Corrina Eastwood

Corrina Eastwood is a practicing artist, activist and art psychotherapist. She has worked in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, homeless hostels, therapeutic communities and charities. She is founder of the not for profit feminist arts organisation Sweet 'Art which has to date hosted over forty art exhibitions and projects privileging the voices of women and marginalised groups and exploring important social issues through the arts. She has published academically on working with women with a BPD diagnosis from a feminist perspective in art psychotherapy and has worked at the Hertfordshire University as a visiting lecturer. In 2017 she founded the feminist art psychotherapy charity Outskirts with an aim to work with a focus on survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. She also currently works as an art therapist and supervisor in private practice.

Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies

Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies

Edited by Jessica Collier, Corrina Eastwood

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Intersectionality in the Arts Psychotherapies advocates for contextualising of clinical thinking and experience within a social and political framework that acknowledges the importance of... (more)

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