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Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy: A Guidebook for Mental Health Practitioners and Educators
Green, Eric J. and Athena A. Drewes (Eds)
Wiley / Softcover / 2013-11-01 / 1118527984
Expressive Arts Therapies / Play, Play Therapy
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352 pages
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Clinicians certified in the expressive art therapies—the visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other creative processes—are typically unfamiliar with some of the interventions and approaches used in play therapy. This book bridges the divide between play therapy and expressive arts therapy, so that therapists in each field can integrate evidence-informed practices from both expressive arts and play therapy into their practice with children and adolescents. Play therapists as well as those who specialize in expressive arts therapies, as well as mental health professionals looking to integrate both into their practice will benefit from this book’s exposure to the diverse and innovative approaches within the expressive arts and play therapy literature.

Contents:

Chapter 1 The Expressive Arts Therapy Continuum: History and Theory

Sandra L. Graves

Introduction

Discerning Rationale

References

Chapter 2 Play Therapy

Athena A. Drewes and Sue C. Bratton

Introduction

Rationale for Play Therapy

History and Development

Empirical Support

Procedures and Application

Conclusion

Guidelines for Becoming a Registered Play Therapist or Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor

References

Chapter 3 Art Therapy

Reina Lombardi

Introduction

Art Therapy: Theory

Research

Art Therapy: Process and Procedures

Practical Techniques

Conclusion

Specialized Training and Resources

References

Chapter 4 Drama Therapy

Eleanor Irwin

Introduction

Drama Therapy: Process and Procedures

Blending Drama/Theatre and Therapy in NADT

Drama Therapy Techniques

Drama Therapy Techniques with Different Ages

Conclusion

Specialized Training and Resources

References

Chapter 5 Integrating Play Therapy and Sandplay Therapy

Rie Rogers Mitchell, Harriet S. Friedman, and Eric J. Green

Introduction

Therapeutic Play

Sandplay in a Play Therapy Setting

Conclusion

Specialized Training and Resources

References

Chapter 6 Working with Children Using Dance/Movement Therapy

Mariah Meyer LeFeber

Introduction

Dance/Movement Therapy: Process and Procedures

Case Studies

Conclusion

Specialized Training & Resources

References

Chapter 7 Music Therapy

Susan Hadley and Nicole Steele,

Introduction

Music Therapy: Process and Procedures

Music Therapy Methods

Practical Techniques for Non-Specialists

Conclusion

Specialized Training and Resources

References

Chapter 8 The Therapeutic Uses of Photography in Play Therapy,

Robert Irwin Wolf

Introduction

Historical Overview

Photography as a Therapeutic Modality: The Power of the Image

The Importance of the Unconscious

The Range of Processing Visual Metaphors

A Note of Caution

Technological Update

Special Considerations of Confidentiality

Suggestions for Creative Project Directives

Detailed Digital Editing Directions for More Advanced Projects

Case Studies: Clinical and Creative Uses of Photography

Conclusion

Specialized Training and Resources

References

Chapter 9 Poetry Therapy

Diane L. Kaufman, Rebecca C. Chalmers , and Wendy Rosenberg

Introduction

Poetry Therapy: Process and Procedures

Practical Techniques and Case Studies

Conclusion

Specialized Trainings and Resources

References

Chapter 10 Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy into Educational Settings: A Pedagogy for Optimistic Therapists

Jodi M. Crane and Jennifer N. Baggerly

Introduction to Creative Experiential Learning

Preparation

Process

Activities

CEL Classroom Scenario

Conclusion

References

Chapter 11Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy into Small Group Counseling with Pre-adolescents: A Humanistic Approach

Sue C. Bratton, Dalena Dillman Taylor, and Sinem Akay

Introduction

Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy into Small Group Counseling with Pre-adolescents: Process and Procedures

Practical Application

Conclusion

References

Chapter 12 Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy in Communities: A Multi-Modal Approach

Julia Byers

Prologue

Context

School Community Response

Shattered Worldview

Expressive Therapies ‘Haven’

References

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