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Creative arts therapies and clients with eating disorders

Author: Annie Heiderscheit
Publisher: London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Heiderscheit
ISBN: 9780857006950 0857006959
OCLC Number: 932063233
Notes: Introduction. 1. Introduction to the Use of the Creative Arts Therapies in Eating Disorder Treatment. Annie Heiderscheit. 2. Client Perspectives on the Use of the Creative Arts Therapies in Eating Disorder Treatment. Erin Gargaro, recovered eating disorder patient, Minnesota, United States, Rhonda Guertin, recovered eating disorder patient, Minnesota, United States and Annie Heiderscheit. 3. A Multi-Theoretical Approach for Music Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment. Katrina McFerran, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Annie Heiderscheit. 4. Resiliency Based Music Therapy in the Treatment of Adolescents with Eating Disorders. Sarah Punch, Monash Children's Hospital, Australia. 5. Expressive and Receptive Music Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment. Gro Trondalen, Nowegian Academy of Music, Norway. 6. The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (BMGIM) in Eating Disorder Treatment. Annie Heiderscheit. 7.
Kristine Vende, Rigas Stradinš University, Latvia, Simona Orinska, Children's Hospital 'Gailezers', Latvia, Indra Majore-Dušele, Rigas Stradinš University, Latvia, and Anda Upmale, Rigas Stradinš University, Latvia. 12. Poetry Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Geri Chavis, St. Catherine University, Minnesota, United States. 13. Eating Disorder as Protector: The Use of Internal Family Systems and Drama Therapy to Help Clients Understand the Protective Functions of their Eating Disorders. Laura L. Wood, Castlewood Treatment Center, Missouri, United States. 14. Collaborative Work in Creative Arts Therapies. Annie Heiderscheit and Tamar Melmed Marmor. 15. Family and Multi-Family Experiential Work Using Creative Arts Therapies. Annie Heiderscheit and Leah Wellstone, St. Mary's University of Minnesota, United States. 16. Collaborating with a Creative Arts Therapist.
Annie Heiderscheit, Tamar Melmed Marmor, Stacy Saindon, licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), Minnesota, United States, and Leah Wellstone. Appendix A. Training Requirements for the Creative Arts Therapies.
Description: 1 online resource (352 pages).
Contents: Making Sense through Creativity: Creative Arts Therapy with Adolescents in an Inpatient Eating Disorder Program. Nona Cameron, Monash Children's Hospital, Australia, and Sarah Kipnis, Monash Children's Hospital, Australia. 8. Body and Self: The Use of Art Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment. Tamar Melmed Marmor, TreeStone Therapy, Minnesota, United States. 9. DBT in Action: Integrating Art Therapy Techniques and Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training into the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Susan M. Clark, The Emily Program --
Cleveland, Ohio, United States. 10. Beyond Words --
Listening to the Body. Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb, University of Minnesota, United States. 11. Dance and Movement Therapy for Patients with Eating Disorders: Model of Expressive Therapies Continuum.
Responsibility: edited by Annie Heiderscheit.

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