Creative Drama in Groupwork (Creative Activities in Groupwork 2nd New edition)

Creative Drama in Groupwork (Creative Activities in Groupwork 2nd New edition)

By: Sue Jennings (author)Paperback

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Description

This bestselling book is now updated with new material and more tried-and-tested ideas, bringing it up-to-date with contemporary drama. 150 ideas for drama in one practical manual makes this a veritable treasure trove which will inspire everyone to run drama sessions creatively, enjoyably and effectively. This book features advice on setting up a group, defining and negotiating aims and objectives, and how to ensure a successful session. It contains activities which encourage memory, interaction, concentration, feedback, and many other skills. It also includes games, warm-ups and starters, improvisation role-play, visual dynamics, and closures.

About Author

Sue Jennings is a pioneer of Dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She is pioneering the training and practice of play and playtherapy in institutions, and with children and families at risk in Transylvania, Romania. Sue is Consultant to the Department of Child Health, University of Exeter and works as a dramatherapist for the NHS in Somerset. She has written many books on working with both adults and children, including Creative Storytelling with Adults at Risk (2005), Creative Play with Children at Risk (2005), Creative Storytelling with Children at Risk (2004), Creative Drama in Groupwork (1986) and Role Play Cards for Social Skills (1989) all published by Speechmark. Expertise Sue Jennings is a pioneer of Dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She is pioneering the training and practice of play and playtherapy in institutions, and with children and families at risk in Transylvania, Romania. Sue is Consultant to the Department of Child Health, University of Exeter and works as a dramatherapist for the NHS in Somerset. She has written many books on working with both adults and children, including Creative Storytelling with Adults at Risk (2005), Creative Play with Children at Risk (2005), Creative Storytelling with Children at Risk (2004), Creative Drama in Groupwork (1986) and Role Play Cards for Social Skills (1989) all published by Speechmark. Expertise Sue Jennings is a pioneer of dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She has lectured in many countries and has worked and collaborated with many institutions and bodies including: Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), The British Council, National Children's Homes (NCH), the NHS, Creative Therapy Centre (Ireland) and the Rowan Tree Trust. Sue divides her time between The Rowan Centres in Romania and UK where she trains supervisors and practitioners. Sue Jennings is a pioneer of dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She has lectured in many countries and has worked and collaborated with many institutions and bodies including: Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), The British Council, National Children's Homes (NCH), the NHS, Creative Therapy Centre (Ireland) and the Rowan Tree Trust. Sue divides her time between The Rowan Centres in Romania and UK where she trains supervisors and practitioners. Sue Jennings is a pioneer of Dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She is pioneering the training and practice of play and playtherapy in institutions, and with children and families at risk in Transylvania, Romania. Sue is Consultant to the Department of Child Health, University of Exeter and works as a dramatherapist for the NHS in Somerset. She has written many books on working with both adults and children, including Creative Storytelling with Adults at Risk (2005), Creative Play with Children at Risk (2005), Creative Storytelling with Children at Risk (2004), Creative Drama in Groupwork (1986) and Role Play Cards for Social Skills (1989) all published by Speechmark. Expertise Sue Jennings is a pioneer of dramatherapy and the Playtherapy Method in the UK and abroad. She has lectured in many countries and has worked and collaborated with many institutions and bodies including: Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), The British Council, National Children's Homes (NCH), the NHS, Creative Therapy Centre (Ireland) and the Rowan Tree Trust. Sue divides her time between The Rowan Centres in Romania and UK where she trains supervisors and practitioners.

Contents

216pp A5 Wire-o-bound ISBN 978-0-8638-8791-8 ORDER CODE D11-002-5675 GBP30.99 Preface; Introduction; The Scope: Possibilities of Creative Drama in Groupwork; Creative Drama Methods; Appendix; Notes

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780863887918
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 216
  • ID: 9780863887918
  • weight: 318
  • ISBN10: 0863887910
  • edition: 2nd New edition

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