Published June 1981
by Drama Pub .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gertrud Schattner (Editor), Richard Courtney (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
This second edition of Current Approaches in Drama Therapy offers a revised and updated comprehensive compilation of the primary drama therapy methods and models that are being utilized and taught in the United States and Canada, including four new approaches. It is intended as a basic textbook for the field of drama by: This book is a text for a course on therapy for children. It could be an excellent supplement for a general course or a core text for a course devoted to expressive arts and play therapy. When considering it, it's important to remember that it is a textbook. That means that the book is dry reading, well-supported, and talks a good deal about /5(17). With her first bestseller, The Drama of the Gifted Child, published a quarter of a century ago, Miller sent an entire generation into therapy when she wrote about how parents scar their children Author: Matt Seaton. Founder of the drama therapy program at KSU attended by Miller is Norman Fedder, a playwright and trained drama therapist. Fedder became interested in drama therapy when doing creative drama with developmentally disabled students and finding the work to be “therapeutic.” “Creative drama morphed into drama therapy,” he : Barbara Trainin Blank.
Drama therapy is one of several expressive therapies used by clinicians and practitioners to help their clients achieve emotional and physical integration, personal growth and symptom relief. Like art therapy, it is the application of a creative modality to psychotherapy. - Dr. Lee R. Chasen RDT, LCAT, Author of Social Skills, Emotional Growth and Drama Therapy and Engaging Mirror Neurons in Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum "This is a significant book which serves not only as an excellent, clear and concise introduction to the field of dramatherapy but also champions its importance to an unknowing world. Drama therapy. Drama therapy is a well-known, well-used approach to help people who have a wide array of conditions that interfere with their ability to interact well with others. Drama therapy uses exercises commonly practiced in the theatre such as scene acting, improvisation, and physical acting. Drama Therapy Institute of Los Angeles. Barranger Dunne, P. (). Double stick tape: Poetry, drama, and narratives as therapy for adolescents. Los Angeles: Drama Therapy Institute of Los Angeles. Cattanach, A. (). Drama for people with special needs. New York: Drama Book Publishers. Cattanach, A. () Children’s stories in play therapy.
Simply typing in "drama therapy" will only reveal a small portion of the available literature. Choice of search terms has a tremendous impact on the outcome of your search. Different databases use different terminology, and none rely entirely on the phrase"drama therapy."Author: Pamela Bloom. Therapy is the only route by which we can leave behind the cruel, invisible prison of our childhood. The Drama of the Gifted Child: Part 2 Miller's book was first published in the United. The only advice my psychologist ever gave me during several years of therapy was to read Drama of the Gifted Child. Many years later I am grateful to that psychologist and to Alice Miller. Reply. Drama therapy is one of several creative arts therapies used by clinicians and practitioners to help their clients achieve emotional and physical integration, personal growth and symptom relief. Like art therapy, it is the application of a creative modality to psychotherapy.