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A collection of three films on the use of drama and art therapy in crisis intervention.
Arts Therapies as Crisis Intervention$14.99 – $154.99
This film examines three of the expressive arts: Dance, Music and Art Therapy and how they may be used with special needs children.
Arts Therapies for Children with Disabilities in School$14.99 – $154.99
What is the link between psychological states and the creative process? Is there a relationship between psychosis and the artistic impulse? What can art works produced by mental patients tell us about artistic genius? Can art therapy be helpful in the treatment of the mentally ill?
Between Beauty and Insanity$14.99 – $184.99
Narrated by Walter Cronkite, this award-winning film illustrates the benefits of incorporating creativity and expressive arts into the lives and treatment of elders.
Do Not Go Gently: The Power of Imagination in Aging$14.99 – $154.99
In this workshop presented at the 2nd World Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapy Conference, Dr. Laury Rappaport presents an overview of Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy (FOAT®).
Focusing-Oriented Arts Therapy (FOAT®)$14.99 – $184.99
An intriguing music documentary about world-traveled composer and conductor Joel Thome, this film provides a close personal look at Thome’s career and philosophy.
Inside the Perfect Circle: The Odyssey of Joel Thome$14.99 – $154.99
A beautiful film about the history and present situation of the artist’s house at Gugging Mental Hospital.
Les Couleurs du Silence: Gugging House of Artists$14.99 – $154.99
A tribute to her mentor, Fred Rogers, who was host and originator of the “Mister Rogers Neighborhood” TV show for children, Judy Rubin’s deep friendship with Rogers began when she played the “Art Lady” in the early years of the show.
Lessons from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: The Back Story$14.99 – $154.99
This powerful and moving film depicts the activities of a drama therapy program in the Dept. of Veterans Affairs at West Haven Hospital. An improvisational drama group of mostly older vets gather to share stories of trauma, rage, alienation and death.
No Unwounded Soldiers$14.99 – $154.99
This series of short films documents various approaches to animation created by persons with chronic mental illness to illustrate their personal narratives.
Simple Animation for People with Chronic Mental Illness$14.99 – $184.99
This collection of three short films explores the overlapping concepts of Self-Taught, Visionary, and Outsider Art. Prominent and lesser-known artists in these categories are profiled along with commentary by experts in the field.
Some Self-Taught Outsider Artists$14.99 – $154.99
Suzanne Palmer Lovell, Ph.D., ATR-BC, traces her healing journey from the time when she was confronted with the diagnosis of uterine cancer through her subsequent surgery and recovery.
Symbolic Healing: A Story of Art & Cancer$14.99 – $154.99