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  1. The Arts in Health Care

    The Arts in Health Care

    A Palette of Possibilities

    Edited by Charles Kaye and Tony Blee

    The contributors aim to help clinical and professional staff at all levels in health care settings to introduce and develop the use of the arts in their own spheres of influence. They show that the arts must be an integral part of people's lives and stress that environment and the arts can affect the individual and can possibly aid recovery. Learn More
    1996, 260pp
  2. Discovering the Self through Drama and Movement

    Discovering the Self through Drama and Movement

    The Sesame Approach

    Edited by Jenny Pearson

    This is the first detailed account of the Sesame Method, which was created by Marian Lindkvist 30 years ago, as it has evolved and been handed down experientially. It is now taught at the Central School of Speech and Drama; many of the contributors are current or former teachers at the school, or are Sesame trained therapists working in the field. Learn More
    1996, 288pp
  3. Imagination, Identification and Catharsis in Theatre and Therapy

    Imagination, Identification and Catharsis in Theatre and Therapy

    Mary Duggan and Roger Grainger

    This study examines the underlying theatrical underpinning of dramatherapy, which is firmly based on an understanding of processes which are fundamentally theatrical. It approaches the subject systematically, arguing that the hidden psychological mechanisms which make theatre work are the same as those which operate in dramatherapy. Learn More
    1997, 176pp
  4. Poiesis

    Poiesis

    The Language of Psychology and the Speech of the Soul

    Stephen K. Levine

    This book looks in detail at the connections between expressive arts, such as poetry, and psychology and develops understanding of the theoretical foundations which connect the arts and psychotherapy. It considers the context in which modern therapy emerged and looks at various aspects of arts therapies. Learn More
    1997, 144pp
  5. Children's Stories in Play Therapy

    Children's Stories in Play Therapy

    Ann Cattanach

    Ann Cattanach extends her acclaimed earlier published work to explore further the therapeutic value of story-making with children. Incorporating stories from children and authors, the book examines the common themes and metaphors that emerge, the purpose of stories, and the communication that they can engender between the therapist and the child. Learn More
    1997, 240pp
  6. Reflections on Therapeutic Storymaking

    Reflections on Therapeutic Storymaking

    The Use of Stories in Groups

    Alida Gersie

    With a strong emphasis on working in group settings, this book develops both the theory and practice of storymaking, enlivened by many examples from various cultures in which Gersie has worked. The author reflects on the dynamics of the storytelling process and explores the common experiences and attitudes which emerge in story work. Learn More
    1997, 224pp
  7. Art Therapy - The Person-Centred Way

    Art Therapy - The Person-Centred Way

    Art and the Development of the Person Second Edition

    Liesl Silverstone

    Art Therapy - The Person-Centred Way is an enlarged edition of the first book published on person-centred art therapy, and includes many more exercises and ideas. It demonstrates that by bringing the person-centred facilitative approach to images expressed in art form, healing and growth can occur at every level of development. Learn More
    1997, 272pp
  8. Music Therapy in Context

    Music Therapy in Context

    Music, Meaning and Relationship

    Mercédès Pavlicevic

    By drawing extensively from current literature on music and developmental psychology, music therapy, psychotherapy and music theory, this book encourages music therapists not to compromise the musical process at the heart of their practice, but to use these with authority - the authority that this book seeks to provide. Learn More
    1997, 224pp
  9. Therapeutic Presence

    Therapeutic Presence

    Bridging Expression and Form

    Edited by Arthur Robbins

    In the therapeutic workplace, the interaction between patient and therapist is built upon cognitive, affective and expressive experiences. The contributors to this new book explore this interaction in depth, examining the concept of therapeutic presence, and the therapist's ability to maintain it. Learn More
    1997, 275pp
  10. Therapeutic Voicework

    Therapeutic Voicework

    Principles and Practice for the Use of Singing as a Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Based on Paul Newham's experience as a voice and movement therapist and on his work running the only professional training course in the psychotherapeutic use of singing currently accredited by the RSA, this book explores both the theory and practice behind the use of voice and singing in expressive arts therapy. Learn More
    1997, 592pp

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