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Published March, 2021
By Paige Dickinson and Sally Bailey
Publisher: Intellect Books
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Provides a model for therapeutic decision-making by deconstructing the processes of drama therapy. Looks at creating effective treatment plans by integrating information about clients' symptoms and phase of therapy with the core concepts inherent in all drama therapy approaches. Includes theory and examples of specific drama therapy interventions.

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Published January, 2021
By Lisa Scharoun, Danny Hills, Carlos Montana Hoyos, Fanke Peng and Vivien Sung
Publisher: Intellect Books
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Promotes an understanding of 'design for healthy ageing' from a multi-faceted perspective of design and health practitioners. Provides tools and methods for approaching the complex issues associated with ageing through cross-cultural interactions and perspectives. Incl. case-studies run in Asia-Pacific 44 b/w illus., 3 tables, 9 col. illus.

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£34.00
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Published March, 2017
By Maia Dolphin-Krute
Publisher: Intellect Books
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£24.00
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Published December, 2016
By Persephone Sextou
Publisher: Intellect Books
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£40.00
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Published September, 2016
By Paul Wenzel Geissler, Guillaume Lachenal, John Manton and Noemi Tousignant
Publisher: Intellect Books
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Published June, 2014
By Glenna Batson and Margaret Wilson
Publisher: Intellect Books
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Published September, 2010
By Alan Blum
Publisher: Intellect Books
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Offers a fresh perspective, outlining a nuanced theoretical approach to health, illness, suffering and disease and the ethical and aesthetic implications of medical practice. Drawing on a range of thinkers from Plato to Lacan, this book identifies the Grey Zone as the persistence and function of ambiguity in everyday life.

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