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NEW TITLES RHYTHMS OF RELATING IN CHILDREN’S THERAPIES Edited by Stuart Daniel and Colwyn Trevarthen FEB 2017 | 368pp | £24.99 | $37.95 pb-9781785920356 | eBook-9781784502843
A multidisciplinary edited collection exploring communicative musicality in human connections and fostering togetherness and health in creative therapies with vulnerable children. Exploring the concept of communicative musicality, this multidisciplinary book considers rhythms of connection and ways of fostering meaningful relationships between therapist and child. Including contributions from leading international music therapists, trauma specialists, dance movement therapists, psychobiologists, dramatherapists, explorers in music education, counsellors, play therapists, somatic therapists, specialist theatre and arts-project pioneers, composertherapists, teachers and researchers, this book presents a broad and in-depth approach to relating in therapy with vulnerable children. Contributors reflect on their own experiences and freely explore their relative fields of expertise. Contemporary theory is woven in with case stories to highlight the emotional realities of working with highly vulnerable children, and to present proven examples of how therapists can improve the quality of connectedness. Full of original and innovative ideas for dealing with attachment issues, trauma, communication difficulties, aggression and anxiety, this is inspiring reading for professionals who work with vulnerable children in creative therapies. Royalty proceeds from the book will be donated to the NSPCC.
RHYTHM TO RECOVERY A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO USING RHY THMIC MUSIC, VOICE AND MOVEMENT FOR SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Simon Faulkner Foreword by James Oshinsky
OCT 2016 | 256pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785921322 |
An innovative handbook to using rhythm and reflection for social and emotional development. Combining rhythmic music and movement with cognitive reflection and mindfulness, this comprehensive handbook shows how drumming and other rhythm-based exercises can have a powerful effect in individual, group and family settings. Incorporating the latest research on how rhythmic music impacts the brain, this book features over 100 different exercises spanning five key developmental areas: social and emotional learning; identity and culture; strengths and virtues; health and wellbeing; and families, teams and communities. It offers a safe entry to cognitive reflection through fun, experiential rhythmic exercises and is useful for working in settings such as school, child and adolescent counselling settings, mental health and drug and alcohol interventions, trauma counselling and relational counselling. ‘If you are now working with, or ever planning to work with, any type of at risk population in schools, behavioral centres, hospitals, drug and alcohol rehabs, mental health rehabs, trauma services, prisons or child protection services, then you cannot afford to miss an opportunity to learn from the body of work Simon Faulkner provides in this new book.’ Arthur Hull, Village Music Circles, CA
MUSIC THERAPY WITH FAMILIES THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Edited by Stine Lindahl Jacobsen and Grace Thompson Foreword by Brynjulf Stige
SEP 2016 | 344pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849056304 | eBook-9781784501051
International contributors explore music therapy approaches to working with families in a wide range of clinical areas. This comprehensive book describes well-defined models of music therapy for working with families in different clinical areas, ranging from families with special needs children or dying family members through to families in psychiatric or paediatric hospital settings. International contributors explain the theoretical background and practice of their specific approach, including an overview of research and illustrative case examples. Particular emphasis is placed on connecting theory and clinical practice and on discussing the challenges and relevance of each model. This practical and theoretically anchored book will prove valuable for music therapists, students and researchers in the fast developing field of music therapy with families. Music Therapy with Families is a timely and altogether important book. The reader will gain a profound knowledge of different music therapy approaches with families within a variety of contexts. The authors offer vital examples including live music making and music listening as a resource and potential for joy, growth, and a healthy life. Music Therapy with Families an inspiring and highly recommended volume.’ Professor Gro Trondalen, Norwegian Academy of Music
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NEW TITLES COLLABORATION AND ASSISTANCE IN MUSIC THERAPY PRACTICE ROLES, RELATIONSHIPS, CHALLENGES Edited by John Strange, Helen Odell-Miller and Eleanor Richards
DEC 2016 | 320pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849057028 | eBook-9781784502232
Collaborators in music therapy sessions: an in-depth look at the process, benefits, and challenges of working with assistants in music therapy. Relating the innovative ways in which assistants and collaborators can become an integral part of a course of music therapy, this book explores how the involvement of a diverse range of individuals, such as family members, learning support assistants, caregivers and medical staff, can contribute to successful sessions. Illustrated by clinical examples, the book will help music therapists and students to make the most of opportunities to collaborate with individuals other than the client who may be present during therapy sessions. The book also takes into account the challenges that can arise in music therapy collaboration, and explores the relationships that can develop between music therapists, clients and collaborators.
ADVANCED METHODS OF MUSIC THERAPY PRACTICE Nicki S. Cohen APR 2017 | 256pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849057769 | eBook-9781784500085
Compares and contrasts four well-known methods of music therapy practice. The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music, Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy, Analytical Music Therapy and Vocal Psychotherapy are commonly studied and used in conjunction with music therapy. This book examines these methods in relation to each other and explores their impact on the development of music therapy as a profession. The book analyses the difference, similarities and trends among the four methods and asks how they differ from typical music therapy practice. It compares their development with that of music therapy from the 19th century onwards and speculates on the future of these advanced methods in relation to the future of the music therapy profession.
THE CLINICIAN’S GUIDE TO FORENSIC MUSIC THERAPY TWO TREATMENT MANUALS Stella Compton Dickinson with Laurien Hakvoort
MAY 2017 | 176pp | £29.99 | $49.95 pb-9781849057103 | eBook-9781784502331
A clinically proven and highly pragmatic manual to aid music therapists in treating and understanding patients’ needs in forensic and other psychiatric settings. Presenting the first clinically tested mode within its field, this book offers a pragmatic and systematic approach to be followed by clinicians when providing music therapy in forensic and other psychiatric settings. Stella Compton-Dickinson’s method offers support and guidance for those working in a clinical environment to develop their use of music therapy. Her manual offers in-depth and step-by-step advice for the clinician, in a way that is both easily accessible and highly applicable. With her years of experience as a music therapist, counsellor and cognitive analytic therapist, Dr Compton-Dickinson is a leading, internationally renowned figure in this subject. As the very first of its kind, this book is essential reading for any music therapist and student of music therapy, and of interest to other clinicians working in either a correctional or secure psychiatric surroundings.
THE MUSENSE PROGRAM A MUSIC THERAPY BASED PROTOCOL FOR BODY AWARENESS AND SENSORY PROCESSING DEVELOPMENTS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES Roberta Adler and Olga Samsonova-Jellison
JUN 2017 | 176pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785927362 |
An evidence-based book providing guidance for music therapists working with individuals with profound multiple disabilities. Offering the practical, ready-to-use MuSense program, this book gives a specifically designed protocol for music therapists to use with individuals who have profound multiple disabilities. With cases studies provided throughout, this book gives guidance to music therapists on how to effectively work with individuals whose needs can be overwhelmingly difficult to meet, and who require significantly different treatment compared to other clients. By following the MuSense program, music therapists are better able to use music therapy to help re-enforce body awareness development in individuals who have profound multiple disabilities, making it an essential resource.
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NEW TITLES TUNING THE THERAPIST AN ACADEMIC TRAINING MODEL OF RESONANT LEARNING Inge Nygaard Pedersen, Charlotte Lindvang and Sanne Storm AUG 2017 | 288pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849056571 | eBook-9781784502188
Presents an academic model of resonant (experiential) learning and its benefits for music therapy training courses. Resonant learning allows students to fine-tune their therapeutic competences through first-hand experience with clients and reflection on those experiences. Outlining the Aalborg model of resonant learning, developed at Aalborg University, Denmark, the authors of this book discuss the benefits and drawbacks of resonant learning and encourage its integration into music therapy courses around the world. This book will be of tremendous interest to all arts therapists, including music therapists, as well as teachers and students of therapy courses.
MUSIC THERAPY TOOLBOX MUSIC TECHNOLOGY IN THERAPEUTIC AND HEALTH SETTINGS Edited by Wendy L. Magee Foreword by David W. Ramsey 2013 | 400pp | £27.99 | $45.00 pb-9781849052733 | eBook-9780857005700
How electronic music technologies can be used in a range of therapeutic and clinical settings to help clients with complex needs. There is a rapidly emerging and developing area of music therapy practice that uses electronic music technologies in a range of therapeutic and clinical settings to help clients with complex needs. With contributions from leading experts in the field, this edited volume explains cutting edge technologies and how to apply these tools in practice.
THE INDIVIDUALIZED MUSIC THERAPY ASSESSMENT PROFILE IMTAP Holly Tuesday Baxter, Julie Allis Berghofer, Lesa MacEwan, Judy Nelson, Kasi Peters, and Penny Roberts Foreword by Ronald Borczon 2007 | 192pp | £47.99 | $90.00 pb-9781843108665 | eBook-9781846427466
METHODS, TECHNIQUES AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS FOR MUSIC THERAPY CLINICIANS, EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS Edited by Felicity Baker and Tony Wigram 2005 | 288pp | £19.99 | $35.00 pb-9781843103561 | eBook-9781846421440
This essential resource explores songwriting in music therapy, with reference to case examples. This comprehensive and groundbreaking book describes the effective use of songwriting in music therapy with a variety of client populations, from children with cancer and adolescents in secondary school to people with traumatic brain injury and mental health problems. The authors explain the specific considerations to bear in mind when working with particular client groups to achieve the best clinical outcomes. All the contributors are experienced music therapy clinicians and researchers. They provide many case examples from clinical practice to illustrate the therapeutic methods being used, together with notated examples of songs produced in therapy. Particular emphasis is placed on how lyrics and music are created, including the theoretical approaches underpinning this process. This practical book will prove indispensable to students, clinical therapists, music therapists, educators, teachers and musicians.
An in-depth assessment protocol developed for use in paediatric and adolescent settings, providing a clear profile of each client over time, with an accompanying CD-ROM to chart client data. The IMTAP is an in-depth assessment protocol developed by expert music therapists. It provides a clear profile of each client over time in pediatric and adolescent settings. Therapists can use the CD-ROM to keep client details and build charts showing progress and areas to work on (not recommended for Macs operating on Lion OS or later systems).
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MUSIC THERAPY TOOLBOX RECEPTIVE METHODS IN MUSIC THERAPY
TECHNIQUES AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS FOR MUSIC THERAPY CLINICIANS, EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS Denise Grocke and Tony Wigram 2006 | 288pp | £21.99 | $34.95 pb-9781843104131 | eBook-9781846425851
An essential practical resource on receptive listening methods in music therapy.
This practical book describes the specific use of receptive (listening) methods and techniques in music therapy clinical practice and research, including relaxation with music for children and adults, the use of visualisation and imagery, music and collage, song-lyric discussion, vibroacoustic applications, music and movement techniques, and other forms of aesthetic listening to music. The authors explain these receptive methods of intervention using a format that enables practitioners to apply them in practice and make informed choices about music suitable for each of the different techniques. Protocols are described step-by-step, with reference to the necessary environment, conditions, skills and appropriate musical material. Receptive Methods in Music Therapy will prove indispensable to music therapy students, practitioners, educators and researchers.
A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO MUSIC THERAPY
THEORY, CLINICAL PRACTICE, RESEARCH AND TRAINING Tony Wigram, Inge Nygaard Pedersen and Lars Ole Bonde 2002 | 384pp | £29.99 | $49.95 pb-9781843100836 | eBook-9781846423499
A detailed exploration of music therapy, including guidance on theory, research and practice.
MELODY IN MUSIC THERAPY A THERAPEUTIC NARRATIVE ANALYSIS Gudrun Aldridge and David Aldridge
Music therapists, as in medical and paramedical professions, have a rich diversity of approaches and methods, often developed with specific relevance to meet the needs of a certain client population. This book reflects the many components of such diversity, and is a thoroughly comprehensive guide to accessing and understanding the ideas, theory, research results and clinical outcomes that are the foundations of this field. Providing a detailed insight into the field of music therapy from an international perspective, this book enables the reader to see the complete picture of the multifaceted and fascinating world that is music therapy.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR MUSIC THERAPY CLINICIANS, EDUCATORS, AND STUDENTS Tony Wigram 2004 | 240pp | £19.99 | $32.95 pb-9781843100485 | eBook-9781846420801
This practical guide explores improvisation in music therapy, with explanation of techniques, methods and examples.
Improvisation plays a key role in the toolbox of the music therapist. Tony Wigram’s practical and comprehensive guide and online resources will prove indispensable to students, teachers, therapists and musicians as a book of musical techniques and therapeutic methods. Beginning with an overview of developing, teaching and analysing the skills of improvisation, Wigram describes techniques ranging from warming up to mirroring, rhythmic grounding, containing and holding. With specific sections on piano improvisation, chordal and 2-, 3- and 4- note improvisation are covered, in addition to advanced skills such as frameworking and transitions. Wigram also includes techniques for thematic improvisation, group improvisation and outlines methods for analysing and reporting improvisational processes. Notated examples allow readers to try out techniques and progress as they read, with audio examples on the accompanying CD adding another dimension to the structure and guidance provided for all levels of music student and therapist. MUSIC THERAPY IN HEALTH AND EDUCATION Edited by Margaret Heal and Tony Wigram
2008 | 344pp | £22.99 | $39.95 pb-9781853027550 | eBook-9781846427626
1993 | 304pp | £25.00 | $47.95 pb-9781853021756 | eBook-9780857000019
An exploration of how client melodies in improvisation can explain how they find their own voice, determine their position in relation to the world and relate to their therapist.
This international volume reflects the breadth and scope of music therapy clinical practice and research with clients groups ranging from children with developmental disorders to older adults with dementia.
ROOTS OF MUSICALIT Y MUSIC THERAPY AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Daniel Perret Foreword by Colwyn Trevarthen 2005 | 192pp | £19.99 | $32.95 pb-9781843103363 | eBook-9781846420900
An accessible and original theoretical approach to a holisitic music therapy based on the notion of musicality as an expression of self, with the power to energise, balance and harmonise.
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FLUTE, ACCORDION OR CLARINET?
USING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF OUR INSTRUMENTS IN MUSIC THERAPY Edited by Amelia Oldfield, Jo Tomlinson and Dawn Loombe Foreword by Sarah Rodgers 2015 | 344pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849053983 | eBook-9780857007667
The first music therapy book to bring together accounts of clinical work with a wide range of musical instruments. Music therapists are trained to use their first study instrument in clinical practice, yet existing literature focuses almost exclusively on the use of piano, basic percussion and voice.This illuminating book brings together international music therapists who use a diverse range of musical instruments in their clinical work: the clarinet, the piano accordion, the flute, the cello, the trumpet and flugelhorn, the bassoon, the violin, the viola, the harp, the guitar, lower brass instruments (the trombone and the euphonium), the oboe, the saxophone and bass instruments (double bass and bass guitar). Each therapist reflects on their relationship with their instrument and the ways in which they use it in therapeutic settings, discussing its advantages and disadvantages in a variety of clinical populations: children and adolescents, adults with learning disabilities, adults with mental health problems and older people.This will be essential reading for any music therapist or student music therapist who uses or is interested in using a musical instrument in their work, and will be of interest to other caring and healthcare professionals, teachers, musicians and carers wanting to learn more about instrumental music therapy.
BASIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR THE MUSIC THERAPIST Daniel J. Schneck
2015 | 352pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849057561 | eBook-9780857009920
The essential elements of anatomy and physiology fundamental to the practice of music therapy. This clear and accessible book presents key information about the anatomy and physiology of the human body for the music therapist, focusing on areas of particular relevance to their practice. This information is vital for both music therapy students and practitioners.
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SPECIALIST APPROACHES MICROANALYSIS IN MUSIC THERAPY METHODS, TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS FOR CLINICIANS, RESEARCHERS, EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS Edited by Thomas Wosch and Tony Wigram Foreword by Barbara L Wheeler 2007 | 328pp | £29.99 | $49.95 pb-9781843104698 | eBook-9781846426674
In this accessible and important book, contributors explain micro process analysis and how it applies in different contexts. The contributors to this groundbreaking book look at methods of micro process analyses used in a variety of music therapy contexts, both clinical and research-based. They outline their methods and also give examples of the practical application of microanalysis from their clinical experience.
TRANSFORMATIVE IMAGERY CULTIVATING THE IMAGINATION FOR HEALING, CHANGE, AND GROWTH Edited by Leslie Davenport Foreword by Martin L. Rossman
APR 2016 | 352pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849057424 | eBook-9781784501754
A multi-disciplinary guide to mental imagery and the boundless applications for health, healing, and personal and social change. Transformative Imagery brings together the voices of instrumental figures in guided imagery to provide professionals with an extensive, detailed overview of the proven transformational potential of imagery. Key chapters demonstrate how this can be integrated with conventional medicine to benefit patients and clients in any setting.
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SPECIALIST APPROACHES GUIDED IMAGERY & MUSIC (GIM) AND MUSIC IMAGERY METHODS FOR INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP THERAPY Edited by Denise Grocke and Torben Moe Foreword by Cathy McKinney 2015 | 400pp | £29.99 | $45.00 pb-9781849054836 | eBook-9780857008770
BIO-GUIDED MUSIC THERAPY A PRACTITIONER’S GUIDE TO THE CLINICAL INTEGRATION OF MUSIC AND BIOFEEDBACK Eric B. Miller Foreword by C. Norman Shealy,Joseph P. Scartelli 2011 | 256pp | £19.99 | $32.95 pb-9781849058445 | eBook-9780857004734
A practical guide to integrating biofeedback techniques into music therapy practice.
Edited volume articulating a spectrum of approaches in which music and imagery are used therapeutically. This edited volume systematically describes the major adaptations of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery which accommodate a variety of contexts and client groups. The international contributors, who each use these adaptations in their own clinical practice, provide theoretical and practical details of the approach used for their client group. CASE STUDY DESIGNS IN MUSIC THERAPY Edited by David Aldridge
2004 | 288pp | £21.99 | $37.95 pb-9781843101406 | eBook-9781846420009
A well-exampled reference source presenting the unique advantages of case study designs in music therapy.
MUSIC THERAPY THEORY MUSIC THERAPY IN CONTEXT
THE MUSIC IN MUSIC THERAPY
MUSIC, MEANING AND RELATIONSHIP Mercédès Pavlicevic
PSYCHODYNAMIC MUSIC THERAPY IN EUROPE: CLINICAL, THEORETICAL AND RESEARCH APPROACHES Edited by Jos De Backer and Julie Sutton Foreword by Paul Williams
1997 | 224pp | £17.99 | $31.95 pb-9781853024344 | eBook-9780857000781
A comprehesive handbook on music therapy, developmental psychology and music therapy. By drawing extensively from current literature on music and developmental psychology, music therapy, psychotherapy and music theory, this book encourages music therapists not to compromise the musical process at the heart of their practice, but to use these with authority - the authority that this book seeks to provide.
MUSIC THERAPY: INTIMATE NOTES Mercédès Pavlicevic
1999 | 160pp | £16.99 | $27.95 pb-9781853026928 | eBook-9781846427046
The stories of powerful encounters between nine music therapists and their clients. The stories and reflections in this book describe powerful encounters between nine music therapists and clients. The stories reveal the passion and integrity of nine music therapists who undergo profound changes as a result of their work. The book provides a lively and informal theoretical foundation, connecting music to our intimate lives. ANALYTICAL MUSIC THERAPY Edited by Johannes Th. Eschen 2002 | 224pp | £27.99 | $44.95 pb-9781843100584 | eBook-9781846423345
An examination of the origins and theory of analytical music therapy and its applications in various contexts techniques into music therapy practice.
BESTSELLER enabled by music.
2014 | 368pp | £29.99 | $49.95 pb-9781849053532 | eBook-9780857007124
Insight into the aspects of the therapeutic process which are
Bringing together a wide range of European thought on music therapy practice, this book provides a deeper insight into the aspects of the therapeutic process which are enabled by music. With a theoretical, psychodynamic approach and high quality clinical case material from across Europe, the editors stress the role of music within music therapy and show how essential the musician is within the identity of a music therapist. The first of its kind, this comprehensive text is an invaluable resource for experienced music therapists worldwide, alongside students and trainees.
CONSTRUCTING MUSICAL HEALING THE WOUNDS THAT SING June Boyce-Tillman 2000 | 304pp | £27.99 | $44.95 pb-9781853024832 | eBook-9781846428616
A wide-ranging and rich mix of psychological, ethnomusicological, philosophical, educational, mythological and theological material is used to draw together a theory of what actually occurs when music is associated with therapeutic intention.
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MUSIC THERAPY THEORY THE MUSIC OF BEING
MUSIC THERAPY, WINNICOTT AND THE SCHOOL OF OBJECT RELATIONS Alison Levinge 2015 | 176pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781849055765 | eBook-9781784500191
Child development theory (DWWinnicott, JBowlby, APhillips and KBollas) as it applies to music therapy practice.
This book explores how the work of key child development theorists informs music therapy practice with children and families. Focusing primarily on the theoretical thinking and understanding of the paediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott, Alison Levinge highlights how his theories resonate with the central aspects of music therapy. Central to the book are Winnicott’s ideas on play and an exploration of his understanding of the psychological processes of ‘holding’. Winnicott’s theories are given greater depth and understanding by referencing the writings of Adam Phillips and Christopher Bollas. Consideration of relevant aspects of Bowlby’s theories will also be included.
Knowledge of these theories of child development helps to support understanding of the music therapy process, making this book vital reading for both students and practitioners of music therapy. In this important book Alison Levinge provides some powerful insights, from her perspective as a music therapist, into the work of one the 20th century’s most innovative psychoanalysts. Of particular value to music therapists will be her understanding of Winnicott’s recognition of the centrality of unspoken experience to the therapeutic process, and her emphasis on the importance of ‘play’, in every sense. This book will not only be a resource for students of music therapy: it will be something for all music therapists to return to throughout professional life.’ Eleanor Richards, Senior Lecturer in Music Therapy, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
VOICEWORK THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF VOCAL PSYCHOTHERAPY SONGS OF THE SELF Diane Austin
2009 | 224pp | £22.50 | $45.00 pb-9781843108788 | eBook-9781846429415
An accessible book on the voicebased model of pyschotherapy. This book demonstrates the enormous possibilities for personal change and growth using a new, voice-based model of psychotherapy where the sounds of the voice are expressed, listened to and interpreted in order to access unconscious aspects of the self and retrieve memories, images and feelings from the past.
VOICEWORK IN MUSIC THERAPY
RESEARCH AND PRACTICE Edited by Felicity Baker and Sylka Uhlig Foreword by Diane Snow Austin 2011 | 368pp | £29.99 | $49.95 pb-9781849051651 | eBook-9780857004802
This comprehensive book describes the role of voicework in music therapy, inlcuding an exploration of evidence based practice, methods and research. Compiling a wealth of international evidence-based practice, this book offers detailed descriptions of clinical methods that are grounded in research. Chapters are grouped into structured and unstructured approaches for use with clients of all ages. This book will be invaluable for any student, practitioner or researcher exploring voicework.
BREATH IN ACTION
THE ART OF BREATH IN VOCAL AND HOLISTIC PRACTICE Edited by Jane Boston and Rena Cook Foreword by Cicely Berry 2009 | 256pp | £17.99 | $28.95 pb-9781843109426 | eBook-9781846429484
A wealth of information and strategies on the art of breath and vocal communication. Breath in Action looks at the significance of breath to human life - not just the simple fact that if we stop breathing, we die, but also the more subtle ways in which our breath interacts with our voice and our being. Written by experts in vocal and holistic practice, the book is divided into four sections: Breath and the Body; Breath and the Mind; Breath and Holistic Practice; Breath and Performance. It offers the latest theories from a variety of disciplines on how we can be taught to breathe better so as to communicate better, act or sing better, feel better, live better. Combining theory with practice, many of the chapters also offer clearly laid out breathing exercises and techniques. Interdisciplinary in its focus, Breath in Action adds to specialist knowledge in the performance field, whilst also offering enlightening information for those interested in therapeutic and healing processes, movement, and voice and speech sciences.
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VOICEWORK PRINCIPLES OF THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE
ADOLESCENTS, MUSIC AND MUSIC THERAPY
2013 | 200pp | £9.99 | $15.95 pb-9781848191280 | eBook-9780857011053
2010 | 304pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849050197 | eBook-9780857003768
A definitive overview of the Alexander technique which will be of interest to anyone considering options for treatment.
A groundbreaking book offering helpful guidance to all music therapists working with adolescent clients.
WHAT IT IS, HOW IT WORKS, AND WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU SECOND EDITION Jeremy Chance
This introductory guide presents an overview of the Alexander technique which teaches us how to co-ordinate mind and body effectively so that our thinking is clarified and our movements become naturally lighter. Encompassing everything from teaching lineages to how to find a practitioner, it provides all the key information on the topic.
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR CLINICIANS, EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS Katrina McFerran
Helpful and accessible, the book explains the methodology used in music therapy, a topic that has been considered only briefly until now. The author presents an empowering approach to practice, discussing how the therapist can be placed in a collaborative relationship with the individual or with the group.
MUSIC THERAPY SOCIAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT AND DOCUMENTATION MANUAL (MTSSA)
CLINICAL GUIDELINES FOR GROUP WORK WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS Jenni Rook, Rebecca West, Jeffrey Wolfe, Pan Ho, Alana Dennis, Yayoi Nakai-Hosoe and Kimberly Peyton
MULTIMODAL PSYCHIATRIC MUSIC THERAPY FOR ADULTS, ADOLESCENTS, AND CHILDREN A CLINICAL MANUAL THIRD EDITION Michael D. Cassity and Julia E. Cassity
2014 | 200pp | £39.99 | $65.00 pb-9781849059855 |
2006 | 272pp | £27.99 | $44.95 pb-9781843108313 |
Comprehensive handbook for assessing and documenting social skill development in group music therapy for children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
Manual of successful music therapy techniques with case studies illustrating assessments and treatments in a variety of clinical issues and age ranges.
This comprehensive handbook provides adaptable assessment and documentation processes for social skill development in music therapy group sessions for children with developmental disabilities. It also includes a CD-ROM of forms and tools, as well as songs that help to facilitate social interaction.
MUSIC THERAPY IN SCHOOLS
INTERACTIVE MUSIC THERAPY IN CHILD AND FAMILY PSYCHIATRY
With an insight into recent changes and new emerging trends in the area.
CLINICAL PRACTICE, RESEARCH AND TEACHING Amelia Oldfield Foreword by Jo Holmes
MUSIC THERAPY WITH CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES
2006 | 224pp | £19.99 | $31.95 pb-9781843104445 | eBook-9781846425486
This practical book outlines and explains the rationale for using music therapy in child and family psychiatry.
WORKING WITH CHILDREN OF ALL AGES IN MAINSTREAM AND SPECIAL EDUCATION Edited by Jo Tomlinson, Philippa Derrington and Amelia Oldfield Foreword by Frankie Williams 2011 | 256pp | £25.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849050005 | eBook-9780857004741
Edited by Amelia Oldfield and Claire Flower 2008 | 208pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781843105817 | eBook-9781846428012
Approaches to family with different client groups and the importance and benefits of involving the family in a child’s music therapy.
GROUPWORK COMMUNITY MUSIC THERAPY Mercédès Pavlicevic and Gary Ansdell
2004 | 320pp | £22.99 | $38.95 pb-9781843101246 | eBook-9781846420498
Contributions by music therapists from around the world on their roles and the different ways music therapy can reflect and encourage social change.
Music therapists from around the world working in conventional and unconventional settings have offered their contributions to this exciting new book, presenting discussion and practical examples of the ways music therapy can reflect and encourage social change. The writers offer fresh perceptions on their identity and role as music therapists.
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GROUPWORK GROUPS IN MUSIC STRATEGIES FROM MUSIC THERAPY Mercédès Pavlicevic
2003 | 256pp | £19.99 | $31.95 pb-9781843100812 | eBook-9781846424021
A broad-based description, analysis and guide to the practice of group music therapy, drawing on the author’s own extensive experience. Music therapist Mercédès Pavlicevic develops a broadbased discourse to describe, analyse and guide the practice of group musicking, drawing on her own extensive experience. The text is illustrated with vignettes drawn from a range of formal and informal settings. If you’re involved in any kind of group musicking, this book is for you.
GROUP MUSIC ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Maria Ramey 2011 | 176pp | £25.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849058575 | eBook-9780857004345
A versatile collection of 100 group music activities designed specifically for adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders. Musical games and activities can significantly improve the social, emotional, cognitive and motor skills of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. However, many music therapy resources are written with children in mind, and it can be difficult to find suitable age-appropriate activity ideas for adults. This versatile collection of 100 group music activities is the perfect sourcebook to provide insight to music therapists who are new to working with this client group, and inspiration to those familiar with working with adults but in need of fresh ideas. Each activity is developed in depth, with clear goals and instructions, and includes easy adaptations to suit a wide range of ability levels. With accompanying CD and sheet music, this book contains a ready supply of lively and original songs that can be used by practitioners of all musical abilities.
NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS MUSIC THERAPY METHODS IN NEUROREHABILITATION
A CLINICIAN’S MANUAL Felicity Baker and Jeanette Tamplin Foreword by Barbara L Wheeler 2006 | 256pp | £29.99 | $56.95 pb-9781843104124 | eBook-9781846425363
Comprehensive guidance for clinicians on the application of music therapy methods in neurorehabilitation. The value of music therapy in neurological rehabilitation is increasingly recognised and this practical manual provides comprehensive guidance for clinicians on the application of music therapy methods in neurorehabilitation.
step-by-step instructions and guidelines on how to implement music therapy techniques for a range of therapeutic needs. Photographs clearly illustrate interventions for physical rehabilitation, for example through the use of musical instruments to encourage targeted movement. The chapter on cognitive rehabilitation includes resources and lists suitable songs for use in immediate memory or abstract thinking tasks, among others. In her chapter on paediatric patients, Jeanette Kennelly demonstrates how procedures can be adapted for working clinically with children. A comprehensive list of terminology commonly used in neurological rehabilitation is also included. Music Therapy Methods in Neurorehabilitation will prove an invaluable reference book for music therapy clinicians and students. It is also suitable for work with other populations, in particular for work in special education.
Felicity Baker and Jeanette Tamplin combine research findings with their own clinical experience and present MUSIC THERAPY AND NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION
MUSIC THERAPY AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
PERFORMING HEALTH Edited by David Aldridge
A LIGHT ON A DARK NIGHT Simon Gilbertson and David Aldridge
2005 | 272pp | £19.99 | $36.95 pb-9781843103028 | eBook-9781846421389
2008 | 160pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781843106654 | eBook-9781846428289
Music therapy as an effective intervention in neurological rehabilitation, successfully restoring the performance of identity.
Holistic approach for clinican in practice and a vision of the integral role of music therapy in the successful rehabilitation from brain injury.
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MUSIC THERAPY AND MENTAL HEALTH MUSIC, MUSIC THERAPY AND TRAUMA
MUSIC AND ALTERED STATES
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES Edited by Julie P. Sutton
CONSCIOUSNESS, TRANSCENDENCE, THERAPY AND ADDICTIONS Edited by David Aldridge and Jörg Fachner
2002 | 272pp | £19.99 | $37.95 pb-9781843100270 | eBook-9781846423321
2005 | 208pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781843103738 | eBook-9781846424649
Addresses the need for an exploration of current thinking on music and trauma.
This international collection examines the opportunities for using music-induced states of altered consciousness to promote physical and mental healing, treat substance dependence, and in spiritual and palliative care.
MUSIC THERAPY AND ADDICTIONS Edited by David Aldridge and Jörg Fachner 2010 | 176pp | £18.99 | $34.95 pb-9781849050128 | eBook-9780857002945
FORENSIC MUSIC THERAPY
This research-based, practical book demonstrates how music and music therapy can be applied in a variety of addiction treatment settings to being about therapeutic change.
A TREATMENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN IN SECURE HOSPITAL SETTINGS Edited by Stella Compton Dickinson, Helen Odell-Miller and John Adlam
Foreword by Estela Welldon
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MUSIC THERAPY IN PSYCHIATRY
2012 | 256pp | £24.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849052528 | eBook-9780857005397
Edited by Tony Wigram and Jos De Backer
Diverse approaches in music therapy for use with a variety of client groups including adult offenders and those with mental illnesses.
1999 | 300pp | £23.95 | $42.95 pb-9781853027338 |
An anthology showcasing the benefits of blending psychotherapeutic theory with clinical music therapy.
PLAY THERAPY INCLUSION, PLAY AND EMPATHY NEUROAFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN’S GROUPS Edited by Susan Hart Foreword by Phyllis Booth
SEP 2016 | 352pp | £22.99 | $39.95 pb-9781785920066 | eBook-9781784502430
Use play and interactions within children’s groups to encourage the development of their social and emotional skills, including the capacity for compassion and empathy. Contributions from early childhood educators, teachers, psychologists, music therapists, occupational therapists, and psychotherapists highlight the crucial role that early relationships and interactions in group settings play in the development of children’s personal, emotional and social skills. The book features the latest research and methods for successfully encouraging the development of these skills in groups of children aged 4-12. It explores how play within children’s groups can be facilitated in order to foster emotional and empathic capacities, how to overcome common challenges to inclusion in schools and introduces practical, creative approaches to cultivating a sense of unity and team spirit in children’s groups. This passionate book offers numerous creative and playful practices and innovative educational interventions for all those working with children in groups - be that teachers, mental health practitioners and allied professionals. Its richness lies in the diverse approaches presented and developed in different cultures and settings, but all with the main aim of stimulating the improvement of children’s emotional, empathic and social learning. Essential reading for all those who believe that inclusive schools need to focus at least as much on promoting emotional and relational competencies as they do on cognitive and academic achievements.’ Prof. Dr. E. Asen, M.D., FRCPsych Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families University College London
PLAY AND ART IN CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY AN EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY APPROACH Ellen G. Levine
2014 | 288pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849055048 | eBook-9780857009197
Through a series of case studies looking at the use of play and the arts in therapeutic work with children and their parents, Ellen G. Levine draws out the guiding principles and practices of expressive arts therapy and discusses the themes that regularly emerge in sessions with children and their families.
A look at how art-making and imaginary play can provide a space for children to metabolize their experiences in clinical settings.
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PLAY THERAPY THE ROLE OF PLAY IN AWAKENING BEING Di Gammage AUG 2017 | 240pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849051507 | eBook-9780857003508
Revealing study on how to use play and arts therapies with Buddhist psychotherapy to help clients heal and achieve greater emotional wellbeing. Many in the field of therapy are arriving at the realisation that healing needs to bring together not only our social, emotional, physical and intellectual sides but also our spiritual beings. Play in its many manifestations of art, drama, movement, and ritual can allow us to reach a level of emotional openness, interconnectedness and fundamental happiness. This book describes personal accounts of healing through Buddhist psychotherapy and the arts therapies, in particular, play and dramatherapy to showcase highly effective, multi-dimensional therapeutic techniques. The Core Process, Buddhist-oriented approach to psychotherapy is integrated with creative arts therapy to explore play as a gateway to our deeper Being or Buddha Nature. Play is introduced as a crucial and intrinsic therapeutic tool that not only pertains to childhood but extends throughout the life cycle and manifests as drama, art, sculpture, music, dance, story, ritual. This book will be an eye-opening resource for arts therapists, counsellors and psychotherapists and those interested in the fields of therapy and spirituality, especially Buddhism.
DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES KIDS, MUSIC ‘N’ AUTISM BRINGING OUT THE MUSIC IN YOUR CHILD Dorita S. Berger NOV 2016 | 168pp | £10.99 | $17.95 pb-9781785927164 | eBook-9781784503147
Helping children with autism to enjoy music and develop their musical interests regardless of their abilities, while overcoming obstacles to participation in music-based activities. Many children with autism feel a natural connection with music, but don’t always find it easy to participate in musical activities. Packed with tips, advice and activities, this book shows how music and rhythm can help with brain development and quality of life, and how to encourage a genuine enjoyment of music. Dr Berger draws on her many years of experience in music-based clinical work, teaching and coaching, to answer common questions regarding musical interactions for children with autism. From what instrument to choose, how to find the right teacher, how to get your child to practice music, and even taking children to public music events, this book has all the essential information for you to dip into as and when needed. With practical information to help you solve problems that may arise, such as sensory overload, let this book guide you and your child towards positive interactions with music, regardless of whether or not they have prior musical abilities.
EURHYTHMICS FOR AUTISM AND OTHER NEUROPHYSIOLOGIC DIAGNOSES A SENSORIMOTOR MUSICBASED TREATMENT APPROACH Dorita S. Berger Foreword by Stephen M. Shore 2015 | 264pp | £19.99 | $35.00 pb-9781849059893 | eBook-9780857009050
A music and movement based approach to improving sensory integration and addressing motor irregularities in children and adults with autism and related diagnoses. The theory and practice of incorporating Eurhythmics movement in music-based sessions. Session plans and case studies are included to illustrate how the treatment can be used with a range of cognitive and sensory issues, such as autism, dementia, PTSD, stroke, and cerebral palsy.
DEVELOPMENTAL SPEECH-LANGUAGE TRAINING THROUGH MUSIC FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS THEORY AND CLINICAL APPLICATION Hayoung A. Lim Foreword by Karen Epps Miller 2011 | 208pp | £23.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849058490 | eBook-9780857004154
Showcasing music as an effective way of enhancing the speech and language skills of children with ASD.
INTERACTIVE MUSIC THERAPY - A POSITIVE APPROACH MUSIC THERAPY AT A CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Amelia Oldfield Foreword by Fatima Janjua 2006 | 224pp | £19.99 | $36.95 pb-9781843103097 | eBook-9781846425288
How to establish a constructive musical dialogue with children that emphasises positive experiences, fosters trust and allow feelings to be expressed through music.
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DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES MUSIC, LANGUAGE AND AUTISM
EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC THERAPY AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
EXCEPTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR EXCEPTIONAL MINDS Adam Ockelford Foreword by Francesca Happé
DEVELOPING POTENTIAL IN YOUNG CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES Edited by Petra Kern and Marcia Humpal Foreword by David Aldridge
2012 | 304pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849052412 | eBook-9780857004857
Music therapy interventions for therapists working with children with ASDs and their families. This comprehensive book includes an overview of recent developments in ASD and effective music therapy interventions based on ASD-specific approaches, instructional strategies and techniques for use in children’s natural environments. Therapists wishing to conduct family-centered practice and to support parents integrate music into home routines will find a wealth of information, together with insights from music therapists who are parents of children with ASD. The book also looks at collaboration and consultation with interdisciplinary team members, including early childhood educators, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists. Case scenarios, examples, checklists, charts, tip sheets, music scores, and online resources make this book accessible for everyone. Throughout the book’s sixteen chapters, renowned experts share knowledge and practical applications that will give music therapists, students, professionals, educators, families and anyone interested in working with young children with ASD, a detailed understanding of the implementation and range of music therapy practices that can benefit these children and their families.
MUSIC FOR SPECIAL KIDS MUSICAL ACTIVITIES, SONGS, INSTRUMENTS AND RESOURCES Pamela Ott 2011 | 192pp | £15.99 | $24.95 pb-9781849058582 | eBook-9780857004260
Tips, activities and songs for using music to engage with children with special needs for fun and development.
Music is a powerful means of engaging children with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down’s Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. This lively music activity book shows how music can be an effective and enjoyable way to enhance the education and development of children with special needs. Packed with inspiring tips, activities and song ideas, this practical resource will have everybody singing, clapping and playing along! It explains simple and fun ways of using songs, instruments and musical games to connect with children of all levels of ability, and includes helpful rhythm worksheets and sheet music. There is a wide range of suggestions for songs and activities that encourage communication, increase selfesteem, stimulate fine and gross motor skills and motor coordination, and promote relaxation.
2013 | 272pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849051972 | eBook-9780857004284
How music and language ‘work’ as communication and how music can support learning and language development.
Children with autism often have an intense natural musicality. This book explains how music and language ‘work’ as systems of communication, and why music holds such a fascination for many young people on the autism spectrum. There are strategies for showing how music can be used to support language development and even substitute for verbal communication. Exploring the progression from a young child’s intuitive engagement with music, to using it as a scaffold for communication, socialisation and understanding, the book illustrates, through the use of detailed case studies, how music nurtures a sense of self and provides a positive outlet to express inner thoughts and feelings without resorting to challenging or even destructive behaviours. Presenting an innovative approach to the use of music with people on the autism spectrum, this book will be a fascinating resource for speech and language therapists, music therapists, occupational therapists, teachers, teaching assistants, educational psychologists, carers and parents of people with autism.
MUSIC AND THE SOCIAL MODEL AN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST’S APPROACH TO MUSIC WITH PEOPLE LABELLED AS HAVING LEARNING DISABILITIES Jane Q. Williams 2013 | 216pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781849053068 | eBook-9780857006363
Empowering people with learning difficulties to experience and enjoy music.
MUSIC FOR LIFE ASPECTS OF CREATIVE MUSIC THERAPY WITH ADULT CLIENTS Gary Ansdell 1995 | 240pp | £19.99 | $36.95 pb-9781853022999 |
Creative Music Therapy with adult clients with learning difficulties, chronic illness, and mental health and psychosocial problems. Includes MP3 files.
MUSIC THERAPY, SENSORY INTEGRATION AND THE AUTISTIC CHILD Dorita S. Berger
2002 | 256pp | £19.99 | $32.95 pb-9781843107002 | eBook-9781846427121
For parents and professionals who want to use music therapeutically with children on the Autism spectrum.
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DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER AND LEARNING DIFFICULTIES THE MUSIC EFFECT
LET’S ALL LISTEN
MUSIC PHYSIOLOGY AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS Daniel J. Schneck and Dorita S. Berger Illustrated by Geoffrey Rowland
SONGS FOR GROUP WORK IN SETTINGS THAT INCLUDE STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND AUTISM Pat Lloyd
2005 | 272pp | £19.99 | $31.95 pb-9781843107712 | eBook-9781846424625
This book explains how music in processed by and affects the body, and how it can be applied in a range of physiological and psychological conditions.
PIED PIPER MUSICAL ACTIVITIES TO DEVELOP BASIC SKILLS John Bean and Amelia Oldfield
Foreword by Adam Ockelford
2007 | 144pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781843105831 | eBook-9781846427244 46 songs composed or adapted for use with children with communication problems.
I DREAMED I WAS NORMAL A MUSIC THERAPIST’S JOURNEY INTO THE REALMS OF AUTISM Ginger Clarkson
2001 | 96pp | £16.99 | $26.95 pb-9781853029943 |
2005 | 128pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781581060072 |
78 enjoyable music activities for groups of children or adults who may have learning difficulties.
3 detailed case studies demonstrate how the Nordoff Robbins and Helen Bonny methods of music therapy can be adapted successfully for use as an intervention for ASDs.
MAKING MUSIC WITH THE YOUNG CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS A GUIDE FOR PARENTS SECOND EDITION Elaine Streeter 2001 | 64pp | £13.99 | $22.95 pb-9781853029608 | eBook-9780857002334
Musical activities and guidance to encourage child development and language and communication skills.
100 LEARNING GAMES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS WITH MUSIC, MOVEMENT, SOUNDS AND...SILENCE Johanne Hanko
2011 | 128pp | £15.99 | $24.95 pb-9781849052474 | eBook-9780857005359
Games and activities to engage in play and foster learning and development.
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF MUSIC THERAPY IN DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILIT Y, PAEDIATRICS AND NEUROLOGY Edited by Tony Wigram and Jos De Backer Foreword by Colwyn Trevarthen 1999 | 286pp | £22.50 | $42.95 pb-9781853027345 |
Articulates the rationale in music therapy intervention and informs practitioners how it can be of benefit for their client group.
DEMENTIA END OF LIFE CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH Laura Middleton-Green, Jane Chatterjee, Sarah Russell and Murna Downs
NOV 2016 | 176pp | £16.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849050470 |
A good practice guide to ensuring the best possible care for people with dementia at the end of life. People with dementia need increasingly specialised support as they approach the end of life, and so too do their families and the professionals working with them. This book describes not only what can be done to ensure maximum quality of life for those in the final stages of the illness, but also how best to support those involved in caring for them. Emphasising the importance of being attuned to the experiences and needs of the person with dementia, the authors explain why and how they should be included in decisions relating to their end of life care. Practical strategies for ensuring physical and emotional wellbeing are provided, drawing on useful examples from practice and providing solutions to potential challenges that carers and family members will face. Dilemmas surrounding end of life care are explored in detail, including the moral dilemma of medical intervention, and the authors suggest ways of supporting family members through the process in terms of providing information, helping them adjust to change and loss, and involving them in their relative’s care, and at how care staff can be supported through appropriate education and training, team building and information-giving. This is an essential resource for anyone who wishes to provide compassionate, person-centred care for a person with dementia as they approach the end of life, including care staff, nurses, social workers and related professionals.
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DEMENTIA POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY APPROACHES TO DEMENTIA Edited by Chris Clarke and Emma Wolverson Foreword by Christine Bryden AUG 2016 | 288pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849056106 | eBook-9781784500771
The first book to explore how positive psychology constructs relate specifically to living well with dementia. As accounts of positive experiences in dementia are increasingly emerging, this book reviews current evidence and explores how psychological constructs such as hope, humour, creativity, spirituality, wisdom, resilience and personal growth may be linked with wellbeing and quality of life in dementia. Expert contributors from a range of academic and clinical backgrounds examine the application of positive psychological concepts to dementia and dementia care practice. The lived experiences of people with dementia are central to the book, and their voices bring life to the ideas explored, highlighting how positive experiences in dementia and dementia care are possible.
A CREATIVE TOOLKIT FOR COMMUNICATION IN DEMENTIA CARE Karrie Marshall 2015 | 200pp | £15.99 | $27.95 pb-9781849056946 | eBook-9781784502065
A wealth of creative, alternative activities proven to help support and communicate with people with mid-to-late stage dementia. How can carers and relatives support a person’s identity, relationships and emotional wellbeing through changes that occur in the later stages of dementia? Drawing on over ten years’ experience of working with people with dementia, Karrie Marshall provides a toolkit of tried and tested creative activities to support communication and relationships. Activities are vast and varied, with outdoor activities such as bird-watching and star-gazing aimed at supporting physical health, artistic activities such as collage creation to support identity, and musical activities such as sounds and voice warm-ups to support self-expression. Marshall also sensitively covers end of life care for people with dementia, explaining how emotional support can be provided through gentle breathing activities and even puppetry, as well as covering the legal importance of power of attorney. A Creative Toolkit for Communication in Dementia Care is a valuable resource for caregivers. You’ll learn important tips for connecting and better communication with someone who has dementia. The book is inspirational, practical, and educational. It demonstrates how creative communications in caregiving can support the well-being of people with dementia.’ Berna Huebner, Founder and Director, Hilgos Foundation
DANCE AND MOVEMENT SESSIONS FOR OLDER PEOPLE
A HANDBOOK FOR ACTIVIT Y COORDINATORS AND CARERS Delia Silvester with Susan Frampton 2013 | 160pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849054706 | eBook-9780857008466
Run safe, rewarding and healthgiving dance and movement sessions with older people with this practical guide. This practical handbook will empower activity coordinators and carers to run safe, rewarding and health-giving dance and movement sessions with older people, including with those who are frail, who have limited mobility or who are living with dementia. The authors describe the many benefits of dance and movement for older people, and address important practical considerations such as carrying out risk assessments, safety issues, adaptations for specific health conditions and disabilities and how to select appropriate props and music. Step-by-step instructions for 20 dances and movements drawn from a wide range of eras, cultures and traditions are then provided. Ranging from Can Can and Charleston to hand jive, morris dancing, sea shanties and traditional hymns with movements, there is something to suit every mood and occasion.
PUPPETRY IN DEMENTIA CARE CONNECTING THROUGH CREATIVIT Y AND JOY Karrie Marshall
2013 | 264pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781849053921 | eBook-9780857008480
Demonstrating the many ways in which puppetry and associated art forms can be used in a personcentred way to communicate and connect with people with dementia; even in the later stages of the disease. Even in the later stages of the disease, when memory, words and relationships are affected, it is possible for people with dementia to express emotions, imagination, humour, sensitivities and personal preferences. This book demonstrates the many ways in which puppetry and associated art forms such as singing and storytelling can be used in a person-centred way to create opportunities for these human responses to emerge. The author describes different scenarios in which puppetry can help facilitate connections, including in response to changes in relationships, communicating when words fail and in times of distress or conflict. She explains how puppets can be used to stimulate memories, celebrate life achievements and promote self-esteem and confidence, as well as with those nearing the end of life as
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DEMENTIA part of palliative care. Strategies for introducing puppetry and other forms of creative stimulation into daily care are suggested, and real examples are used to illustrate how creativity may benefit the person with dementia beyond the immediate session. Step-by-step instructions for making a variety of puppets are also included. This thought-provoking book will be a source of inspiration and practical ideas for care staff and activity coordinators, creative arts therapists, occupational therapists, puppeteers and other artists working in care settings, as well as relatives of people with dementia looking for new ways to connect with their loved ones.
MUSIC THERAPY IN DEMENTIA CARE Edited by David Aldridge
2000 | 256pp | £19.99 | $38.95 pb-9781853027765 |
A comprehensive look at music therapy as a means of improving memory, health and identity in those suffering from dementia. Within the last decade music therapists have developed their work with the elderly and with people with dementia. Drawing on the diverse research and considerable personal experience of contributors from around the world, Music Therapy in Dementia Care takes a comprehensive look at music therapy as a means of improving memory, health and identity in those suffering from dementia - particularly the Alzheimer’s type. It explores the issues which may arise in working with this group, such as coping with wartime memories, and shows how music therapy facilitates and enables communication through sound and movement. This fresh, original book is an interesting and informative read for the caregivers and families of dementia sufferers, and an essential resource for music therapists and all those involved in psychogeriatry.
THE CREATIVE ARTS IN DEMENTIA CARE
PRACTICAL PERSON-CENTRED APPROACHES AND IDEAS Jill Hayes with Sarah Povey Foreword by Shaun McNiff 2010 | 160pp | £18.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849050562 | eBook-9780857002518
Improve emotional and social wellbeing for people with dementia using this creative map of care; including easy-to-follow examples and detailed case studies.
The physical care of people with dementia is of vital importance, but so too is their emotional, social, mental and spiritual wellbeing. The creative arts are gaining increasing recognition not only as a tool for delivering effective person-centred dementia care, but also for attending to soul as well as body.
CONNECTING THROUGH MUSIC WITH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA A GUIDE FOR CAREGIVERS Robin Rio 2009 | 144pp | £14.99 | $23.95 pb-9781843109051 | eBook-9781846427251
How caregivers can use melody or rhythm to connect with someone who may be otherwise non-responsive, and how memories can be stimulated by music that resonates with a part of someone’s past. This user-friendly book demonstrates how even simple sounds and movements can engage people with dementia, promoting relaxation and enjoyment. All that’s needed to succeed is a love of music, and a desire to gain greater communication and more meaningful interaction with people with dementia. The book provides practical advice on using music with people with dementia, and includes a songbook suggesting a range of popular song choices and a chapter focusing on the importance of caregivers looking after themselves as well as the people they care for. Suitable for both family and professional caregivers with no former experience of music therapy, and for music therapy students and entry level professionals, this accessible book will lay bare the secrets of music therapy to all.
Encouraging those who care for people with dementia to develop their own creative skills, this book provides a creative map of care with easy-to-follow examples and detailed case studies. After explaining why adopting a creative approach is central to effective dementia care, the authors go on to discuss meditation, singing, movement and storytelling, describing the therapeutic benefits of each and giving practical examples of how they can be used with individuals or groups. They also look at the importance of creative supervision in promoting creativity and creating a safe space for honest interpersonal connection: an essential foundation for effective teamwork. This book will be an invaluable resource for anyone involved in the care of a person with dementia, including professional staff in residential and nursing homes, hospitals and day centres, families and other nonprofessional carers.
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DEMENTIA CREATIVITY AND COMMUNICATION IN PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA
PLAYFULNESS AND DEMENTIA A PRACTICE GUIDE John Killick
A PRACTICAL GUIDE John Killick and Claire Craig
2012 | 120pp | £16.99 | $27.95 pb-9781849052238 | eBook-9780857004628
2011 | 216pp | £19.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849051132 | eBook-9780857003010
Exploring how creativity can be crucial in maintaining communication in dementia care; including suggestions for a range of settings, and covering all the practical considerations.
Providing people with dementia with opportunities to engage in creative activity can play a crucial role in maintaining and enhancing communication, and in reinforcing personhood and identity. This thoughtful book describes how people with dementia, and the people who work with and care for them, can foster and develop a creative approach, and provides rich and varied ideas for creative activities. The authors explore the concept of creativity - what exactly it is, its particular relevance for people with dementia and how to get into the creative ‘flow’. They introduce a range of creative art forms, including poetry and story-telling, collage, drama, music-making, photography, textiles and working with wood and metal, and suggest possibilities for employing them in a range of settings, and with people of all abilities. Consideration is given to the practicalities of facilitating such creative work, including how to organise and run sessions, how to involve people with dementia and their carers, and how to reflect upon the experience. Practice examples are included throughout the book, as well as the comments and observations of people with dementia, and many examples of the artwork and poetry the authors have created with people with dementia over the years.
Enrich the lives of people with dementia through the use of playfulness and creativity in dementia care. Establishing playfulness as an essential component of dementia care, this positive and uplifting book will be key in changing attitudes and providing ideas for new and valuable ways of interacting and being with individuals with the condition.
John Killick explores the nature of playfulness and the many ways in which it can enrich the lives of people with dementia, including as a means of maintaining relationships and communication, supporting communication and generally lifting the spirits. Specific approaches already in existence are described, including improvised drama, clowning and laughter yoga, and a chapter on the playful approach to art and craft activities is also included. Personal accounts of playfulness by individuals with dementia, relatives and an actor with a decade’s experience of using playful approaches with people with dementia offer rich first-hand insights into its transformative potential. Throughout the book, the importance of spontaneity and of being with the person with dementia in the present moment is emphasised, and the reader is encouraged to develop a playful mindset. Offering a fresh and perhaps unexpected perspective, this book is essential reading for dementia care practitioners and managers, activity coordinators, therapists, people with dementia and their relatives, and anyone else concerned with the wellbeing of those with the condition.
END OF LIFE CARE MULTIFAITH CARE FOR SICK AND DYING CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY GUIDE Paul Nash, Madeleine Parkes and Zamir Hussain 2015 | 224pp | £16.99 | $27.95 pb-9781849056069 | eBook-9781784500726
A comprehensive resource handbook for multifaith care of sick and dying children and their families.
Drawing on extensive, evidencebased research and practice, this practical resource addresses the multi-faith needs of sick and dying children and young people in hospitals and the wider community. Covering Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism, it provides the key information needed to help multi-disciplinary healthcare staff offer the best, culturally-appropriate
care to sick children and their families. The book discusses daily, palliative, end of life and bereavement care in a range of settings, including hospitals, hospices, schools and home. The information provided covers those aspects of the religions discussed that are essential for healthcare staff to understand, including modesty and hygiene, taboos, food and prohibited products, age-related issues, sacred objects, visitors, and the expectations of the family. It includes important information on the issues of disability and mental health in each faith as well as addressing the significance within different faith traditions of the transitions from childhood to adolescence to adulthood. A comprehensive resource that uniquely focuses on the care needs of sick children from different faiths, this book will be of immeasurable value to multi-disciplinary healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, bereavement support and palliative care workers, carers, counsellors, chaplains and arts therapists.
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END OF LIFE CARE END OF LIFE CARE A GUIDE FOR THERAPISTS, ARTISTS AND ARTS THERAPISTS Nigel Hartley 2013 | 272pp | £25.00 | $39.95 pb-9781849051330 | eBook-9780857003362
Introducing end of life care models that address all aspects of a patient’s wellbeing, with an emphasis on the integration of therapy and arts therapies.
The many unfounded myths and fears that surround working with people at the end of their lives are dispelled in this thoughtful book, and the authors provide both practical and emotional support for those involved in caring for dying patients. The book covers everything from the philosophy behind the practice to the diverse roles in the multi-disciplinary team, as well as current challenges and opportunities facing end of life care, with an emphasis on how therapy and arts therapies can be integrated effectively. It also looks at palliative care models that address all aspects of a patient’s wellbeing and conveys the latest research and challenges in the field, bridging the gap between theory and the realities of working with patients on a daily basis. Using material from artists and therapists working in the field, the varying demands of inpatient, outpatient and home care are described, as well as the processes of bereavement, how to handle the practicalities of loss and the help that therapists can give at this stage. How artists and therapists with experience of working at the end of life can be involved in other areas of care such as supporting older people in care homes and those living with dementia is also discussed. Full of professional advice and career guidance, this book will be an invaluable tool for those working with patients nearing the end of life and those considering working in this area, as well as students in training.
MUSICAL ENCOUNTERS WITH DYING STORIES AND LESSONS Islene Runningdeer Foreword by Diana Peirce
2013 | 160pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849059367 | eBook-9780857007483
Through a diverse range of cases, this book demonstrates the benefits of music therapy in end of life care for a wide variety of circumstances and patients. This book explores the supportive role music therapy can play in the end-of-life care. Through real-life accounts, it looks at how to create a therapeutic relationship, help patients to reach final goals, work within cultural contexts and deal with difficult emotions. It also considers how best to support the families of the dying.
THE CREATIVE ARTS IN PALLIATIVE CARE Edited by Nigel Hartley and Malcolm Payne 2008 | 208pp | £19.99 | $36.95 pb-9781843105916 | eBook-9781846428029
Guidance on successful application of the creative arts in palliative care.
FILLING A NEED WHILE MAKING SOME NOISE A MUSIC THERAPIST’S GUIDE TO PEDIATRICS Kathy Irvine Lorenzato 2005 | 144pp | £18.99 | $29.95 pb-9781843108191 | eBook-9781846424472
A vivid picture of what it’s like to work with children and families who are facing tremendous health challenges, and for whom music therapy is part of their treatment or recovery plan.
MUSIC THERAPY IN PALLIATIVE CARE NEW VOICES Edited by David Aldridge 1998 | 176pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781853027390 | eBook-9781846429002
Different approaches working with people who have life-threatening illnesses and with those who are dying in palliative care settings.
GRIEF AND POWERLESSNESS HELPING PEOPLE REGAIN CONTROL OF THEIR LIVES Ruth Bright 1996 | 160pp | £25.00 | $39.95 pb-9781853023866 | eBook-9780857000514
The experience of bereavement and loss in a wide range of contexts, including death and dying, ageing, disability, illness and AIDS and cultural loss.
DYING, BEREAVEMENT AND THE HEALING ARTS Edited by Gillie Bolton
2007 | 216pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781843105169 | eBook-9781846426803
A range of successful programmes pioneered by artists, nurses, musicians, therapists to reflect, explore and heal.
GRIEF UNSEEN HEALING PREGNANCY LOSS THROUGH THE ARTS
2006 | 192pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781843108054 | eBook-9781846424793
Explores childbearing loss and processes of healing.
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RELATED ARTS THERAPY CREATIVE THERAPIES FOR COMPLEX TRAUMA HELPING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN FOSTER CARE, KINSHIP CARE OR ADOPTION Edited by Anthea Hendry and Joy Hasler
MAR 2017 | 208pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785920059 | eBook-9781784502423
Explores the potential of creative therapies to help children to recover from trauma. A burgeoning evidence base supports that arts, play and other creative therapies have potential to help children in foster care, kinship care or adoptive families to recover from complex trauma. Written by contributors working at the cutting edge of delivering effective therapeutic interventions, this innovative book describes models for working with children in foster care, kinship care or adoption. Covering how to assess needs and contextual considerations for working with children and families, this book presents a range of creative therapeutic approaches spanning art psychotherapy, music therapy and dance therapy. It emphasizes the necessity of working with caregivers and other significant adults, as well as the child, to facilitate recovery. The theoretical foundations of attachment, developmental psychology and neurobiology are embedded in each chapter showing how they underpin each of the recommended creative therapies. This book will be suitable for professionals directly employing creative approaches in their practice, such as arts therapists and play therapists, as well as those working with children who are interested in creative alternate approaches, such as psychologists, counsellors, therapists and social workers.
THE ECONOMICS OF THERAPY Edited by Daniel Thomas and Vicky Abad MAY 2017 | 240pp | £22.99 | $37.95 pb-9781849056281 | eBook-9781784502195
A discussion of the economics and ethics of therapeutic practice and how to develop a sustainable business model in the therapeutic profession. When you think of therapy, you don’t often associate the practice with profit; however, ethical economic models are essential in allowing clients the most access to therapy services. Therapists don’t generally have formal training in economics, which can be challenging when developing their professional services. This book offers the fundamentals of micro and macro economics that apply to creating a sustainable and ethical business model that supports the development of the therapeutic profession worldwide. Through economic theory and international case studies, the authors consider the business side of therapeutic service with recommendations for developing an ethical and sustainable practice. With key insights and informative examples, this book will serve as a guide for small business owners looking to develop their therapeutic practice.
EXAMINING OUTSIDER ART AND ART THERAPY SHARED HISTORIES AND CONTEMPORARY ISSUES Rachel Cohen JUN 2017 | 208pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785927393 |
First book to explore the intersection of outsider art and art therapy. Outsider art, traditionally the work of psychiatric patients, offenders and minority groups, and art therapy have shared histories of art created in psychiatric care. As the two fields grow, this book reveals the current issues faced by both disciplines and traces their shared histories to help them build clearer and more coherent identities. More often than not, the history of art therapy has been tied to psychological and psychiatric roots, which has led to problems in defining the field and forced boundaries between what is considered ‘art’ and what is considered ‘art therapy’. Similarly, the name and identity of outsider art is constantly debated. By viewing art therapy and outsider art through their shared histories, this book helps to alleviate the challenges and issues of definition faced by the fields today.
NATURE BASED EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY Sally Atkins and Melia Snyder OCT 2017 | 160pp | £18.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785927263 |
A guide to the theory and practice of a nature-based approach to expressive arts. Using specific case examples and in-depth analysis over a range of performance arts, this book will support instruction of effective movement and the Alexander Technique within different artistic disciplines for students and teachers alike.
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RELATED ARTS THERAPY GALVANIZING PERFORMANCES THE ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE AS A CATALYST FOR EXCELLENCE Edited by Cathy Madden and Kathleen Juhl SEP 2017 | 304pp | £25.00 | $39.95 pb-9781785927201 | eBook-9780857012722
Proposes a new discipline within Alexander Technique practices that focusses on the performing arts. The Alexander Technique is a specific form of bodywork that focusses on alleviating tension through learning and understanding movement. Galvanizing Performances is the first book to use the discoveries of F.M. Alexander to incite excellence in the work of performing artists. Through theatre, music, and dance, the contributors, all artists themselves, demonstrate how deliberate movement can improve an individual’s art and benefit their general health and wellbeing.
THE PLAY OF POIESIS EXPRESSIVE ARTS IN THERAPY, EDUCATION, RESEARCH, SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL CHANGE Edited by Stephen K. Levine and Ellen Levine
JUN 2017 | 384pp | £22.99 | $35.95 pb-9781785922473 |
A comprehensive, up-to-date look at the theory and application of expressive arts in therapy, education, research and social and ecological change.
CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES AND CLIENTS WITH EATING DISORDERS Edited by Annie Heiderscheit
2015 | 416pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849059114 | eBook-9780857006950 Exploring the role of the creative arts in the treatment of eating disorders (EDs). Drawing on the expertise of leading creative arts therapists from around the world, this book provides a comprehensive examination of the role of the creative arts in the treatment of clients with eating disorders (EDs). The book explores how art, dance and movement, drama, music, and poetry therapies have fostered insights, growth, and recovery for patients across ED diagnoses (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and compulsive overeating disorder), and comorbid diagnoses. It illustrates how each creative arts modality is implemented in the ED treatment process and covers a variety of treatment levels (residential, inpatient, intensive outpatient and outpatient). Each chapter is enriched with case illustrations to provide a greater depth of understanding of how the methods are used in clinical practice. This book is an incomparable overview of the value and diverse uses of the creative arts in the treatment of EDs, and it will be of interest to all arts therapists, psychodrama therapists, family therapists, as well as students of these disciplines.
SOUL AND SPIRIT IN DANCE MOVEMENT PSYCHOTHERAPY A TRANSPERSONAL APPROACH Jill Hayes Foreword by Daria Halprin 2013 | 240pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849053082 | eBook-9780857006493
This comprehesive book explores the relationship between imagination and movement to re-unite the soul and spirit. Using a contemporary synthesis of Jungian and PostJungian imaginal perspectives, animate ecological phenomenology, somatics and recent scholarship in dance movement and progressive spiritualities, this unique book discusses how the promotion of a fluid relationship between imagination and movement can bring the mover back into relationship with soul and spirit. This connection with soul and spirit is considered as an essential and powerful resource in mental health. The book provides a rich digest of theory and produces a clear framework for the application of transpersonal theories to Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) practice, writing and research, illustrating the use and value of transpersonal perspectives through detailed case studies. Providing spiritual, soulful and mythological perspectives on DMP rooted in theory and practice, this book will be essential reading for dance movement psychotherapists, drama psychotherapists, expressive arts therapists, and dance movement psychotherapy students, drama psychotherapy students and arts therapy students.
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RELATED ARTS THERAPY ARTS THERAPISTS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY SETTINGS
MINDFULNESS AND THE ARTS THERAPIES
THEORY AND PRACTICE Edited by Laury Rappaport, Ph.D.
WORKING TOGETHER FOR BETTER OUTCOMES Edited by Caroline Miller
2013 | 352pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849059091 | eBook-9780857006882
2015 | 264pp | £19.99 | $32.95 pb-9781849056113 | eBook-9781784500757
An edited collection examining the place of arts therapies in multidisciplinary settings and advocating for the benefits of drama, art, music, play and dance therapies in collaboration with other approaches. An edited collection from art, music, drama, dance and play therapists on the proven benefits of arts therapies when applied in a range of interdisciplinary settings. Caroline Miller aims to help arts therapists to advocate for their profession to the colleagues, families and clients with whom they work.
This ground-breaking book explores the theoretical, clinical and training application of integrating mindfulness with all of the arts therapies, and includes cutting-edge contributions from neuroscience.
This ground-breaking book explores the theoretical, clinical and training application of integrating mindfulness with all of the arts therapies, and includes cutting-edge contributions from neuroscience. Contributors describe their pioneering work with diverse applications: people with cancer, trauma, chronic pain, substance abuse, severe mental illness, clients in private practice, adolescents at camp, training dance and art therapists, and more. This rich resource will inspire and rejuvenate all clinicians and educators.
MANDALA SYMBOLISM AND TECHNIQUES
EMPOWERING CHILDREN THROUGH ART AND EXPRESSION
INNOVATIVE APPROACHES FOR PROFESSIONALS Susan I. Buchalter
CULTURALLY SENSITIVE WAYS OF HEALING TRAUMA AND GRIEF Bruce St Thomas and Paul Johnson
2012 | 288pp | £16.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849058896 | eBook-9780857005939
2007 | 176pp | £19.99 | $31.95 pb-9781843107897 | eBook-9781846426247
Nearly two hundred techniques for designing mandalas for therapeutic goals.
This book explores how children express and resolve unspoken feelings about traumatic experiences in play and other creative activities, based on their observations of peer support groups, outreach programs and through individuals’ own accounts.
CREATIVE THERAPIES WITH TRAUMATISED CHILDREN Anne Bannister
2003 | 176pp | £19.99 | $34.95 pb-9781843101550 | eBook-9781846424298
How and why to use creative therapies effectively with abused children.
INTEGRATED TEAM WORKING MUSIC THERAPY AS PART OF TRANSDISCIPLINARY AND COLLABORATIVE APPROACHES Edited by Karen Twyford and Tessa Watson Foreword by Julie Sutton
THE HEALING FOREST IN POST-CRISIS WORK WITH CHILDREN A NATURE THERAPY AND EXPRESSIVE ARTS PROGRAM FOR GROUPS Ronen Berger and Mooli Lahad 2013 | 152pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849054058 | eBook-9780857008367
A flexible 12-session programme using nature, storytelling and expressive arts to build resilience in children.
2008 | 240pp | £25.00 | $39.95 pb-9781843105572 | eBook-9781846427862
The development of the music therapist’s role within the multidisciplinary team and the prevalence of collaborative partnerships between UK music therapists and other professionals.
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A GUIDE TO EVALUATION FOR ARTS THERAPISTS AND ARTS & HEALTH PRACTITIONERS Giorgos Tsiris, Mercédès Pavlicevic and Camilla Farrant
Foreword by Mike White 2014 | 176pp | £15.99 | $24.95 pb-9781849054188 | eBook-9780857008008
Practical guidance for designing, planning and implementing bespoke evaluation projects.
Evaluation is crucial to the development and sustainability of Arts Therapy and Arts & Health practices.
ASSESSMENT AND OUTCOMES IN THE ARTS THERAPIES
A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH Edited by Caroline Miller 2013 | 264pp | £22.99 | $36.95 pb-9781849054140 | eBook-9780857007889
An accessible introduction to assessment and outcomes for arts therapies. There is increasing pressure on therapists to provide details of structured assessments and to report therapy outcomes to funders, employers and co-workers. This edited volume provides a series of case studies, with varied client groups, giving arts therapists an accessible introduction to assessment and outcome measures that can be easily incorporated into their regular practice. The book provides demonstrations, within a practicebased evidence framework, of how measures can be tailored to the individual client’s needs. The case studies show assessment and outcome models for music therapy, art therapy and dramatherapy used with a range of client groups including people with intellectual disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s Disease and those suffering from depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or coping with bereavement.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - ARTS THERAPIES
This guide supports practitioners in their integrate thorough evaluation procedures everyday practices by providing practical for designing, planning and implementing evaluation projects.
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Based on the authors’ experience of designing and realising evaluation projects and running training workshops, a range of suggestions are offered for developing appropriate timelines and collection tools, ensuring organisational diplomacy, and managing what can be a delicate balance of truth, fact and perception. This guide will help practitioners to evaluate their services and projects by taking into consideration the unique profile of the practice, the workplace, clients, project participants, and sectors.
A GUIDE TO RESEARCH ETHICS FOR ARTS THERAPISTS AND ARTS & HEALTH PRACTITIONERS Camilla Farrant, Mercédès Pavlicevic and Giorgos Tsiris Foreword by Gary Ansdell 2014 | 160pp | £15.99 | $24.95 pb-9781849054195 | eBook-9780857007995
This practical guide aims to inspire ethically-aware practitioners to become ethically-aware researchers, evaluators and participants. This guide draws from legislation and research ethics committee procedures, to provide guidance for practitioners who are considering undertaking research projects. Embedded in ‘real-life’ experiences, it aims to inspire practitioners to become ethically-aware researchers, evaluators and participants.
INSPIRING AND CREATIVE IDEAS FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN HOW TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS AND ENABLE CHANGE Deborah M. Plummer OCT 2016 | 120pp | £13.99 | $22.95 pb-9781849056519 | eBook-9781784501464
Creative tips for engaging children and enabling positive change. Employing a range of innovative and creative ideas, this book is full of tips to engage children and promote their wellbeing. Children are vulnerable to low self-esteem, stress and anxiety because they are still growing and learning. This book looks at what we can do to minimise children’s vulnerability to issues such as these, help them to build emotional resilience and teach them effective strategies for dealing with life’s ups and downs. The book offers a host of different approaches that adults can use with children, including image-making, storytelling and puppetry. Chapters are brought to life with the voices of parents and professionals describing how these techniques worked for them. They also include guidance on how the principles can be used by professionals in the home, in schools or in therapeutic settings.
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ACTIVITY BOOKS THE ART ACTIVITY BOOK FOR RELATIONAL WORK 100 ILLUSTRATED THERAPEUTIC WORKSHEETS TO USE WITH INDIVIDUALS, COUPLES AND FAMILIES Jennifer Guest
FEB 2017 | 136pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785921605 |
100 illustrated worksheets for professionals to use with individuals, couples and families to promote healthy, happy relationships. Explore and promote positive relationships with these 100 ready-to-use illustrated worksheets and activities. Based on systemic theory, psychodynamic theory and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) principles, the activities are a creative approach to starting therapeutic conversations and engaging clients in their search for solutions. The photocopiable worksheets encourage clients to express their feelings through drawing, painting and writing. They are structured around four key areas: sense of self; partner relationships; family dynamics; and improving communication and conflict resolution. Activities include explanations of how and why they help to address specific relational issues. Suitable for use by professionals working with individuals, couples or families in therapeutic situations, The Art Activity Book for Relational Work will help clients to resolve relational issues and strengthen bonds.
101 MINDFUL ARTS-BASED ACTIVITIES TO GET CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS TALKING WORKING WITH SEVERE TRAUMA, ABUSE AND NEGLECT USING FOUND AND EVERYDAY OBJECTS Dawn D’Amico
DEC 2016 | 224pp | £15.99 | $24.95 pb-9781785927317 |
101 mindfulness-based therapeutic activities to do with children aged 5-17 who have experienced extreme trauma and abuse. Many children who have experienced serious trauma are withdrawn and closed off, making it difficult to engage with them in therapy effectively. This book offers a compendium of therapeutic activities that will help children who have endured painful abuse to open up, so that they can learn to express their feelings and therapy can be directed towards their individual needs. From useful techniques for bridging memory gaps to using masks for self-expression, the innovative activities use mindfulness, art and play to help children feel relaxed and responsive. The activities require very little preparation, and use only everyday items that are easy to access and can be used time and time again. Case studies throughout offer a helpful demonstration of how the activities work in practice. This is an ideal resource for use with children in therapeutic, home and school settings. It is appropriate to use with children aged 5-17 who have experienced trauma, physical abuse, sexual abuse, forced migration and severe neglect, as well as those with acute depression, anxiety and behavioural difficulties.
CREATIVE WAYS TO HELP CHILDREN MANAGE BIG FEELINGS A THERAPIST’S GUIDE TO WORKING WITH PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY CHILDREN Dr Fiona Zandt and Dr Suzanne Barrett
APR 2017 | 200pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785920745 |
Full of engaging therapeutic activities, this book is the perfect guide to aid mental health clinicians in working with children. To be able to effectively offer therapy to children, complex therapeutic concepts need to be presented in an appropriate and engaging manner. This practical guide provides clinicians with a way in which to do so, with numerous games and imaginative activities to help children aged 3-11 to express and understand their feelings. Each activity is presented with clear instructions using inexpensive and readily available resources and the objective and rationale of each activity is given, making it easily applicable. Activities range from using an easy to make volcano to help children better understand anger, to using a ball of string to illustrate how one person’s feelings affect the whole family. This book is an invaluable resource for newly qualified clinicians or counsellors who work alongside children and families.
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ACTIVITY BOOKS MORE CREATIVE COPING SKILLS FOR CHILDREN ACTIVITIES, GAMES, STORIES, AND HANDOUTS TO HELP CHILDREN SELF-REGULATE Bonnie Thomas
AUG 2016 | 256pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785920219 | eBook-9781784502676
Fun, effective activities for use with children needing support with a range of emotional challenges. This collection of fun and adaptable activities, games, stories and handouts is a complete resource for supporting children coping with stress and difficult emotions. From engaging arts and crafts, to interactive stories and relaxing meditations, all the interventions and activities are thematically structured so that each chapter contains the means for building specific skills or overcoming behavioral issues. Each chapter contains suggested goals, positive affirmations and photocopiable handouts to enable a child to continue practising and learning new life skills outside of sessions with parents or professionals. The activities in this book are ideal for use with children aged 3-12 to help them rebalance and gain a strong grasp on their emotions. Concrete and creative, useful and purposeful - these are tools that won’t fall to the bottom of your toolbox. Easy to implement with clear direction and goals, these activities and insights would be great on their own or as a go to when you need a little something extra. Engaging for both child and practitioner, the take home activities will continue to reinforce the materials long after the session’s ended.’ Janis Lilly, M.Ed., Directress, The LAND School: Learning and Nature Discovery!
THE EXPRESSIVE ARTS ACTIVITY BOOK
CREATIVE COPING SKILLS FOR CHILDREN
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT THROUGH ARTS AND CRAFTS ACTIVITIES Bonnie Thomas Illustrated by Bonnie Thomas
A RESOURCE FOR PROFESSIONALS Suzanne Darley and Wende Heath 2007 | 216pp | £19.99 | $31.95 pb-9781843108610 | eBook-9781846427374
2009 | 192pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781843109211 | eBook-9781846429545
Fun, flexible, tried-and-tested activities for parents and professionals to help a child in need of extra emotional support.
Everyone has different needs when it comes to coping with life’s stressors, and children are no different. Some need quiet and soothing activities to calm them down, whereas others require more physical activity or intense sensory input to relax their minds and bodies. This resource comprises a collection of fun, flexible, triedand-tested activities and make-it-yourself workbooks for parents and professionals to help a child in need of extra emotional support find the coping skills that fit them best. Each activity lists the materials required and includes clear directions for how to do it. There is something for every child: whether they are dynamic and creative or more cerebral and literal. Creative Coping Skills for Children also includes specific interventions for anxious or grieving children such as making worry dolls and memory shrines. This book is full of fun, easy, creative project ideas for parents of children aged 3–12, teachers, counselors, play therapists, social workers, and all professionals working with children.
Accessible, flexible activities to help people in a range of care settings explore their knowledge of themselves and to make sense of their experiences.
This resource comprises a collection of accessible, flexible, tried-and-tested activities for use with people in a range of care settings, to help them explore their knowledge of themselves and to make sense of their experiences. Among the issues addressed by the activities are exploring physical changes, emotional trauma, interpersonal problems and spiritual dilemmas. Featuring individual and group activities of varying difficulty, including card making, painting to music, meditation, and body mapping, it also includes real-life anecdotes that bring the techniques to life.
THE BOOK OF GAMES AND WARM UPS FOR GROUP LEADERS 2ND EDITION Leo Rutherford
2014 | 168pp | £12.99 | $19.95 pb-9781848192355 | eBook-9780857011848
Tried and tested activities to bring people together, an inspiring and practical resource for anyone running a group. Full of activities for use with groups of all ages, this book draws on the author’s extensive experience and presents all the games, improvisations and dance structures that he has found most effective in group settings. It includes everything from warm-ups to warm-downs and provides tips on how to be a good facilitator and run a successful group.
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ACTIVITIES BOOKS THE BIG BOOK OF THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITY IDEAS FOR CHILDREN AND TEENS
INSPIRING ARTS-BASED ACTIVITIES AND CHARACTER EDUCATION CURRICULA Lindsey Joiner
Packed with creative activity ideas to use with children and teenagers aged 5 and above, this resource builds therapeutic skills such as self-esteem, positive thinking, conflict resolution and anger control. The fun activities use art, music, stories, and films and will provide all those working with children and teenagers with a wealth of ideas.
2011 | 256pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781849058650 | eBook-9780857004475
Over 100 creative activities to have fun with challenging children and teenagers in school and therapeutic settings.
MENTAL HEALTH THE EMOTIONAL COMPASS HOW TO THINK BETTER ABOUT YOUR FEELINGS Ilse Sand
SEP 2016 | 136pp | £8.99 | $15.95 pb-9781785921278 |
Explores the psychology of emotions, especially in relation to other people, introducing ways to improve your understanding of your own feelings and those of others. Revealing the complexity of emotions such as happiness, anger, fear, and jealousy, and how these are based on our perception of other people, Ilse Sand offers her professional wisdom on the psychology of feelings. Establishing that emotions are not always as appropriate as they first appear to be, the book encourages you to take a closer look at why you are feeling certain things, and how you can change how you feel. Especially written for highly sensitive people, guidance is included on how to identify the vulnerable feelings that often underlie our more volatile emotional states, and practical activities are suggested to help to embrace or reject sadness, delay impulsive actions, and allow yourself to be happy. Drawing on real-life examples throughout, the book offers you the means to improve your understanding of not only your own emotions and emotional actions, but those of others. The book will be immensely useful not only to people who feel things strongly, but to those who have trouble understanding or interpreting emotions and how to respond to the feelings they provoke. In exemplarily clear and easy-to-read language, without therapeutic clichés, Ilse Sand takes readers through a cleansing bath for emotional mental hygiene.The book is highly recommended.’ Bent Falk, psychotherapist MPF, M.Th.
HIGHLY SENSITIVE PEOPLE IN AN INSENSITIVE WORLD HOW TO CREATE A HAPPY LIFE Ilse Sand
JUN 2016 | 160pp | £9.99 | $15.95 pb-9781785920660 | eBook-9781784503246
What it means to be a highly sensitive person, including the characteristics, challenges and benefits of being highly sensitive. In today’s fast-paced, increasingly public society, we are expected to be resilient, to have the energy to manage a packed work schedule, social calendar, and a large network of friends, both online and offline, day and night. If you find yourself struggling to live up to, or even enjoy, these non-stop social expectations, then this book is for you. Written for highly sensitive people, the book explains the characteristics of being highly sensitive and how to overcome common difficulties, such as low self-esteem and the exhausting effects of socialising. Ilse Sand also encourages you to explore and appreciate the advantages of high sensitivity, including your aptitude for depth, intensity and presence, and suggests activities to calm and inspire.
WHEN ANXIETY ATTACKS Terian Koscik
2015 | 32pp | £7.99 | $12.95 pb-9781848192843 | eBook-9780857012326
A graphic memoir about living with anxiety and finding help through a therapist.
Terian Koscik describes in graphic form her grapples with anxiety, and how seeking help through a therapist allowed her to come to terms with her anxious feelings. Funny and daringly honest, it will strike a chord with anyone who has been affected by anxiety.
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MENTAL HEALTH ALL BIRDS HAVE ANXIETY Kathy Hoopmann MAR 2017 | 72pp | £9.99 | $15.95 hb-9781785921827 |
A bird’s-eye-view introduction to living with anxiety disorder and how to begin to change it. Life as a bird can be stressful! From worrying about airplanes, windows, and getting enough worms to eat, it is clear that birds can be anxious beings. Through a light-touch, quizzical depiction of bird behaviour, All Birds Have Anxiety uses colourful images and astute explanations to explore with gentle humour what it means to live with anxiety day-to-day, and how to begin to deal with it. Following the style of the best-selling All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome and All Dogs Have ADHD, wonderful colour photographs express the complex and difficult ideas related to anxiety disorder in an easy-to-understand way. This simple yet profound book validates the deeper everyday experiences of anxiety, provides an empathic understanding of the many symptoms associated with anxiety, and offers compassionate suggestions for change. The combination of understanding and gentle humour make this the ideal introduction to anxiety disorder for those diagnosed with this condition, their family and friends and those generally interested in understanding anxiety.
THE RECOVERY LETTERS LETTERS TO PEOPLE SUFFERING WITH DEPRESSION James Withey and Olivia Sagan
OCT 2017 | 208pp | £9.99 | $16.95 pb-9781785921834 |
An anthology of letters written by people with depression addressed to those currently suffering. A selection of the most viewed letters inspired by the website www.therecoveryletters.com, set up in 2012, along with new material written specifically for this book, are compiled to create a heartfelt anthology for people suffering from depression. Arranged by themes, and peppered with short quotes about depression, this compilation of personal letters will serve as a comforting reference for anyone on the journey to recovery. This anthology nestles comfortably in the context of recovery literature, with first person narrative accounts that cover a broad range of issues that people experience within depression.
WITH NATURE IN MIND THE ECOTHERAPY MANUAL FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Andy McGeeney Foreword by Lindsay Royan
APR 2016 | 336pp | £19.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785920240 | eBook-9781784502706
Inspiring and enabling mental health practitioners to facilitate ecotherapy sessions as a way to improve client well-being. What is ecotherapy, how does it relate to mental health, and how can it reduce emotional distress and promote general wellbeing? This book explains how a deeper connection to nature can improve quality of life, by combining the therapeutic power of mindfulness and being out in the natural world. Examining the latest psychological research evidence into how and why the natural world has such a positive effect on us, this book shows how best to utilise these therapeutic connections in practice. 100 nature-based activities are included, from experiencing the full force of the wind, to creating a sound map of natural noises. The aims of each activity are clearly outlined, with detailed guidelines for facilitating outdoor sessions with adults effectively and safely, and advice to help make the most of the outdoors in all weathers and seasons.
EMOTIONAL RESILIENCY IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE A CLINICIAN’S GUIDE Leslie Davenport Foreword by Lise Van Susteren
JAN 2017 | 208pp | £17.99 | $29.95 pb-9781785927195 | eBook-9781784503284
Discussion of and strategies for dealing with the negative psychological impact of climate change and natural disasters. Although the environmental and physical effects of climate change have long been recognised, little attention has been given to the profound negative impact on mental health. Leslie Davenport presents comprehensive theory, strategies and resources for addressing key clinical themes specific to the psychological impact of climate change. She explores the psychological underpinnings that have contributed to the current global crisis, and offers robust therapeutic interventions for dealing with anxiety, stress, depression, trauma and other clinical mental health conditions resulting from environmental damage and disaster. She emphasizes the importance of developing resilience and shows how to utilise the many benefits of guided imagery and mindful presence techniques, and carry out interventions that draw on expert research into ecopsychology, wisdom traditions, earth-based indigenous practices and positive psychology. The strategies in this book will cultivate transformative, person-centred ways of being, resulting in regenerative lifestyles that benefit both the individual and the planet.
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MENTAL HEALTH THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF DEMOCRATIC THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY THERAPY Steve Pearce and Rex Haigh JAN 2017 | 288pp | £24.99 | $39.95 pb-9781785922053 |
The definitive manual of theory and practice for successfully running democratic therapeutic communities. Democratic therapeutic communities have been set up all over the world, but until now there has not been a manual that sets out the underlying theories, and describes successful practice. Based on their own substantial experience and expertise, the authors of this new textbook explain how to set up and run modern therapeutic communities as effective evidence-based interventions for personality disorder and other common mental health conditions. Including detailed templates and practical information alongside a wider historical context, this encyclopaedic handbook will enable clinicians to develop and implement a democratic therapeutic community model with confidence. Highlighting the importance of belonging to a wider community, this book also shows how to ensure the needs of patients are considered and met, and that patients themselves can see in detail what this approach entails. This is an invaluable resource for clinicians and service commissioners working in the field of recovery from personality disorder, as well as those working in mental health and healthcare. This book also provides a useful model for professionals working in prisons and the justice system, long-term drug and alcohol rehabilitation and education, and students of group analytic, psychotherapy, and counselling courses.
COUNSELLING SKILLS FOR WORKING WITH SHAME Christiane Sanderson
2015 | 264pp | £22.99 | $39.95 pb-9781849055628 | eBook-9781784500016
Helps practitioners to identify and manage shame in the client and themselves.
Counselling Skills for Working with Shame helps professionals to understand and identify shame and to build shame resilience in both the client and themselves.
Shame is ubiquitous in counselling where there is an increased vulnerability and risk of exposure to shame. While many clients experience feelings of shame, it is often overlooked in the therapeutic process and as a
result can be left untreated. It is particularly pertinent when working with clients who have experienced trauma, domestic or complex abuse, or who struggle with addiction, compulsion and sexual behaviours. Written in an accessible style, this is a hands-on, skills-based guide which helps practitioners to identify what elicits, evokes or triggers shame. It gives a general introduction to the nature of shame in both client and counsellor and how these become entwined in the therapeutic relationship. It focuses on increasing awareness of shame and how to release it in order to build shame resilience. With points for reflection, helpful exercises, top tips, reminders and suggestions for how to work with clients, this is a highly practical guide for counsellors, therapists, mental health practitioners, nurses, social workers, educators, human resources, trainee counsellors and students.
CHILDREN’S BOOKS RAFI’S RED RACING CAR
EXPLAINING SUICIDE AND GRIEF TO YOUNG CHILDREN Louise Moir DEC 2016 | 40pp | £10.99 | $17.95 hb-9781785922008 |
Beautifully illustrated story helping children aged 3-8 to understand suicide and grief. Rafi the rabbit loves playing with his daddy, and especially with his favourite toy - a red racing car. But one day his daddy gets so sad and confused that he goes out and doesn’t come back. Rafi is confused and scared. This imaginative, compassionate book aims to help young children come to terms with the loss of a family member to suicide. Rafi’s story explains what suicide is in a sensitive yet honest way, and helps children understand the many overwhelming emotions of grief. Though Rafi struggles with confusion, anxiety, anger and sadness, he learns that his feelings are natural. With love, guidance, therapeutic activities and the fun memories kept alive in his red racing car, he gradually begins to feel happy again. Illustrated with beautiful watercolour pictures, this book ends with an informed, straightforward guide for parents and professionals on how best to help a grieving child to heal. Through Rafi the rabbit’s profoundly honest story and excellent illustrations, the extraordinary difficulties that a bereaved child has to face are conveyed in a wise, empathic and child friendly manner. Reading the story with a bereaved child, will help adults convey an empathic understanding of the adversity they are facing and will encourage those all-important difficult discussions about the impact of premature death and suicide.’ Dr Shelley Gilbert MBE, CEO of Grief Encounter
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CHILDREN’S BOOKS NOT TODAY, CELESTE!
A DOG’S TALE ABOUT HER HUMAN’S DEPRESSION Liza Stevens JUN 2016 | 36pp | £10.99 | $17.95 hb-9781785920080 | eBook-9781784502478
A gentle story about a dog whose human has poorly feelings for children aged 3+. Celeste thinks she is the happiest dog in the world. But when she notices something different about her human, Rupert, she wonders if things will ever be the same again. Charmingly illustrated, this heart-warming story for children aged 3+ reflects some of the feelings and experiences that a child whose parent or carer has depression may face. When it comes to periods of low mood in a parent or carer, children can often feel that they are to blame, or even that the parent doesn’t love them anymore. The story provides reassurance by explaining what depression is and how it is possible to find help. With a comprehensive guide for parents and professionals written by Dr Pooky Knightsmith that provides advice on discussing the topic with children, this is a truly valuable resource that will be of interest to social workers, child and school counsellors, psychologists, parents and foster parents.
BIG TREE IS SICK A STORYBOOK TO HELP CHILDREN COPE WITH THE SERIOUS ILLNESS OF A LOVED ONE Nathalie Slosse Illustrated by Rocio Del Moral
JAN 2017 | 40pp | £11.99 | $18.95 hb-9781785922268 |
An endearing illustrated storybook which helps children to understand serious illness. Snibbles and Big Tree are best friends! They have always hung out together, and Snibbles loves Big Tree very much. When Big Tree unexpectedly falls ill with woodworm, Snibbles is very upset and angry. The illness is a very bad one and Big Tree does not feel well and doesn’t want to play for a long time. Poor Snibbles! He wants Big Tree to get better, but he feels as if there is nothing he can do. What can Snibbles and his friends do to help Big Tree through his treatment and recovery? This beautifully illustrated storybook describes the anger and emotion that many children encounter when a close relative or friend is diagnosed with a long-term illness, such as cancer. The story of Big Tree depicts how things are often out of your control and sets out effective strategies for dealing with these emotions. This story features loveable characters and vivid illustrations, as well as activities for children aged 5+ to complete with their parents or professionals in times of illness and loss.
WHAT HAPPENED TO DADDY’S BODY? EXPLAINING WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DEATH IN WORDS VERY YOUNG CHILDREN CAN UNDERSTAND Elke Barber and Alex Barber Illustrated by Anna Jarvis
JUL 2016 | 40pp | £10.99 | $18.95 hb-9781785921070 |
Learn what happens to the body after death as Alex shares the story of what happened to his daddy’s body. This picture book aims to help children aged 3+ to understand what happens to the body after someone has died. Through telling the true story of what happened to his daddy’s body, we follow Alex as he learns about cremation, burial and spreading ashes. Full of questions written in Alex’s own words, and with the gentle, sensitive and honest answers of his mother, this story will reassure any young child who might be confused about death and what happens afterwards. It also reiterates the message that when you have experienced the loss of a loved one, it is okay to be sad, but it is okay to be happy, too.
IS DADDY COMING BACK IN A MINUTE? EXPLAINING (SUDDEN) DEATH IN WORDS VERY YOUNG CHILDREN CAN UNDERSTAND Elke Barber and Alex Barber Illustrated by Anna Jarvis
JUL 2016 | 40pp | £10.99 | $18.95 hb-9781785921063 |
A true story about Alex, the death of his daddy, and how his mum helped him to understand what dead means. This honest, sensitive and beautifully illustrated picture book is designed to help explain the concept of death to children aged 3+. Written in Alex’s own words, it is based on the real-life conversations that Elke Barber had with her then three-year-old son, Alex, after the sudden death of his father. The book provides reassurance and understanding to readers through clear and honest answers to the difficult questions that can follow the death of a loved one, and carries the invaluable message that it is okay to be sad, but it is okay to be happy, too.
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CHILDREN’S BOOKS STRIKER, SLOW DOWN! A CALMING BOOK FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE ALWAYS ON THE GO Emma Hughes Illustrated by John Smisson
OCT 2016 | 40pp | £9.99 | $16.95 hb-9781848193277 |
Striker, the cat who is always in a hurry, finally learns that slowing down can be fun too in this book for children aged 3-6. Striker the cat is unstoppable! He thinks that there is too much fun to be had, and no matter what his mama tells him, he never slows down. One day, a bump to the head brings this busy cat to a standstill. Will Striker finally listen to his mama and learn to make time for a little calmness? This charmingly-illustrated picture book for ages 3-6 aims to teach busy children about the benefits of taking time to sit quietly and clear their mind. Touching on the principles of mindfulness, it provides the perfect introduction to the differing feelings of chaos and calm and encourages children to find balance in their increasingly busy lives.
LITTLE MEERKAT’S BIG PANIC A STORY ABOUT LEARNING NEW WAYS TO FEEL CALM Jane Evans Illustrated by Izzy Bean
MAR 2016 | 48pp | £9.99 | $16.95 hb-9781785927034 | eBook-9781784502461
An illustrated storybook for children aged 2-6 to help them manage feelings of stress, anxiety and panic.
Once upon a time there was a Little Meerkat with a very important job to do. Today was the day when Little Meerkat finally took a turn at being the lookout meerkat watching for dangers to protect the meerkat gang. It was all going well until Little Meerkat fell asleep and woke up to find everyone had disappeared! This sent Little Meerkat into one very big panic. With help from Small Elephant and Mini Monkey, can Little Meerkat calm down and find the missing meerkats? This playful full-colour storybook also includes guidance for parents or professionals on the neuroscience behind the strategies, and how they can use the book to help children.
RELATED INTEREST PAIN IS REALLY STRANGE
TRAUMA IS REALLY STRANGE
2015 | 32pp | £7.99 | $12.95 pb-9781848192645 | eBook-9780857012128
2015 | 32pp | £7.99 | $12.95 pb-9781848192935 | eBook-9780857012401
A scientifically-based, detailed, and gently humorous graphic book on pain and pain management.
A science-based medical graphic book explaining trauma, its effects on our psychology and physiology, and what to do about it.
Understanding pain is a very good way of relieving it. This engaging, funny, and highly original research-based graphic book explains the nature of pain and how you can effectively relieve pain by changing your mind’s habits.
Revealing the strange nature of trauma and exploring how trauma resolution involves changing the body’s physiology, this engaging comic explains the science of trauma in easy-to-understand terms. With a positive emphasis on human resilience, it encourages better understanding of trauma and describes some simple Trauma Releasing Exercises.
Steve Haines. Art by Sophie Standing.
TRANS VOICES BECOMING WHO YOU ARE
Foreword by Stephen Whittle JAN 2017 | 224pp | £10.99 | $16.95 pb-9781785922404 |
An empowering collection of personal experiences detailing the lived realities of trans people and why they decided to transition.
In this enlightening book, you can hear the voices of those who have decided to undergo transition and become who they really are. Drawing on over one hundred interviews with individuals, this book details the diverse experiences and challenges faced by those who transition - both maleto-female and female-to-male - exploring a range of topics such as hormone treatments, reassignment surgeries, coming out, sex and sexuality, physical, emotional and mental health and transphobia, discrimination and hate crime. The book also highlights the lives of non-binary individuals and those who cross-dress to form a wider understanding of gender fluidity and the varied ways in which people experience gender.
Steve Haines. Art by Sophie Standing.
FORGIVENESS IS REALLY STRANGE
Marina Cantacuzino and Masi Noor. Art by Sophie Standing.
JUL 2017 | 64pp | £9.99 | $14.95 hb-9781785921247 |
Science-based comic exploring the psychology of the human capacity to forgive.
What is forgiveness? What enables people to forgive? Why do we even choose to forgive those who have harmed us? What can the latest psychological research tell us about the nature of forgiveness, its benefits and risks? This imaginative comic explores the key aspects of forgiveness, asking what it means to forgive and to be forgiven. Witty and intelligent, it answers questions about the health benefits and restorative potential of forgiveness and explains, in easy-to-understand terms, what happens in our brains, bodies and communities when we choose to forgive.
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RELATED INTEREST THE FORGIVENESS PROJECT
CREATIVE, SUCCESSFUL, DYSLEXIC
STORIES FOR A VENGEFUL AGE Marina Cantacuzino Foreword by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu,Alexander McCall Smith
23 HIGH ACHIEVERS SHARE THEIR STORIES Margaret Rooke Foreword by Mollie King
JAN 2016 | 240pp | £8.99 | $15.95 pb-9781785920004 | eBook-9781784500061
Inspiring, moving, and challenging real life stories about forgiveness.
Powerful real-life stories from survivors and perpetrators of crime and violence reveal the true impact of forgiveness on ordinary people worldwide. Exploring forgiveness as an alternative to resentment or retaliation, the storytellers give an honest, moving account of their experiences and what part forgiveness has played in their lives. Despite extreme circumstances, their stories open the door to a society without revenge. All royalties from the sale of this book go to The Forgiveness Project charity. IF YOU SIT VERY STILL
Marian Partington Foreword by Marina Cantacuzino SEP 2016 | 208pp | £12.99 | $18.95 pb-9781785921407 |
A sister’s deeply personal account of traumatic loss, its aftermath, and the path away from resentment.
In 1994, 21 years after her disappearance, Lucy Partington’s remains were discovered in Fred and Rosemary West’s basement at 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester. In this powerful and lyrical book, Lucy’s elder sister, Marian, reclaims Lucy from the status of victim and finds an authentic and compassionate response to her traumatic loss. Her inspiring narrative of healing draws on Buddhist and Quaker practices and culminates in restorative justice work in prisons. NOT MY SHAME T.O. Walker
DEC 2016 | 72pp | £8.99 | $14.95 pb-9781785921841 |
Striking graphic novel about the ability to parent well despite trauma and dissociation experienced after rape and childhood sexual exploitation.
With subtlety and sensitivity, this powerful graphic novel draws the reader into the experience of trauma and dissociation caused by sexual violence. It reveals the intrusive traumatic memories and distress experienced by a victim of childhood sexual exploitation in her adulthood and follows the process of coming to terms with her past through therapy and art. Positive and hopeful at its heart, it demonstrates her ability to be a good parent irrespective of mental health struggles and explores the importance of relationships with people in the present.
JUL 2016 | 256pp | £8.99 | $15.95 pb-9781785920608 | eBook-9781784501631
High achievers from the acting, singing, athletic and business worlds come together in this collection to talk about the challenges and strengths that dyslexia has presented them with throughout their lives.
23 very well-known people from the arts, sport, and business worlds talk about how dyslexia affected their childhood, how they were able to overcome the challenges and use the special strengths of dyslexia to achieve great success in adulthood. Darcey Bussell CBE, Eddie Izzard, Sir Richard Branson, Meg Mathews, Zoe Wanamaker CBE, Richard Rogers, Benjamin Zephaniah, Steven Naismith, Lynda La Plante CBE, Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, Sophie Conran and others share their stories, and their advice. All reveal the enormous difficulties they faced, the strength required to overcome them, the crucial importance of adult support, and how `the different way the brain is wired’ in dyslexia has enabled them to see something different in the world and to use their creativity in an exceptional way. They talk about `thinking sideways’, and the ability to look at a bigger picture, the often strong visual strength, and the ability to listen, and to grasp simplicity where other people see only complexity. They also talk about how dyslexia continues to challenge them, and the ways they have found to work around this. SPIRITUAL CARE IN COMMON TERMS
Gordon J. Hilsman Foreword by James H. Gunn
DEC 2016 | 208pp | £16.99 | $24.95 pb-9781785927249 |
How to communicate the spiritual needs of patients and integrate these needs with other aspects of healthcare.
This book describes the art of charting patients’ spiritual perspectives in an open way that will help physicians and nurses to better direct medical care. It includes practical information on how to distil spiritual needs into pragmatic language, helping to demystify spiritual experience. Drawing on his extensive practical experience, the author also suggests key points to emphasise that will enrich chart notes for medical records, including brief, relative narratives, trusting one’s own impressions, reflecting holistically on the patient’s life, patient attitudes towards treatment and recovery, and describing families’ opinions on the health care situation of their loved one. The book shows healthcare professionals of all disciplines how to engage in a shared responsibility for the spiritual care of their patients.
PERFORMING PASTORAL CARE MUSIC AS A FRAMEWORK FOR EXPLORING PASTORAL CARE Gregory Clifton-Smith Foreword by Dr June Boyce-Tillman JUL 2016 | 160pp | £45.00 | $75.00 pb-9781785920363 | eBook-9781784502874
Makes the case for pastoral care in a missionminded church.
Making the case for the relevance of pastoral care today, this book explores the role of pastoral care through the prism of music. Using musical analogies, the author provides a new way of understanding and practising pastoral care, grounded in practical theology. Challenging overemphasis on mission, he shows that pastoral care remains essential to the life of the church, especially when engaging with extreme situations such as dying, suffering or war, and considers the role of pastoral carers in the specific pastoral encounter and in the life of the church in general.
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