The Handbook of Dramatherapy

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Dramatherapy is being increasingly practised in a range of therapeutic settings and is of growing interest to theatre practitioners and teachers. The Handbook of Dramatherapy brings together five authors who have considerable experience of clinical, artistic and educational work to provide an easy-to-read introduction to the major models of dramatherapy. The authors explain the differences between dramatherapy and psychodrama, discuss its relationship with theatre art, look at assessment and evaluation techniques, and argue the need for more appropriate methods of research for this increasingly popular form of therapeutic treatment.
The Handbook of Dramatherapy provides a comprehensive basis for theory and practice and will be an invaluable resource for all students of dramatherapy and theatre.

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Dr. Susan Evans Jennings' experience in the office technology field is extensive. Her teaching experience includes over 17 years at the high school and university levels. She is currently an Assistant Professor of General Business at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. Dr. Jennings' research interest is the Internet used as an educational resource and online teaching and learning tool. She has presented many workshops at the state, regional, national, and international level concerning the use of the Internet and online learning. She holds an A.A.S. in Office Occupations, a B.S.E and M.Ed. in Business Education, and an Ed.D. in Developmental Education--Instructional Systems and Technology. Her past experience in the office includes working nine years in a number of office positions for an oil company. In addition to teaching, Dr. Jennings served as business education/general cooperative education coordinator, and FBLA sponsor at Parkers Chapel High School in El Dorado, Arkansas. She was an Assistant Professor of Vocational Education at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia.

Ann Cattanach is a play therapist and drama therapist in private practice. She has wide experience of teaching and lecturing in drama, drama therapy and speech communication, and has also worked as a child psychotherapist, family therapist and drama therapist for Social Services and NHS Trusts.

Anna Chesner, MA is a UKCP registered psychodrama and group analytic psychotherapist and has been qualified as a supervisor for over twenty years. She has trained dramatherapists, integrative counsellors and psychotherapists and is course director of the London Centre for Psychodrama Group and Individual Psychotherapy Training in Creative Supervision. She has presented her work in creative supervision in the UK and internationally at the Federation of European Psychodrama Training Organisation conference, Jerusalem 2011. She has written extensively on supervision and action methods.

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