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Creative Storytelling with Children at Risk
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Contents Author's acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1 Why storytelling is essential Chapter 2 Stories about nature, theatre and play Chapter 3 Stories for play development and assessment Chapter 4 Stories for sequencing and outcomes Chapter 5 Stories for sadness Chapter 6 Stories about neglect Chapter 7 Stories for anger management Chapter 8 Stories for talking about fears Chapter 9 Stories about nature Chapter 10 Stories for feeling good about life (especially looked-after children) Appendix 1 Extra stories to explore Appendix 2 Story techniques for teachers, therapists and parents Appendix 3 Messy play recipes References and useful reading

About the Author

Dr Sue Jennings pioneered Dramatherapy and Playtherapy in the UK and Europe and established the fields in postgraduate practice. Sue is a founding member of the British Association of Dramatherapists, is State Registered with the Health Professions Council, a full member of the British Association of Play Therapists and Play Therapy UK. She is also a full member of the National Association of Drama Therapy (USA).

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"This thought-provoking volume demonstrates, through good explanations of theory and examples of practice, the potential power of stories and storytelling when supporting vulnerable children." - Helen Curran, senior lecturer in SEN at Bath Spa University.

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