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ACT It Out: 25 Acting Exercises to Heal from Childhood Abuse
Stolinksy, Stefanie Auerbach, Ph.D.
Praeclarus Press / Softcover / 2013-04-01 / 1939807085
Trauma (Self-Help) / Drama Therapy, Psychodrama
price: $27.95 (may be subject to change)
226 pages
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When actors are in training, they use acting exercises to help them access their emotions and to understand and connect with their characters. Psychotherapist, and former actress, Stefanie Stolinsky has found that these exercises helped her clients heal from childhood trauma. This book provides a series of 25 acting exercises, with links to live video showing actors demonstrating the techniques.
This book provides a series of 25 acting exercises, with links to live video showing actors demonstrating the techniques.

“Written with compassion and respect, Act It Out, invites the reader to privately begin to release old sensations that feed feelings of shame and self-doubt. For many, this book will open new doors to the possibility of beginning the journey to create the satisfying lifestyle they deserve.”
--Trudy Moss, Ph.D

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