Arts Therapies in the Treatment of Depression

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 16. Mai 2018
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  • 272 Seiten
 
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Arts Therapies in the Treatment of Depression is a comprehensive compilation of expert knowledge on arts therapies' potential in successfully addressing depression. The book identifies ways of addressing the condition in therapy sessions, shares experience of tools and approaches which seem to work best and guides towards a conscious and confident evidence-based practice.

Including contributions from international experts in the field of arts therapies, the book presents some of the most recent, high-profile and methodologically diverse research, whether in the form of clinical trials, surveys or case studies. The three sections of this volume correspond to particular life stages and explore major topics in arts therapies practice and the nature of depression in children, adults and in later life. Individual chapters within the three sections represent all four arts therapies disciplines. The book hopes to improve existing arts therapies practice and research, by encouraging researchers to use creativity in designing meaningful research projects and empowering practitioners to use evidence creatively for the benefit of their clients and the discipline.

Arts Therapies in the Treatment of Depression is an essential resource for arts therapies researchers, practitioners and arts therapists in training. It should also be of interest to other health researchers and health professionals, particularly those who work with clients experiencing depression and in multidisciplinary teams.

  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-315-45439-9 (9781315454399)
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Ania Zubala, PhD, is a health researcher who explores the role of arts and arts therapies for holistically-understood wellbeing, particularly in the context of remote communities and aging populations. She is a research fellow in health psychology and digital health at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland.

Vicky Karkou, PhD, is a professor at Edge Hill University leading the research theme of arts and wellbeing. She is an educator, researcher and dance movement psychotherapist, widely published in peer-reviewed journals and books, and a co-editor of the international journal Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy.

Part 1: The current shape and the future of research in arts therapies and depression

Introduction
Ania Zubala and Vicky Karkou

Part 2: Arts therapies with children and adolescents experiencing depression

1. Music therapy and depression in primary aged children: Reflections on case work in a residential child and family psychiatric unit

Amelia Oldfield

2. Art therapy to address emotional well-being of children who have experienced stress and/or trauma

Unnur Óttarsdóttir

3. Recognising depression in the under 5s: clinical and cultural resistances in dance movement psychotherapy practice - a case study

Sissy Lykou

4. The contribution of movement-based arts therapies to the emotional wellbeing of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Badr Alrazain and Ania Zubala

5. Reducing depressive symptoms in adolescents with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder using dramatherapy

David Read Johnson and Elizabeth McAdam

Part 3: Arts therapies with adults experiencing depression

6. Effect and principles of individual, improvisational music therapy in the treatment of depression

Jaakko Erkkilä, Jörg Fachner, Esa Ala-Ruona, Marko Punkanen and Helen Odell-Miller

7. The effectiveness of art therapy in treating depression in adult prison inmates

David E. Gussak

8. An essence of the therapeutic process in an art therapy group for depression: Qualitative and arts-based inquiry

Ania Zubala

9. Embodied treatment of depression: The development of dance movement therapy model

Päivi Pylvänäinen

10. Body oriented psychotherapy in depression - Innovative approaches

Frank Röhricht and Nina Papadopoulos

11. One to one dramatherapy with depression: Practice based evidence and case study research

Ditty Dokter

12. Application of Expressive Therapies Continuum-based assessment instrument for depression

Vija Bergs Lusebrink and Kristine Martinsone

13. The effects of photo-therapy in the treatment of depression in an inpatient setting

Kathrin Seifert

Part 4: Arts therapies with those experiencing depression in older age

14. Perspectives on research and clinical practice in music therapy for older people with depression

Monika Geretsegger and Christian Gold

15. Art therapy with the older person: One life many losses

Jane Burns

16. Dance movement therapy for older people with depression: Interventions, tools and methods

Iris Bräuninger

17. Dramatherapy, depression and dementia: Working through depression in later life

Sue Jennings
"This inspiring and comprehensive volume written by esteemed experts in the fields of art, music, dance/movement, drama, and phototherapies successfully navigates the topic of the global crisis of depression. Through current research, evidence-based practice, case studies and clinical vignettes this book richly weaves together how creative arts disciplines address the challenge of working with a variety of populations with depression across the lifespan and across cultures. With the goal of demonstrating proof of effectiveness with this challenging crisis of depression, the authors present an engaging compilation of studies using a myriad of creative and diverse clinical approaches, research designs and methods, and perspectives. The study designs are well-suited to the arts therapies and clients and chapters provide both breadth as well as depth. Authors are self-reflective and culturally aware presenting a variety of work with individuals, groups, and short-term and long term treatment. The book as a whole is well organized, balanced, readable and well grounded in research. I anticipate that the impact of this book will be far-reaching and appreciated by arts therapy clinicians and researchers and anyone who works with individuals with depression."


Susan Loman, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, Certified KMP analyst, professor emerita, adjunct faculty was director of the Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Program, Department of Applied Psychology, Antioch University New England.


"The arts therapies have a specific and significant role to play in the prevention, treatment and recovery for people with depression and this volume goes a long way to providing much needed evidence and firm foundations for further robust research in the field. I can agree with the basic tenet of the editors that more rigorous evaluation of day-to-day practice and robust creative, relevant research are required if the arts therapies are going to make the important contribution it can to this area of mental health and wellbeing.


In capturing the fragmented arts therapies research on depression from around the world the editors state the book hopes `this research to be more visible, accessible and inspirational for arts therapists, trainees, other health practitioners, researchers and those shaping health provision' (Zubala & Karkou: 6). In my view they have certainly done this emphasising research and practice, application and benefit, and role of the arts therapies."


Professor Helen Payne, PhD; Reg. ADMP UK: UKCP Reg. University of Hertfordshire, UK.


"As exploration of how arts activities can help alleviate the symptoms of depression this book is a tour de force of multidisciplinary practice and I wholeheartedly recommend it for anybody interested in Arts Therapies. It brings together leading international experts to present new and innovative perspectives on treating depression via engagement in creative activities. The book clearly and concisely presents state of the art clinical practices within arts therapy in an accessible, informative and thoroughly engaging style."


Prof Raymond MacDonald, Chair of Music Psychology and Improvisation, University of Edinburgh.


"This volume, co-edited by a dance therapist and arts therapist clinician researcher, provides a valuable overview of the contribution of arts therapies treatment to the global burden of depression. It brings together worldwide experts from art, drama, dance and music therapy, using different research methodologies to provide an arts therapies evidence base for depression at different stages of life. Research collaborators across the arts therapies can use this volume as a stepping stone for further research in their own modality and for cross modal research. Practitioners and students will find it a valuable basis for the formulation of treatment plans."


Dr Ditty Dokter qualified as a dramatherapist in 1982 and is an HCPC registered dramatherapist, UKCP registered groupanalytic psychotherapist and ADMPUK registered dance movement psychotherapist.
 

"This inspiring and comprehensive volume written by esteemed experts in the fields of art, music, dance/movement, drama, and phototherapies successfully navigates the topic of the global crisis of depression. Through current research, evidence-based practice, case studies and clinical vignettes this book richly weaves together how creative arts disciplines address the challenge of working with a variety of populations with depression across the lifespan and across cultures. With the goal of demonstrating proof of effectiveness with this challenging crisis of depression, the authors present an engaging compilation of studies using a myriad of creative and diverse clinical approaches, research designs and methods, and perspectives. The study designs are well-suited to the arts therapies and clients and chapters provide both breadth as well as depth. Authors are self-reflective and culturally aware presenting a variety of work with individuals, groups, and short-term and long term treatment. The book as a whole is well organized, balanced, readable and well grounded in research. I anticipate that the impact of this book will be far-reaching and appreciated by arts therapy clinicians and researchers and anyone who works with individuals with depression."


<strong>Susan Loman,</strong> MA, BC-DMT, NCC, Certified KMP analyst, professor emerita, adjunct faculty was director of the Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Program, Department of Applied Psychology, Antioch University New England.


"The arts therapies have a specific and significant role to play in the prevention, treatment and recovery for people with depression and this volume goes a long way to providing much needed evidence and firm foundations for further robust research in the field. I can agree with the basic tenet of the editors that more rigorous evaluation of day-to-day practice and robust creative, relevant research are required if the arts therapies are going to make the important contribution it can to this area of mental health and wellbeing.


In capturing the fragmented arts therapies research on depression from around the world the editors state the book hopes `this research to be more visible, accessible and inspirational for arts therapists, trainees, other health practitioners, researchers and those shaping health provision' (Zubala & Karkou: 6). In my view they have certainly done this emphasising research and practice, application and benefit, and role of the arts therapies."


<strong>Professor Helen Payne</strong>, PhD; Reg. ADMP UK: UKCP Reg. University of Hertfordshire, UK.


"As exploration of how arts activities can help alleviate the symptoms of depression this book is a tour de force of multidisciplinary practice and I wholeheartedly recommend it for anybody interested in Arts Therapies. It brings together leading international experts to present new and innovative perspectives on treating depression via engagement in creative activities. The book clearly and concisely presents state of the art clinical practices within arts therapy in an accessible, informative and thoroughly engaging style."


<strong>Prof Raymond MacDonald</strong>, Chair of Music Psychology and Improvisation, University of Edinburgh.


"This volume, co-edited by a dance therapist and arts therapist clinician researcher, provides a valuable overview of the contribution of arts therapies treatment to the global burden of depression. It brings together worldwide experts from art, drama, dance and music therapy, using different research methodologies to provide an arts therapies evidence base for depression at different stages of life. Research collaborators across the arts therapies can use this volume as a stepping stone for further research in their own modality and for cross modal research. Practitioners and students will find it a valuable basis for the formulation of treatment plans."


<strong>Dr Ditty Dokter</strong> qualified as a dramatherapist in 1982 and is an HCPC registered dramatherapist, UKCP registered groupanalytic psychotherapist and ADMPUK registered dance movement psychotherapist.

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