The Play's the Thing: Exploring Text in Drama and Therapy
Psychology Press, 1996 - 244 strán (strany)
Marina Jenkyns conveys the excitement of working therapeutically with dramatic text though a personal and highly readable analysis of plays from a variety of periods and cultures. Influenced by the theories of Winnicott and Klein she lays bare the dynamics of relationships and plots to show how they can be used to help us understand our own relationships to each other and the world around us. This highly innovative text integrates therapeutic practice and literature in an engaging and challenging book which will hold the attention of a wide audience.
This book contains new ideas for dramatherapy practice, theatre directors and teachers.
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THROUGH THE LENS OF THE PLAY
PLAYING WHERE TWO WORLDS MEET
MEANS AND METHODS
ROOTS BY ARNOLD WESKER
GHOSTS BY HENRIK
WALLS WITHIN WALLS SOCIETY FAMILY AND
RIDERS TO THE SEA
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