By Cathy A. Malchiodi PhD ATR-BC LPCC, Bruce D. Perry MD PhD
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*Chapters on paintings treatment and EMDR, physique maps and dissociation, sandtray play, resiliency-based circulation treatment, paintings with clay, mindfulness, and rigidity relief with track therapy.
*Updated and accelerated discussions of trauma-informed treatment and the neurobiological foundation for inventive interventions.
*The bankruptcy on mass violence has been greatly rewritten with new case fabric at the Sandy Hook tuition shooting.
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These methods can 30 Basics of Pr actice assist individuals in expressing sensory aspects of traumatic experiences, help reduce hyperarousal through stress reduction, and may be useful in bridging declarative and nondeclarative memories. In using these approaches, practitioners have the opportunity to apply art, play, music, movement, stories, and dramatic enactment in treatment both to ease trauma-related symptoms and to facilitate the expression and resolution of trauma narratives. In order to be effective, therapists should have a clear understanding of why and how creative approaches support sensory work with children.
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Each form of creative expression has its unique properties and roles in therapeutic work depending on its application—the practitioner, the client, and the setting—and objectives. The differences inherent in each modality inform the ethical practice and application of creative interventions in work with traumatized children. Although all mental health professionals abide by the ethical codes of their specific disciplines, creative arts therapists and play therapists have ethical standards for practice that address issues specific to the use of these methods with clients (see the Appendix at the back of this book for websites of organizations where these standards can be found).