Amanda Pike

Amanda Pike has taught internationally on themes related to creative art therapies. She has a Master's degree in Creative Arts Therapy from Nazareth College and a Ph.D. specialising in Art Therapy from Florida State University. Her doctoral research evaluated art therapy as a means of cognitive training and the results demonstrated enhanced cognitive performance among culturally diverse older adults. Currently, Amanda is serving as President of the Florida Art Therapy Association and works as a registered art therapist. She lives in Miami, Florida where she applies her work with clients across the life-span. In addition to clinical work, Amanda provides outcome study consultations and welcomes opportunities for collaboration.

Improving Memory Through Creativity: A Professional's Guide to Culturally-sensitive Cognitive Training with Older Adults

Improving Memory Through Creativity: A Professional's Guide to Culturally-sensitive Cognitive Training with Older Adults

by Amanda Pike

  • Paperback £17.99

Creativity stimulates older adults both mentally and emotionally and has numerous cognitive and social benefits. Providing culturally-sensitive strategies for improving memory through creativity,... (more)

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