Roads to the Unconscious
is a book not only for art therapists,
psychologists, social workers, counselors and
mental health professionals but for all
individuals eager to use the image-making
process for self-discovery and personal growth.
The author explains how
road drawings are capable of eliciting impromptu
imagery that represents the person's origins,
the history of his or her life process,
experiences to date and intent for the future -
even from a single drawing. In addition, the
periodic upgrade and reparation of the road can
serve as a metaphor for the person's capacity
for change and reparation.