About PCCP ASIA
PCCP ASIA builds on and integrates the works of key scholars in; i) Child-centred play therapy mainly in North America, and in a small part of Europe (e.g., limited to the UK and Germany), ii) person-centred art therapy, iii) person-centred expressive arts therapy.
My empirical research focuses on the process and outcomes of PCCP ASIA, and how creative practices foster the process of symbolising one’s experiences and life, in a person-centred tradition.
"Person-centred Creative Practice defined as an integrated range of creative activity, with roots in child-centred play therapy, person-centred art therapy, and/or person-centred expressive arts therapy, which might be used either in the therapy, as the therapy, or a combination of both."
(Azizah Abdullah, 2015)