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Healthy attachments and neuro-dramatic-play

Author: Sue Jennings; Chloe Gerhardt
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia, PA : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ©2011.
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In this book. Sue Jennings describes her groundbreaking theory of Neuro-Dramatic-Play. According to this theory, the foundation for a secure attachment is formed by a mother's playfulness with her baby during pregnancy and the first six months of life. Highly recommended!'-Charles E. Schaefer, Ph. D. RPT-S. Professor Emeritus, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck., NJ, and Co-founder and Director of the
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sue Jennings; Chloe Gerhardt
ISBN: 9781849050142 1849050147
OCLC Number: 351329699
Description: 272 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Neuro-Dramatic -Play --
Its Roots in Attachment and Play, Theatre and Ritual --
1. NDP --
Definitions and Theories --
2. NDP and Attachment --
3. NDP --
Play and Play Therapy --
4. NDP, Pregnancy and Birth --
5. NDP Childbirth and The First Six Months --
6. NDP and Resilience and Empathy --
7. NDP and Children with Attachment Needs --
8. NDP in Fostering and Adoption --
9. NDP with Teenagers and Young Adult --
10. NDP and Children on the Autistic Spectrum --
11. NDP and Children with Learning Difficultie --
12. NDP for Practitioners --
Appendix 1 --
NDP --
6 Months Before and After Play --
Appendix 2 --
Embodiment-Projection-Role (0-7 years).
Responsibility: Sue Jennings ; foreword by Dennis McCarthy ; afterword by Mooli Lahad ; illustrated by Chloe Gerhardt.

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Sue Jennings introduces the concept of 'Neuro-Dramatic-Play', exploring the sensory experiences that take place between mother and child during pregnancy and the first few months after birth. She  Read more...

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In this thoroughly engaging book, Sue Jennings delights us once again with her often playful insights into the early years of a child's life...As always, when reading Sue Jennings' Work, I came away Read more...

 
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