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  1. Theory and Practice of Action and Drama Techniques

    Theory and Practice of Action and Drama Techniques

    Developmental Psychotherapy from an Existential-Dialectical Viewpoint

    Leni Verhofstadt-Denève

    Taking a dialectical approach to developmental psychology, the author develops a personality model and shows how it can be applied in practice through psychodrama, video feedback and creative play therapy. She focuses on the treatment of children and adolescents suffering from developmental disorders, drug addiction and self-esteem problems Learn More
    1999, 352pp
  2. More Than Just a Meal

    More Than Just a Meal

    The Art of Eating Disorders

    Susan R. Makin

    Susan Makin here explores how art therapies can be integrated into a multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of eating disorders, in conjunction with medical programmes. She discusses the creative work and personal accounts of around thirty patients, examining their use of media, imagery and symbolism. Learn More
    2000, 240pp
  3. Art, Science and Art Therapy

    Art, Science and Art Therapy

    Repainting the Picture

    Frances Kaplan

    Kaplan examines the relationship between art and science, delineating the role of research and encouraging a spirit of enquiry in art therapy. She looks at the latest scientific developments, especially those in biology, evolution, and brain science, and relates them to theories about the creation and interpretation of art. Learn More
    2000, Hardback, 9.41in x 6.81in / 239mm x 173mm, 176pp, £49.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-697-3
    2000, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.14in / 234mm x 156mm, 176pp, £18.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-698-0
  4. Foundation and Form in Jungian Sandplay

    Foundation and Form in Jungian Sandplay

    Lenore Steinhardt

    Steinhardt presents sandplay therapy in an art therapy setting. She begins by outlining the principles and practicalities of sandplay therapy and explaining the importance of the specifically blue tray and other materials used. She provides a history of art therapy and sandplay therapy, and the previous literature and thinking in these fields. Learn More
    2000, 224pp
  5. Self-Mutilation and Art Therapy

    Self-Mutilation and Art Therapy

    Violent Creation

    Diana Milia

    Milia examines the effect of art therapy interventions with clients who harm their bodies. Demonstrating how these theories can be implemented in practice, Milia describes examples from her clinical experience, and includes case studies. Her practical book extends our understanding of the self-mutilation concept and how best it may be addressed. Learn More
    2000, 224pp
  6. Creative Group Therapy for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

    Creative Group Therapy for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

    Speaking the Unspeakable

    Bonnie Meekums

    Bonnie Meekums presents creative groupwork strategies and techniques for professionals working with women who have experienced child sexual abuse. The practical strategies have been developed from an understanding of the complex process of recovery, and are informed by the voices of women who have been abused in childhood themselves. Learn More
    2000, 224pp
  7. The Artist as Therapist

    The Artist as Therapist

    Arthur Robbins

    In this classic text Art Robbins explores the role of the art therapist in integrating aesthetics and psychodynamics into the therapeutic process. The artist in the therapist responds to the patient's use of colour, space, form and energy; the therapist uses his or her artist's reaction to ascertain the psychodynamics of the piece. Learn More
    2000, 228pp
  8. Therapeutic Dimensions of Autobiography in Creative Writing

    Therapeutic Dimensions of Autobiography in Creative Writing

    Celia Hunt

    Celia Hunt discusses how autobiographical fiction can be used in therapeutic work by art therapists, psychotherapists and creative writing tutors, as well as in personal development by writers of any kind. She draws up guidelines for a successful course on creative writing, and presents case studies and practical ideas for writing about the self. Learn More
    2000, 208pp
  9. Creative Supervision

    Creative Supervision

    The Use of Expressive Arts Methods in Supervision and Self-Supervision

    Mooli Lahad

    In this book Lahad introduces techniques, drawn from the expressive arts therapies, which can be employed during a supervision to release information from the creative hemisphere of the brain. These techniques include storytelling, role-playing, guided fantasy, imaginary dialogues, letter-writing, drawing, and the use of colours and shapes. Learn More
    2000, 128pp
  10. Constructing Musical Healing

    Constructing Musical Healing

    The Wounds that Sing

    June Boyce-Tillman

    Drawing on literature from philosophy, anthropology, psychology and musicology, Boyce-Tillman looks at musical traditions and notions of healing in different societies. Her work includes a number of case studies in various cultures - spirit possession cults in Africa and shamans in various traditions. Learn More
    2000, 304pp

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