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  1. Pet Loss and Human Emotion, second edition

    A Guide to Recovery

    By Cheri Barton Ross, Jane Baron-Sorensen

    This updated edition of Pet Loss and Human Emotion is a step-by-step guide to leading clients through this special kind of grief. Includes resources and a section on pet loss and natural disasters. As society accepts that grieving over the death of a loved one is not only normal, but healthy and...

    Published May 1st 1998 by Taylor & Francis

  2. A Practical Guide to Art Therapy Groups

    By Diane Steinbach

    Are you in need of some variety and imagination for your art therapy repertoire? If so, this is the book for you! Diane Fausek’s unique approaches, materials, and advice will inspire you to tap into your own well of creativity to design your own treatment plans. A Practical Guide to Art...

    Published March 19th 1997 by Routledge

  3. Structured Exercises for Promoting Family and Group Strengths

    A Handbook for Group Leaders, Trainers, Educators, Counselors, and Therapists

    By Terry S Trepper, Glen H Jennings, Ronnie Mcmanus

    This handbook for professionals presents an array of techniques for teaching and reinforcing social skills for successful relationships. It contains over 70 new structured exercises that can be used to help individuals, dyads, families, and groups become happier in their relationships. The...

    Published March 17th 1997 by Routledge

  4. Dramatherapy: Theory and Practice, Volume 3

    Edited by Sue Jennings

    The third volume of Dramatherapy: Theory and Practice brings the reader up-to-date with the latest developments in the profession of dramatherapy and tackles key issues in contemporary social relationships. It shows how dramatherapy is evolving its own theory and methodology as well as specific...

    Published January 2nd 1997 by Routledge

  5. Dramatherapy

    Theory and Practice, Volume 3

    Edited by Sue Jennings

    The third volume of Dramatherapy: Theory and Practice brings the reader up-to-date with the latest developments in the profession of dramatherapy and tackles key issues in contemporary social relationships. It shows how dramatherapy is evolving its own theory and methodology as well as specific...

    Published January 2nd 1997 by Routledge

  6. Psychotherapy Abbreviation

    A Practical Guide

    By Terry S Trepper, Helena E Papay

    Psychotherapy Abbreviation is a field-tested approach designed to train both experienced and student mental health professionals to do brief therapy that is effective and highly satisfactory to clients. This book is unique in that it is the only text that is compatible with almost all approaches to...

    Published May 15th 1996 by Routledge

  7. The Anti-Group

    Destructive Forces in the Group and their Creative Potential

    By Morris Nitsun

    Series: Routledge Mental Health Classic Editions

    The 'anti-group' is a major conceptual addition to the theory and practice of group psychotherapy. It comprises the negative, disruptive elements, which threaten to undermine and even destroy the group, but when contained, have the potential to mobilise the group's creative processes. Understanding...

    Published March 14th 1996 by Routledge

  8. Support Groups

    Current Perspectives on Theory and Practice

    By Janice H Schopler, Maeda J Galinsky

    Support Groups: Current Perspectives on Theory and Practice provides a framework for understanding and examining supportive group interventions. It provides descriptions of different kinds of support groups and alerts practitioners and educators to the factors they should consider in planning,...

    Published January 17th 1996 by Routledge

  9. Drama as Therapy Volume 1

    Theory, Practice and Research

    By Phil Jones

    Published December 28th 1995 by Routledge

  10. Scapegoats

    Transferring Blame

    By Tom Douglas

    Scapegoats are a universal phenomenon, appearing in all societies at all times in groups large and small, in public and private organizations. Hardly a week passes without some media reference to someone or something being made a scapegoat. Tom Douglas examines the process of scapegoating from the...

    Published October 12th 1995 by Routledge