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Poetry and Story Therapy

Poetry and Story Therapy

Author: Geri Giebel Chavis

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781849058322

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 258

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This accessible book explores the therapeutic possibilities of poetry and stories, providing techniques for facilitating personally relevant and growth-enhancing sessions. The author provides ideas for writing activities that emerge from this discussion, and explains how participants can create their own poetic and narrative pieces.

Poetry Therapy

Poetry Therapy

Author: Nicholas Mazza

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000518580

Category: Psychology

Page: 282

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In this third edition of Poetry Therapy, Dr. Mazza expands on poetry therapy applications and techniques, carefully illustrating the use of poems, expressive writing, and symbolic activities for healing, education, and community service. Building on the definition and foundation of poetry therapy, chapters discuss using Mazza’s poetry therapy model with individuals, families, groups, and communities. Featuring over a hundred new references and practice experiences, the updated edition covers new research findings and methods, especially with respect to expressive writing and brain activity. Additional updates include working with special populations such as minorities, persons with disabilities, veterans, and the LGBTQ+ community. New chapters on spirituality, the COVID-19 pandemic, and personal development through poetry and running are also featured. Each chapter ends with questions for reflection. This is a truly invaluable resource for any practitioner, educator, or researcher interested in poetry therapy, bibliotherapy, writing, and healing, or the broader area of creative arts and expressive therapies.

Poetry, Therapy and Emotional Life

Poetry, Therapy and Emotional Life

Author: Diana Hedges

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351423885

Category: Psychology

Page: 165

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Poetry, Therapy and Emotional Life explores the thoughts of poets, therapists and counsellors in relation to the human condition with a practical component on how poetry can be used in therapeutic work. Concentrating on the theories of Freud, Jung, Rogers, Berne, Perls and Ellis, the book examines topics such as human motivation, experience and neurosis. It encourages readers to take a fresh and enthusiastic approach to their work as counsellors, therapists or writers, and appeals to anyone with a love of poetry or writing as a means of self expression. The text contains a wealth of poetic examples both traditional and modern, along with samples from clients in creative writing groups, schools and healthcare settings. Psychological therapists and counsellors, health and social care workers, and writers alike will find this very accessible book invaluable.

Storytelling in Therapy

Storytelling in Therapy

Author: Rhiannon Crawford

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0748769323

Category: Psychology

Page: 144

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The authors have used their working knowledge to give therapists a better understanding of how anecdotes in therapy can help implement changes in their clients' lives. The anecdotes have been selected as being suitable for applying to people with particular mental health problems. Each is supported by a summary of how to implement it in therapy.

Poetry Therapy

Poetry Therapy

Author: Nicholas Mazza

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317606987

Category: Psychology

Page: 262

View: 851

For decades, poetry therapy has been formally recognized as a valuable form of treatment, and it has been proven effective worldwide with a diverse group of clients. The second edition of Poetry Therapy, written by a pioneer and leader in the field, updates the only integrated poetry therapy practice model with a host of contemporary issues, including the use of social media and slam/performance poetry. It’s a truly invaluable resource for any serious practitioner, educator, or researcher interested in poetry therapy, bibliotherapy, writing, and healing, or the broader area of creative/expressive arts therapies.

Expressive Arts for Social Work and Social Change

Expressive Arts for Social Work and Social Change

Author: Tuula Heinonen

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190912413

Category: Social Science

Page: 32

View: 441

How can social workers integrate expressive arts methods as a complement to their work to better support individual, group, and community growth? Expressive Arts for Social Work and Social Change explores the values and benefits of expressive arts (i.e., visual arts, movement and dance, expressive forms of writing and narrative, music, and performance) and the role they can play in social work practice and inquiry. Although previous research has illustrated the efficacy of expressive arts to individual therapeutic goals, this is the first work that looks at the use of these approaches to fulfill the values, ethics, and principles of the social work profession. The authors draw from current and emerging concepts related to green social work, including individual and collective well-being, Indigenous perspectives and practices, social justice and social action, and individual as well as collective creative expression. This book provides insight and advice that will benefit all human service professionals interested in expressive arts.

Encyclopedia of Trauma

Encyclopedia of Trauma

Author: Charles R. Figley

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412978798

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 905

View: 267

This timely and authoritative two-volume set includes hundreds of signed entries by experts in the field of traumatology, exploring traditional subjects as well as emerging ideas, as well as providing further resources for study and exploration.

Therapeutic Uses of Storytelling

Therapeutic Uses of Storytelling

Author: Camilla Asplund Ingemark

Publisher: Nordic Academic Press

ISBN: 9789187351174

Category: Psychology

Page: 189

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In this cross-disciplinary study, a group of researchers critically examine the ways in which narrative—that is, written and told stories and legends—might aid in coping with traumatic or stressful life situations and with the emotions that these situations engender. Starting with an introduction of basic narrative theories and the therapeutic effects of storytelling, the book moves on to a series of lucid case studies. The contributors present a diversity of material, such as weblogs, poetry, magazines, memoirs, and oral accounts from antiquity to the present. With a diversity of perspectives—the contributors hail from a variety of fields, including folkloristics, psychology, writing studies, poetry therapies, and classical studies—this book benefits specialists in a number of different disciplines, as well as individuals interested in the possibility of inner exploration sparked by storytelling.

So You Want to Be a Counselor?

So You Want to Be a Counselor?

Author: Barbara Nefer

Publisher: Frederick Fell Publishers

ISBN: 0883911795

Category: Education

Page: 228

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Becoming a counselor is a path of lifelong opportunity. Here's the most up-to-date information on the intricate choices involved and skills needed to confidently make choices about a career in counseling. The book includes real-world advice on the time, education, money, and effort needed, as well as a chapter on online counseling, a newly emerging area of expertise. This is the definitive guide for every potential counselor seeking current answers to career questions and includes personal insights from professionals, information for adult students, a special section on online counseling, and clarification of similar career options.

Techniques of Grief Therapy

Techniques of Grief Therapy

Author: Robert A. Neimeyer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136519758

Category: Psychology

Page: 408

View: 536

Techniques of Grief Therapy is an indispensable guidebook to the most inventive and inspirational interventions in grief and bereavement counseling and therapy. Individually, each technique emphasizes creativity and practicality. As a whole, they capture the richness of practices in the field and the innovative approaches that clinicians in diverse settings have developed, in some cases over decades, to effectively address the needs of the bereaved. New professionals and seasoned clinicians will find dozens of ideas that are ready to implement and are packed with useful features, including: Careful discussion of the therapeutic relationship that provides a "container" for specific procedures An intuitive, thematic organization that makes it easy to find the right technique for a particular situation Detailed explanations of when to use (and when not to use) particular techniques Expert guidance on implementing each technique and tips on avoiding common pitfalls Sample worksheets and activities for use in session and as homework assignments Illustrative case studies and transcripts Recommended readings to learn more about theory, research and practice associated with each technique