Theory and Practice 1
Edited by Sue Jennings
Routledge – 1987 – 304 pages
Dramatherapy: Theory and Practice 1 introduces the reader to the basic issues of dramatherapy and offers a highly authoritative guide to the clinical practitioner or teacher who wishes to use role-play and enactment in the context of therapeutic work. With its companion volume Dramatherapy: Theory and Practice 2, it provides an invaluable resource for all those whose work can benefit from the use of dramatherapy including counsellors, nurses and occupational therapists.
`The wealth of topics covered belie the size of this book: the choice of material is well-balanced, the contents are authoritative, the presentation crystal clear; altogether this is a sound, concise reference manual for the practitioner, a "good read" for the lay person and a valuable guide for the student.' - British Association of Dramatherapists
`A superb overview of the discipline of dramatherapy as applied to a number of settings and populations; a must for all educators and clinicians interested in this fascinating field.' - Professor Robert Landy, New York University