The January 2009 issue of The Canadian Creative Arts in Health, Training and Education Journal, CCAHTE, is now available at http://www.cmclean.com. This issue, "The Creative Response" features new research about arts informed methods in health training and dementia care as well articles about arts and embodied approaches in practice and an example of autoethnographical story to express themes of loss.
- Home Is Where the Heart Is: A Reader's Theatre, Maura McIntyre Ed.D.--Arts informed methods in staff training/dementia care
- Sculptural Installations on the Theme of Obliteration: A Response to Themes Embodied in the MoverWitness Exchange, Eila Goldhahn Ph.D.--Embodied approaches, raising awareness, themes of death and loss, authentic movement
- My Mother's Body: A Story of Grieving, Remembering and Touch, John J. Guiney Yallop, Ph.D.--Autoethnographic writing, story, grief
For information on the Call for Papers for CCAHTE Issue #8--Creativity in Education and Practice--visit http://www.cmclean.com/submissions.html.