Roger Grainger. Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy is derived from the authors' experiences of working with dramatherapy in a range of different situations.
It focuses on the flexibility of the applications of dramatherapeutic principles. The book provides a comprehensive account of the history, theory and practice of drama and its therapeutic use. The authors explain the shape of a ses Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy is derived from the authors' experiences of working with dramatherapy in a range of different situations.
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The authors explain the shape of a session, how dramatherapy works, and how it can be interpreted via myth, symbol and psychological theory. Work with individuals and groups is described, as are sessions with masks, improvisation, and use of scripts. The reader is encouraged to incorporate dramatherapy approaches into a variety of existing ways of working: for example, in socials skills groups, assertiveness training and anger management.
Highlighting the potential scope of dramatherapy and providing practical examples and advice, Practical Approaches to Dramatherapy extends the boundaries of dramatherapy practice. Get A Copy.
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An initial focus is on the evidence base for mindfulness therapies when applied to the adolescent population. Following a description of the group programme content, the article focuses on outcomes.
Although quantitative data does not indicate any meaningful change from pre- to post-group participation, qualitative feedback from the group participants and in-session observations from the group facilitators does indicate participant benefit associated with group participation. Finally, the article concludes that a more robust qualitative methodology to measure outcome should be implemented in future groups. Skip to Main Content.
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