Dramatherapy: Developing Emotional Stability

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Routledge, 2005 - Education - 110 pages

Providing a new and proven way forward for practitioners who want to help children, but who do not have recourse to a qualified therapist, this book covers:

  • tried and tested practical activities to use with children
  • simple explanations of how and why dramatherapy works
  • informative case studies that show activities being used in practice
  • a useful list of further reading, centres for training and qualifications.
 

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Contents

1 An Introduction to Dramatherapy
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3 The Significance of Metaphor and Symbol in Dramatherapy
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4 The Value of Personal Story Telling
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5 The Use of Prewritten Material and Recurrent Themes
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6 Dream Work
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7 Working with Loss and Bereavement
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8 Group Work
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Appendix A Index of Issues and Supporting Exercises and Activities
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Appendix B Useful Sources and Suggested Training
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Bibliography and References
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Index
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