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Sambadrama: The Arena of Brazilian Psychodrama

Sambadrama: The Arena of Brazilian Psychodrama

by Zoltan Figusch

  • Paperback £32.99

There are more active practitioners and teachers of psychodrama in Brazil than anywhere else in the world, with their own strong sense of community, history and tradition. In selecting and... (more)

The Dancing Dialogue: Using the Communicative Power of Movement with Young Children

The Dancing Dialogue: Using the Communicative Power of Movement with Young Children

Edited by Suzi Tortora

  • Print £37.95

The first approach to focus exclusively on the importance of observing nonverbal expression, "The Dancing Dialogue" shows early childhood professionals how to assess the behavior and movement of... (more)

Musical Excellence - Strategies and Techniques to Enhance Performance:

Musical Excellence - Strategies and Techniques to Enhance Performance:

Edited by Aaron Williamon

  • Print £60.00

Offers performers, teachers, and researchers, new perspectives and practical guidance for enhancing performance and managing the stress that typically accompanies performance situations. It draws... (more)

Art Heals: How Creativity Cures The Soul

Art Heals: How Creativity Cures The Soul

by Shaun McNiff

  • Print £22.50

Presents a wide range of activities aimed at reviving art's traditional healing function and illuminates some progressive views in the rapidly expanding field of art therapy, including the practice... (more)

Musical Identities:

Musical Identities:

Edited by Raymond MacDonald

  • Print £72.00

Just as music can be a channel through which we express ourselves, it can also have a profound influence on our own developing sense of identity. This book explores the powerful effect that music can... (more)

Laban for All

Laban for All

by Jean Newlove, John Dalby

  • Print £14.99

Rudolf Laban is a theorist and practitioner of movement, and this basic "how-to" manual offers a simplified version of his system of movement. It introduces the terms and vocabulary, then moves on to... (more)

Creative Therapy for Children in New Families:

Creative Therapy for Children in New Families:

Edited by Angela Hobday, Kate Ollier

  • Print £44.25

The aim of this book is to encourage creativity in therapy with children who have changed families, for example through fostering or adoption. It contains a broad range of activities designed to help... (more)

Play Therapy with Adults

Play Therapy with Adults

by Charles E. Schaefer

  • Print £65.00

This timely guide covers healing through the use of a variety of play therapy techniques and methods. Various client groups and treatment settings are given special attention, including working with... (more)

Creative force: Arts-based exercises for work with young people around issues of violence

Creative force: Arts-based exercises for work with young people around issues of violence

Edited by Marian Pocock

  • Print £9.95

"Creative Force" looks at key issues around young people and violence - verbal violence, bullying, peer pressure, sexist and racist violence, physical or non-physical violence, domestic violence.... (more)

Trust the Process: An Artist's Guide to Letting Go

Trust the Process: An Artist's Guide to Letting Go

by Shaun McNiff

  • Paperback £18.99

Shaun McNiff offers ways of exercising the creative spirit with different art forms including painting, sculpture, and performance art. (more)

The arts in health care: A palette of possibilities

The arts in health care: A palette of possibilities

by Charles Kaye, Tony Blee

  • Print £29.99

Adopting a practical approach, the contributors to this book aim to help clinical and professional staff, at all levels, to introduce and develop the use of arts in their own spheres of influence.... (more)

Beyond the smile: the therapeutic use of the photograph:

Beyond the smile: the therapeutic use of the photograph:

by Linda Berman

  • Print £36.99

Photographs may be used as an adjunct to various types of therapy. This is an exploration of the meanings of photographs and an examination of the ways in which photographs can enhance the... (more)

The Musical Edge of the Therapeutic Dialogue

The Musical Edge of the Therapeutic Dialogue

by Steven H. Knoblauch

  • Hardback £110.00

This work explores the musical aspects of therapeutic dialogue. It covers such topics as improvization and accompaniment, the unspoken dialogue, mind metaphors, and the counterpoint of subjective... (more)

Music healing in cultural contexts:

Music healing in cultural contexts:

Edited by Penelope Gouk

  • Hardback £120.00

The essays in this volume explore how people use music to heal themselves and whether the healing powers of music are universal or culturally specific. The contributors approach the topic from... (more)

Music as medicine: The history of music therapy since antiquity

Music as medicine: The history of music therapy since antiquity

Edited by P. Horden

  • Hardback £115.00

Music, whether performed or heard, has been seen as therapeutic in the history of many cultures. This volume explores how its therapeutic properties have been conceptualized and explained; which... (more)

Creative Therapy 2: Working with Parents

Creative Therapy 2: Working with Parents

by Kate Ollier, Angela Hobday

  • Print £41.50

A very practical book which outlines ways of gaining rapport, working with parents and creating useful resource materials. Example activities, worksheets and information sheets are provided, covering... (more)

Writing well: Creative writing and mental health

Writing well: Creative writing and mental health

Edited by Deborah Philips, Liz Linington

  • Print £20.99

A practical handbook of creative writing exercises which forms the basis of an indirect, nonconfrontational approach specifically intended for therapeutic use within the mental health field. The... (more)

Play Therapy

Play Therapy

by Virginia M. Axline

  • Print £37.99

An account of play therapy, which is designed to give the child an opportunity to explore and find out about himself and so learn to accept and respect himself and others. The work describes the role... (more)

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