identité. Les bienfaits de la nature sont connus depuis longtemps. Alliée à l’art-thérapie, qui peut faciliter l’exploration de soi par l’expression et le processus créatif, cette recherche vise à explorer en quoi la création en milieu naturel peut permettre l’établissement d’une connexion intime avec notre propre nature intérieure et ainsi faciliter une meilleure connaissance de soi. Pour se faire, la chercheuse a vécu un processus d’immersion créative en nature reposant sur trois techniques artistiques, soit la photographie, le dessin d’observation et le land art. Les résultats de cette recherche ont été analysés et ont permis d’identifier six thèmes récurrents qui ont fait l’objet d’une exploration en profondeur. Outre les prises de conscience qui ont émergées, ces thèmes pourront aussi servir de base de réflexion au développement de futurs ateliers d’éco-art-thérapie. Les conclusions de cette recherche basée sur les arts semblent indiquer que l’éco-art-thérapie peut favoriser non seulement la connaissance de soi, mais aussi un bien-être physique et mental.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Fine Arts > Creative Arts Therapies
Item Type:Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)
Authors:Bussière, Cyndie
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M.A.
Program:Creative Arts Therapies (Art Therapy Option)
Date:25 January 2020
Keywords:éco-art-thérapie, écopsychologie, nature, land art, identité écologique, développement personnel, processus créatif, exploration basée sur les arts, identité professionnelle
ID Code:986534
Deposited By: Cyndie Bussière
Deposited On:26 Mar 2020 17:50
Last Modified:26 Mar 2020 17:50

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