Touching Clay? Touching What: the Use of Clay in Therapy

Since clay is my favourite medium in my work with children, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to read and comment on Touching Clay, Touching What?: The Use of Clay in Therapy. Very little has been written about this medium for therapy and this book fills a much needed void. It is a fine, important contribution. More

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Archive Publishing was conceived in 2002 by Hazel Marshall and Ian Thorp as a result of their passion for the work of Barbara Somers, Ian Gordon-Brown and others involved with the birth and growth of transpersonal psychology.

Ian Thorp MA has been involved with design, print and publishing for over 30 years. He has designed many of the books and provided the illustrations for others. Through his experience as a psychotherapist and workshop facilitator, he has found a real need in people for material that both acknowledges and feeds the Soul, Self, Spirit, Atman.

Following the publication of the first two books in the 'Wisdom of the Transpersonal' series, it was decided that Archive Publishing was ready to start publishing other books that were based on the transpersonal experiences of individuals or the work of people working transpersonally with others. Archive Publishing remains the main imprint for these titles with the addition of Talking Stick as an imprint for less academic titles.

As interest increased in the transpersonal it seemed a natural expansion to offer books and artefacts produced and published by others as part of an organic growth. As the internet and the world wide web have become such an integral part of modern communication and accessibility, so the overall title of transpersonalbooks.com was created. Archive Publishing still remains the main imprint for titles produced in-house.

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