Rent Two Films and Let's Talk in the Morning: Using Popular Movies in Psychotherapy
The complete guide to video work
The use of popular films as catalysts in the psychotherapeutic process has gained increasing support in recent years. Accompanied by informed and sensitive therapeutic counseling, films can help clients get in touch with repressed emotions, find inspiration in the midst of despair, and understand the problems of others. But how can a therapist know when it is appropriate to assign a film? Which films have therapeutic punch? Where should the discussion focus after a client has seen a particular film?
Rent Two Films and Let's Talk in the Morning answers these questions and many more. It provides friendly guidance and detailed information on every aspect of using films as tools in therapy, including:
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Review: Rent Two Films and Let's Talk in the Morning: Using Popular Movies in PsychotherapyUser Review - Crystal - Goodreads
This was a really fun book for anyone who is into movies and works as a therapist or maybe also teachers. It is a way to start a conversation, especially for those who are resistent to reading books or cannot read books. I look forward to trying some of these out! Read full review
Review: Rent Two Films and Let's Talk in the Morning: Using Popular Movies in PsychotherapyUser Review - Linda Branham Greenwell - Goodreads
I have used this book to help people understand certain issues. For example for Grief and Loss... Ordinary People is suggested Read full review
Introduction to Video Work
Integrating Films into Therapy
Selecting Films for Therapy
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