Chantal Bernard and Janny Mager succeeded in thoroughly working through the demanding art therapy method created by Liane Collot d’Herbois and her anthroposophical foundation ideas. This concise research-study concerning the different types of depression will interest the specialist as well as the concerned layman, and affords deep insights into the effectiveness of this therapeutic method.

“Look at the picture ; is it something moving that for a moment has come to a stop? How is it moving, where did the movement come from, and where will it go?”
L. Collot d’Herbois

-Michaela Glöckler, M.D.

The artistic and therapeutic faculties of Liane Collot d’Herbois, along with her profound knowledge of the human being, have enabled her to make an unprecedented contribution to art therapy through color. Her work opens immense possibilities for research, of which this publication is a wonderful example. The book brings us a new understanding of depression through this very powerful therapy that reveals and at the same time allows us to act upon the invisible forces at work in us.

-Philippe Ercolano, M.D.