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  1. Music Therapy: Intimate Notes

    Music Therapy: Intimate Notes

    Mercédès Pavlicevic

    The stories and reflections in this book describe powerful encounters between nine music therapists and clients. The stories reveal the passion and integrity of nine music therapists who undergo profound changes as a result of their work. The book provides a lively and informal theoretical foundation, connecting music to our intimate lives. Learn More
    1999, 160pp
  2. Contemporary Art Therapy with Adolescents

    Contemporary Art Therapy with Adolescents

    Shirley Riley

    This book offers practical and imaginative solutions to the multifaceted challenges that clinicians face when treating young people. The author fuses contemporary theories of clinical treatment with the creative processes of art therapy to arrive at a synthesis which yields successful outcomes when working with adolescents. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.22in / 233mm x 158mm, 288pp, £24.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-637-9
    1999, Ebook, ePUB, 288pp, £22.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-910-1
  3. Medical Art Therapy with Adults

    Medical Art Therapy with Adults

    Edited by Cathy Malchiodi

    Distinguished art therapists have contributed to this wide-ranging collection, which deals sensitively with work with patients who are suffering from terminal illness such as AIDS or cancer, or recovering from traumatic operations. The chapters offer advice on approaches to use with a variety of clients, depending on the objectives. Learn More
    1999, 272pp
  4. Supervision and Dramatherapy

    Supervision and Dramatherapy

    Edited by Elektra Tselikas-Portmann

    This book explores the ways in which dramatherapy techniques and concepts can be applied to supervision, and looks at how supervisions are conducted within the field of dramatherapy. The contributors offer insights into the relationships between supervisor, supervisee and client, and the dramatic roles that unfold during the supervision process. Learn More
    1999, 240pp
  5. Process in the Arts Therapies

    Process in the Arts Therapies

    Edited by Ann Cattanach

    The multiplicity of levels at which process operates for art therapists is the theme of this book. What happens during a therapy session is examined, as are the client's response, which is experienced through the medium of the art form itself, and the evolution of the relationship between therapist and client. Learn More
    1999, 200pp
  6. Researching the Arts Therapies

    Researching the Arts Therapies

    A Dramatherapist's Perspective

    Roger Grainger

    Writing from a dramatherapist's perspective, Grainger looks at methods of researching the arts therapies, and how particular definitions of research affect our understanding and practising of arts therapies. He places approaches to research in four categories: quantitative research, qualitative research, action research and art-based research. Learn More
    1999, 180pp
  7. Drama Workshops for Anger Management and Offending Behaviour

    Drama Workshops for Anger Management and Offending Behaviour

    James Thompson

    The Blagg! and Pump! drama workshops combine dynamic drama techniques to explore issues of anger management and offending behaviour. They can be easily adapted to suit the particular needs or backgrounds of a variety of groups, from probationers and prisoners to 'at risk' youths. Both are appropriate for use with groups with behavioural problems. Learn More
    1999, 144pp
  8. Therapeutic Art Directives and Resources

    Therapeutic Art Directives and Resources

    Activities and Initiatives for Individuals and Groups

    Susan R. Makin

    Susan Makin has written a resource for art therapists working with patients or clients who find the concept of spontaneous artmaking daunting, and feel more comfortable with a structured framework. This book consists of a series of directives for group and individual activities, with guidance on each directive and ideas for further development. Learn More
    1999, 120pp
  9. Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy

    Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Theatre in Therapy is a guide to how dramatic improvisation can be used in a therapeutic context to promote self-expression. Paul Newham demonstrates how voice, text and speech bring out aspects of character, personality, emotion and diversity of self-image which facilitate self-understanding. Learn More
    1999, 176pp
  10. Between Therapists

    Between Therapists

    The Processing of Transference/Countertransference Material

    Arthur Robbins

    Arthur Robbins demonstrates how important countertransference reactions are as sources of information and understanding of patient/therapist interactions. He presents transcriptions of some group supervision sessions, which emphasize the mixture of cognitive and affective organization which the therapist is continually exploring with the patient. Learn More
    1999, 240pp

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