Expressive Therapy with Troubled Children
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Description: Expressive therapy promotes children's capacity to heal from early trauma by helping them process painful experiences over time at progressively more mature levels of understanding. Relying on excellent coping skills that have helped them survive, children in therapy are often invested in not talking due to the highly defended nature of their problems, or perhaps the need to protect a parent through silence. Alternative means of expression are often necessary. Dr. Klorer's work allows children to communicate intense feelings in ways that are natural to them, through art and play, not solely by verbalization.
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List price: $89.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/1/1999
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Setting the Stage for Expressive Work|
|"Daddy Beat My Sister, Not Me": Trusting the Art More Than the Words|
|When Words Are Not There: The Preverbal Child, Ages 0 to 2|
|"Mommy Hates Me 'Cause I'm Bad": The Early School-Aged Child, Ages 2 to 7|
|Feeling "Horrible, Stupid, Worried, Abused, Scared, Ugly": The Middle Years, Ages 7 to 12|
|"Too Close for Comfort": Ages 12 through Adolescence|
|"My Heart Bleeds for Harmony": Involving the Family in Therapy|
|"I Want a Mama": Annie's Story|
|"I'll Live with My Mom When She Gets Her Life Together": Tammy's Story|
|"Art Has Truth": John's Story|
|"A Hope Rainbow": Ebony's Story|
|"Stories to Teach about My Mom": Julie's Story|
|Putting the Puzzle Together: Concluding Remarks|
|Epilogue: The Therapist's Container|