Table of contents for Expressive and creative arts methods for trauma survivors / edited by Lois Carey ; foreword by Judith Rubin.

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Contents
Acknowledgements. 
Foreword by Judith Rubin. 
Introduction - Lois Carey. 
1.	Neuroscience and Trauma Treatment: Implications for Creative Arts 
Therapists - David Crenshaw. 
2.	Crisis Intervention Play Therapy to Help Traumatized Children - Nancy 
Boyd Webb. 
3.	Working Toward Aesthetic Distance: Drama Therapy for Adult Victims of 
Trauma - Judith Glass. 
4.	An Expressive Arts Therapy Model with Groups for Post-Traumatic Stress 
Disorder - Susan Hansen. 
5.	Peter: A Study of Cumulative Trauma: From "Robot" to "Regular Guy" - 
Eleanor Irwin. 
6.	Art Therapy with Traumatized Families - P. Gussie Klorer. 
7.	Songs of the Self: Vocal Psychotherapy for Adults Traumatized as Children 
- Diane Austin. 
8.	Sandplay Therapy with a Traumatized Boy - Lois Carey. 
9.	Sandplay Therapy and the Body in Trauma Recovery - Dennis McCarthy. 
10.	Puppetry Interventions for Traumatized Clients - Diane Frey. 
11.	Video Play Therapy - Diane Frey. 
12.	The Bowl of Light: A Story-Craft for Healing - Joyce Mills.
Conclusion - Lois Carey. 
List of contributors. 
Index.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Arts -- Therapeutic use.
Psychic trauma -- Treatment.
Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Treatment.