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Creative Therapies With Traumatized Children

by Anne Bannister - £19.99  Jessica Kingsley Publishing (2003)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781843101550 | ISBN 10: 1843101556

Combining practical experience and doctoral research, Anne Bannister reflects on how and why creative therapies actually work in the healing process. Her practical Regenerative Approach model helps children and adults to use their creatve skills to aid development processess, reverse negative brain patterns and affect positive behavioural changes to heal the damage caused by severe abuse in childhood.

"...Bannister's experience, sensitivity and skill drawn from working with traumatized children is captured and illustrated in a practical and inspiring way...This book...reflects the author's deep respect and understanding of the children she has worked with. It provides strong theoretical evidence for working creatively with traumatized children and presents relevant case material which illustrates how Bannister has successfully applied this theory to practice. It is an essential resource for all creative therapists working with children who have suffered abuse."
(Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists Journal)

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