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  1. A Multi-Modal Approach to Creative Art Therapy

    A Multi-Modal Approach to Creative Art Therapy

    Arthur Robbins

    This text recasts Arthur Robbins' early work within the framework of modern psychodynamic theory. The creative intent of this text is to offer a structure that is not limited to one therapeutic model and to open up the doors for the creative art therapist to be effective with a wide range of patient populations. Learn More
    1994, 386pp
  2. Arts Therapies and Clients with Eating Disorders

    Arts Therapies and Clients with Eating Disorders

    Fragile Board

    Edited by Ditty Dokter

    Eating disorders are of increasing concern in the medical and psychiatric professions. Growing awareness that the arts therapies have something unique and positive to offer led to the publication of this book by experts in all areas of the arts therapies. Learn More
    1994, 320pp
  3. Art Therapy and Dramatherapy

    Art Therapy and Dramatherapy

    Masks of the Soul

    Sue Jennings and Ase Minde

    Based on more than ten years of research and practice of art therapy and dramatherapy in training, clinical practice and theory, this book is the first to explore the relationship and differences between these two disciplines. It shows how images such as the body, doors, bridges, journeys and masks can be used effectively in therapy. Learn More
    1994, 224pp
  4. Dramatherapy for People with Learning Disabilities

    Dramatherapy for People with Learning Disabilities

    A World of Difference

    Anna Chesner

    Chesner's book explores dramatherapy as perhaps the most wide-ranging of all art forms, incorporating as it does elements of music, movement, design, story and performance, and addresses the value of action-based therapy methods with people with learning difficulties. Learn More
    1994, 200pp
  5. What Do You See?

    What Do You See?

    Phenomenology of Therapeutic Art Expression

    Mala Betensky

    The author presents a varied menu of ideas and experiences in many areas - in research, in diagnosis, and in psychotherapy, each using art media with patients of all ages. She integrates art, phenomenology and gestalt psychology, describing specific techniques and findings. The book is for art therapists and advanced students. Learn More
    1995, 280pp
  6. Child Play

    Child Play

    Its Importance for Human Development

    Peter Slade

    This comprehensive book explores theories and practice of play. It suggests that media influences have a profound effect on behaviour, and by stressing the importance of understanding play as a chart of development, and drawing links between home, school, clinics and therapy, he offers the prospect of an understanding of delinquency and difficulty. Learn More
    1995, 400pp
  7. Dramatic Approaches to Brief Therapy

    Dramatic Approaches to Brief Therapy

    Edited by Alida Gersie

    Written by the directors of the world's major training programmes in dramatherapy, this book presents their approach to and theory of brief dramatherapy, which is offered in treatment settings for acute or chronic in-patient populations and out-patient or community health settings with a maintenance, rehabilitation or personal development purpose. Learn More
    1995, 320pp
  8. Drama and Healing

    Drama and Healing

    The Roots of Drama Therapy

    Roger Grainger

    The author shows how drama therapy draws on both drama and ritual. He argues that personal construct theory provides a hermeneutically useful approach to the study of drama therapy. He shows that drama therapy itself is an effective treatment for depression and schizophrenia, having a measurable effect on thought disorder. Learn More
    1995, 160pp
  9. Approaches to Research

    Approaches to Research

    Robin Higgins

    Robin Higgins takes you step by step through what is involved in choosing, organising and presenting a research project. The book combines practical advice with a look in depth at the principles of qualitative and quantative research. It is a useful companion volume to Approaches to Case Study and to anyone writing a dissertation. Learn More
    1996, 180pp
  10. Something to Draw On

    Something to Draw On

    Activities and Interventions using an Art Therapy Approach

    Carol Ross

    Arising from concerns about children presenting behavioural difficulties, this book outlines a number of useful approaches for teachers and others to use with individuals, small groups and classes. Its approach is designed to be used in a variety of settings such as schools, special needs education, counselling, speech therapy and youth work. Learn More
    1996, 150pp

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