The Handbook of Dramatherapy
Routledge, 29. sep. 2005 - 244 strani
Dramatherapy is being increasingly practised in a range of therapeutic settings and is of growing interest to theatre practitioners and teachers. The Handbook of Dramatherapy brings together five authors who have considerable experience of clinical, artistic and educational work to provide an easy-to-read introduction to the major models of dramatherapy. The authors explain the differences between dramatherapy and psychodrama, discuss its relationship with theatre art, look at assessment and evaluation techniques, and argue the need for more appropriate methods of research for this increasingly popular form of therapeutic treatment.
The Handbook of Dramatherapy provides a comprehensive basis for theory and practice and will be an invaluable resource for all students of dramatherapy and theatre.
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Chapter 1 Historical background and overview of dramatherapy
Chapter 2 The developmental model of dramatherapy
Chapter 3 The theatre of selfexpression
Chapter 4 An integrated model of dramatherapy and its application with adults with learning disabilities
Chapter 5 A role model of dramatherapy and its application with individuals and groups
Chapter 6 The theatre of healing
Chapter 7 Dramatherapy and psychodrama
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action activities actor Alan Rickman Artaud arts therapies asked assessment Association for Dramatherapists behaviour Cattanach Centre Chapter character child client group clinical communication context create creative Dartmoor developmental director drama dramatherapy group dramatherapy session Dramatherapy Theory dramatic play emotional enactment evaluation everyday experience explore expression feelings fictional Gersie Goffman group members Helen ideas images important improvisation individual Institute of Dramatherapy interaction involves Jennings Jessica Kingsley journey Lahad Landy’s London look mask metaphor model of dramatherapy Mooli move National Health Service ofthe paradigm participants patient person Peter Brook physical play therapy protagonist psychological psychotherapy relationship ritual theatre role theory role-play Routledge scene sculpt sense shaman share skills social space stage Steve Mitchell Steve Nash story Storymaking structure symbolic symbolic interactionism techniques theatre director Theatre of Cruelty theatre of healing theatre structures theatrical therapeutic process therapist warm-up