Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Dramatherapy and family therapy in education|
|Statement||Penny McFarlane and Jenny Harvey ; foreword by Sue Jennings|
|LC Classifications||RC489.P7 M396 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011046050|
A collaborative therapeutic approach often proves the best way to assess and meet the needs of children experiencing barriers to learning. In their new book, Dramatherapy and Family Therapy in Education: Essential Pieces of the Multi-Agency Jigsaw, teacher and dramatherapist Penny McFarlane and counsellor and family therapist Jenny Harvey (pictured, left to right) combine . A collaborative therapeutic approach often proves the best way to assess and meet the needs of children experiencing barriers to learning. This book gives a concise overview of drama and family therapy and describes how both therapies can work together to provide essential pieces of the jigsaw of emotional support for troubled children within an educational setting. A collaborative therapeutic approach often proves the best way to assess and meet the needs of children experiencing barriers to learning. This book gives a concise overview of drama and family therapy and describes how both therapies can work together to provide essential pieces of the jigsaw of emotional support for troubled children within an educational by: 2. North American Drama Therapy Association, Albany, New York. K likes. The North American Drama Therapy Association promotes the responsible practice 5/5(6).
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: Results. The resulting model confirmed and highlighted the experiential nature of drama therapy education and thus the experiences outlined happen under the umbrella of experiential the context of this experiential learning, there are often explicit and implicit expectations placed on students to participate in an affective manner within the by: 2. However don’t let this reviewer’s hobby horse of the poor quality of academic research in creative therapies emanating from some universities put you off buying ‘Drama Therapy and Storymaking in Special Education’. This is a very good book and is a recommended buy for all play therapy trainees and also for experienced Play Therapists. Drama therapy is the use of theatre techniques to facilitate personal growth and promote mental health. Drama therapy is used in a wide variety of settings, including hospitals, schools, mental health centers, prisons, and therapy, as a modality of the creative arts therapies, exists in many forms and can be applicable to individuals, couples, families, and .
Drama therapy is an active, experiential approach that facilitates the client's ability to tell his/her story, solve problems, set goals, express feelings appropriately, achieve catharsis, extend the depth and breadth of inner experience, improve interpersonal skills and. Drama therapy applies techniques from theatre to the process of psychotherapeutic healing. It emerged as a field in the late ’s from hospital as entertainment or education. WHAT IS DRAMA THERAPY Key Principles Perhaps the group acts out a generic family conflict or a familiar character from a. Shefali Tsabary is a graduate of the Drama Therapy program at CIIS, and received her Ph.D. from Columbia University. She is author of several bestselling books, including The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children and The Awakened Family. 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.