This volume contains all the extant published and unpublished writings by Daniel J. Wiener and indicated co-authors on RfG outside the book Rehearsals for Growth (W. W. Norton, 1994). It is current through through April, 2004 and has been compiled in order to provide convenient access to RfG scholarship. The more recent of these writings reflect a number of significant developments in the ten years since publication of Rehearsals for Growth: the introduction of the Dramaturgic Model; the development of eight RfG techniques for interpersonal relationship assessment; training of other RfG practitioners; and a broadened application of RfG to other populations.
1. (1991). You wanna play?
2. (1994). Rehearsing for growth: Improvisational group therapy.
3. (1995). Die familienspezifische Position von Familienmitgeliedern durch Theaterimprovisation verandern (Changing family members’ positions using theater improvisation).
4. (1995). The gift of play.
5. (1995). Use of RfG in Facilitating Basic Skills (Part I).
6. (1996). Tug-of-war: A theatrical technique for marital therapy
7. (1996). Assigning “Home Play” in Family Therapy.
8. (1996). Improv Games: Games and Variations not included in Rehearsals for Growth.
9. (1997). Rehearsals for growth: A methodology for using theater improvisation in MFT.
10. (1997). Using dramatic enactment in MFT supervision.
11. (1997). Presents of mind.
12. (1998). Family assessment using subjective genograms.
13. (1998). Mirroring movement for increasing family cooperation.
14. (1998). Feeding the relationship by feeding each other.
15. (1999). Rehearsals for Growth: Applying improvisational theater games to relationship therapy.
16. (1999). Using theater improvisation to assess interpersonal functioning
17. (2000). Struggling to grow: Using dramatic enactments in family therapy.
18. (2000). Rehearsals for growth: Activating clinical change via theater improvisation.
19. (w. Musco, M.E., 2000). Using fantasy enactments with a schizophrenic outpatient.
20. (2001). Family of origin-based action techniques for improving client interpersonal functioning
21. (w. Cantor, D.,2002). Improvisational play in couples therapy.
22. (2003). Creating a participating role for adolescents in family therapy.
23. (2003). From the outside in.
24. (w. Oxford, L.K.,2003). Rescripting family dramas using psychodramatic methods.
25. (w. Ramseur, C.,2003). Rehearsals for Growth applied to group substance abuse groups.
26. (2004). Treating depression with Rehearsals for Growth.
27. (w. Yagaloff, C., Alexanian, J. & Larose, D., 2004) . Status: a sociometric tool for understanding intra-familial conflict
28. (2004). Rehearsals for Growth personal development groups.