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Pediatric Dramatherapy: They Couldn’t Run, So They Learned to Fly



Based on a study conducted with chronically ill children, Pediatric Dramatherapy: They Couldn’t Run So They Learned To Fly shows how children who are unable to verbalize their feelings or inner conflicts can do so through dramatherapy. The major sources of stress for chronically ill children are examined as they relate to situations within selected stories. Through detailed case studies, commentaries and analysis this groundbreaking book demonstrates a connection between the child’s symbolic expression and the struggle with illness. The use of puppets, masks, make-up and costume accessories enhances the children’s ability for self expression. This fascinating study will be a significant resource for all those working with traumatized children as well as an important contribution to the emerging field of arts medicine.

Author: Bouzoukis, Carol, Foreword by: Landy, Robert J

Topic: Psychology
Media: Book
ISBN: 1853029610
Language: English
Pages: 256

Additional information

Weight 0.85 lbs
Dimensions 9.14 × 6.54 × 0.61 in


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