Integrating expressive arts and play therapy with children and adolescents [electronic resource] / [edited by] Eric J. Green and Athena A. Drewes
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- Machine generated contents note: PREFACE ( Dr. Charles Schaefer or Dr. Shaun McNiff ) INTRODUCTION 1. How to Use This Book (Drs. Eric Green and Athena Drewes) 2. Finding Your Way Using the Expressive Therapies Continuum (Dr. Sandra Graves-Alcorn) DISCIPLINES 3. Art Therapy (Reina Lombardi, Art Speak, Fort Meyers, Florida) 4. Play Therapy (Dr. Sue Bratton, Center for Play Therapy, University of North Texas; with Dr. Athena Drewes) 5. Drama Therapy (Dr. Eleanor Irwin, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh) 6. Sandplay (Dr. Rie Rogers Mitchell California State University- Northridge, CA; Dr. Harriet Friedman; Dr. Eric Green) 7. Dance/Movement Therapy (Mariah Meyer LeFeber, MA, LPC, BC-DMT, DTRL; Center for Dance/Movement Therapy; Madison, WI) 8. Music Therapy (Dr. Susan Adley, Music Therapy Program, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA) 9. Photo Therapy (Dr. Bob Wolf, Professor at College of New Rochelle & Adjunct Professor at Pratt) 10. Poetry Therapy (Dr. Sherry Reiter, Touro College, NYC) INTEGRATION 11. Teaching Play and Expressive Art Techniques in The Classroom: An Experiential Education [(Dr. Jennifer Baggerly (UNT Dallas, Dallas, TX); & Dr. Jodi Crane (Lindsey College, Columbia, KY)] 12. Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapies in Clinical Treatment: A Multimodal Approach (Dr. Eliana Gil; Gil Center for Healing and Play, Fairfax, VA) APPENDIX: Credentialing, brief bibliography, online resources, professional organizations, training/continuing ed opportunities, films, etc. .
- "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"--
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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