First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"It is a thought-provoking, eye-opening picture of therapeutic possibilities for a daring, courageous counselor who is willing to be forever vigilant, forever learning, forever present. This book belongs on any counselor's shelf as a resource, packed full of information, insight, and creative ideas to enhance the therapeutic process--even for those counselors who would never dare to explore movement with their clients." -- The Advocate
"Anyone interested in psychology and creativity must read this book … the treatment of Sue and Jon, two blind children; Warren, an autistic child; and Sandra, a sexually abused little girl, are just three of the unforgettable cases." -- Dr. Robert W. Siroka, Director, Psychodrama Training Institute, NY
"a compassionate and compelling portrayal of human problems and the methods used to resolve them. The authors … describe countless creative approaches. All inspire meaningful expression and revelation." -- Dr. Robert Landy, Director of Drama Therapy, NYU