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Trauma healing at the clay field : a sensorimotor art therapy approach

Author: Cornelia Elbrecht
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Using clay in therapy taps into the most fundamental of human experiences - touch. This book is a comprehensive step-by-step training manual that covers all aspects of .Work at the Clay Field., a sensorimotor-based art therapy technique. Cornelia Elbrecht is an Australian author.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cornelia Elbrecht
ISBN: 9781849053457 1849053456
OCLC Number: 793225512
Description: 336 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Contents note continued: Trauma client groups --
Dissociation --
The body as a resource --
Handling trauma at the Clay Field I: Pendulation --
The bottom-up approach --
Art therapy resources --
Handling trauma at the Clay Field II: The sensorimotor process --
pt. III Working at the Clay Field with Adults --
ch. 6 The Nine Situations --
1.Reliability: being reliable to me --
2.Reliability: relying on something other than me --
3.Finding orientation --
4.Reaching object constancy --
5.Reaching subject constancy --
6.Finding one's own ground --
7.Shadow integration --
8.Destruction as self-realization --
9.Accepting one's humanity --
ch. 7 Your Story --
1."I am being held" --
2."Balance" --
3."It's all mine" --
4."I am precious" --
pt. IV Working at the Clay Field with Children --
ch. 8 The Differences between Accompanying Children and Adults --
Stages in children's work cessions at the Clay Field --
Children's developmental phases --
ch. 9 Working with Traumatized Children --
Contents note continued: Useful resources for working with children --
Transitional objects --
Stages of trauma healing with children --
Max's story --
Tom's story --
Mia's Story --
Alicia's Story.
Responsibility: Cornelia Elbrecht ;foreword by Profession Heinz Deuser.

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