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Expressive therapy with traumatized children / P. Gussie Klorer, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

By: Klorer, P. Gussie [author.].
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland, USA : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2017Edition: Second edition.Description: xiv, 213 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781442268555 (cloth : alk. paper); 9781442268562 (pbk. : alk. paper).Uniform titles: Expressive therapy with troubled children Subject(s): Art therapy for childrenAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Expressive therapy with traumatized childrenDDC classification: 618.92891656 K69 2017
Contents:
Trauma treatment for children -- The neuroscience of art therapy and trauma -- Setting the stage for expressive work -- "Daddy beat my sister, not me": trusting the art more than the words -- The preverbal child, ages 0 to 2 -- The early school-aged child, ages 2 to 7 -- The middle years, ages 7 to 12 -- Ages 12 through adolescence -- "My heart bleeds for harmony": involving the family in therapy -- "I'll live with my mom when she gets her life together": Tammy's story -- "Art has truth": John's story -- "A hope rainbow": Ebony's story -- "Stories to teach about my mom": Julie's story -- The therapist's container -- Putting the puzzle together.
Summary: Expressive Therapy with Traumatized Children offers students in training and professionals an array of sensitive and creative ways to help even their most challenging patients. Klorer's rich and highly accessible narrative seamlessly weaves together theory, research, and cases into an invaluable resource.
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Revision of: Expressive therapy with troubled children. 2000.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Trauma treatment for children --
The neuroscience of art therapy and trauma --
Setting the stage for expressive work --
"Daddy beat my sister, not me": trusting the art more than the words --
The preverbal child, ages 0 to 2 --
The early school-aged child, ages 2 to 7 --
The middle years, ages 7 to 12 --
Ages 12 through adolescence --
"My heart bleeds for harmony": involving the family in therapy --
"I'll live with my mom when she gets her life together": Tammy's story --
"Art has truth": John's story --
"A hope rainbow": Ebony's story --
"Stories to teach about my mom": Julie's story --
The therapist's container --
Putting the puzzle together.

Expressive Therapy with Traumatized Children offers students in training and professionals an array of sensitive and creative ways to help even their most challenging patients. Klorer's rich and highly accessible narrative seamlessly weaves together theory, research, and cases into an invaluable resource.

College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Text in English

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