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  1. Trust and Power

    Trust and Power

    Taking Care of Ourselves through Drama

    Penny Casdagli

    Trust and Power is a sequence of interactive drama-based workshops that have been developed over seven years to explore with issues with young people. Using situations from real life, each workshop uses exercises to examine the positive and negative aspects of their respective themes, and how they relate to the central themes of trust and power. Learn More
    1998, 200pp
  2. Music Therapy in Palliative Care

    Music Therapy in Palliative Care

    New Voices

    Edited by David Aldridge

    In the last decade music therapists have developed their work with people who have life-threatening illnesses and with those who are dying. This book presents some of that work from therapists working in different countries with different approaches, showing how valuable the inclusion of music therapy in palliative care has already proved to be. Learn More
    1998, 176pp
  3. The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing

    The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing

    Writing Myself

    Gillie Bolton

    Suitable both for health-care professionals who wish to implement therapeutic writing with their patients, and for those wishing to start writing creatively in order to help themselves, The Therapeutic Potential of Creative Writing provides practical, well tried and tested suggestions for beginning to write and for developing writing further. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.10in / 233mm x 155mm, 256pp, $36.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-599-0
    1999, Ebook, PDF, 256pp, $36.95
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-227-0
  4. Writing Well: Creative Writing and Mental Health

    Writing Well: Creative Writing and Mental Health

    Deborah Philips, Liz Linington and Debra Penman

    Writing Well is a practical handbook of creative writing exercises which forms the basis of an indirect, nonconfrontational approach specifically intended for therapeutic use within the mental health field. The exercises are taken from the authors' successful practice with groups of people from a range of backgrounds in a variety of settings. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.25in x 6.14in / 235mm x 156mm, 160pp, $36.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-650-8
    1999, Ebook, ePUB, 160pp, $36.95
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-103-0
  5. Art Therapy, Race and Culture

    Art Therapy, Race and Culture

    Edited by Jean Campbell, Marian Liebmann, Frederica Brooks, Jenny Jones and Cathy Ward

    The book is a stimulating and inspiring collection which explores the often contentious themes of race, racism and culture in relation to the experience of art therapy, in a constructive way. Contributors examine the impact of racial perceptions in their own experience, their clients' lives, and on the interaction of therapist and client. Learn More
    1999, 328pp
  6. Using Voice and Movement in Therapy

    Using Voice and Movement in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Movement in Therapy is a practical and imaginative guide to the way in which physical movement and the expressive use of the voice can facilitate therapy. Paul Newham examines how massage, manipulation and dance, combined with vocal expression, can alleviate certain emotional, psychosomatic and psychological symptoms. Learn More
    1999, 200pp
  7. Rhythm and Timing of Movement in Performance

    Rhythm and Timing of Movement in Performance

    Drama, Dance and Ceremony

    Janet Goodridge

    Despite the richness of the subject and the importance frequently ascribed to the phenomena of rhythm and timing in the arts, the topic as a whole has been neglected. Janet Goodridge writes from a practical movement background and draws on a wide range of sources to illuminate the subject in relation to theatre, drama, dance, ceremony, and ritual. Learn More
    1999, 288pp
  8. Using Voice and Song in Therapy

    Using Voice and Song in Therapy

    The Practical Application of Voice Movement Therapy

    Paul Newham

    Using Voice and Song in Therapy is a practical and imaginative guide to the way in which singing and the expressive use of the voice can facilitate therapy. Paul Newham examines how melody creation combined with story-telling in song, can alleviate certain emotional, psychosomatic and psychological symptoms. Learn More
    1999, 176pp
  9. Introduction to Developmental Playtherapy

    Introduction to Developmental Playtherapy

    Playing and Health

    Sue Jennings

    Developing the basic principles of her model of playtherapy, Sue Jennings has written a stimulating book that will provide inspiration for those new to the discipline, whilst providing a fresh and exciting approach for established practitioners. In her book, Jennings argues that creative play is essential for children's health. Learn More
    1999, 196pp
  10. Special Talents, Special Needs

    Special Talents, Special Needs

    Drama for People with Learning Disabilities

    Ian McCurrach and Barbara Darnley

    This is a handbook for teachers and facilitators working with people with learning disabilities who are interested in creative expression through drama. Based on their considerable experience working with the Strathcona Theatre Company, Ian McCurrach and Barbara Darnley have created a step-by-step guide to running a drama group. Learn More
    1999, 240pp

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