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  • Hardcover: 332 pages
  • Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (Jan. 8 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1593856156
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593856151
  • Product Dimensions: 22.8 x 16.2 x 3.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 621 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #132,205 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Malchiodi is a widely read and well-respected art therapist whose work on the treatment of childhood trauma is exemplary. This book addresses the rich array of therapies to which terrified youngsters respond. For the newcomer to the field who wishes to learn how drawings, doll play, music, relaxation, and storytelling may be used after devastating events--or for the old hand at working with kids who wants a good review of what's new--this is just the book."--Lenore C. Terr, MD, author of Magical Moments of Change

"This comprehensive resource delivers everything the title promises and more. Grounded in current trauma theory, the book presents creative, evidence-based therapeutic approaches developed specifically for children and adolescents. It also provides a clear understanding of childhood PTSD and its implications for treatment. Overall, the chapters emphasize an integrative perspective that interweaves counseling theory with creative modalities. I highly recommend this book to practitioners and would also use it as a training text for students."--Elizabeth A. Warson, MA, ATR-BC, Graduate Art Therapy Program, Eastern Virginia Medical School

"Malchiodi has put together an invaluable resource that is chock full of highly creative and innovative interventions for traumatized children. The all-star lineup of contributors have written solid, user-friendly chapters on doing effective expressive therapy work with children who have experienced many types of trauma. This is a timely, welcome contribution to the child trauma and psychotherapy literature--a terrific book that will greatly benefit therapists working in the trenches with these challenging children and their families."--Matthew D. Selekman, MSW, Codirector, Partners for Collaborative Solutions, Evanston, Illinois



"Malchiodi puts forth a comprehensive guide for professionals utilizing the creative arts therapies in child trauma work. The book is well structured and each chapter offers the reader a deeper understanding of specific creative applications and useful interventions for working with traumatized children, families, and groups....An excellent resource for practitioners and provides its readers with strategies for working with children who have been exposed to a wide range of traumatic experiences. I found Malchiodi's presentation of the neurobiological effects of trauma to be an exciting introduction to new ways of looking at trauma work with children. It serves as a foundation for the important and moving work described by the contributing authors and sets the tone for the book....The text is well organized and the information is presented in a format that is easy to read and very practical. I highly recommend this book to professionals working with children who have experienced trauma, as well as practitioners who are interested in applying creative interventions to their practice."--Art Therapy
(Art Therapy 2008-01-10)

"This book provides a thorough look into expressive interventions used in trauma, grief, and crisis with children. Malchiodi's carefully edited chapters are easy to read and absorbing....Each chapter illuminates a particular aspect of creative therapies [including] music therapy, art therapy, bibliotherapy, and play therapy. I would recommend this book as it provides step by step strategies and the thought-provoking examples of case work from Malchiodi's own practice and other practitioners....Malchiodi's book is an important contribution to the research in creative interventions and traumatized children and it's no wonder, she is so highly regarded in the art therapy community."--Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal
(Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal 2008-01-03)

"I would recommend this well researched and well informed book to therapists working in schools with children of displaced, disenfranchised survivors of war, and disaster and those working with families around the world who are struggling to make sense of their traumatizing experiences....This book is packed with suggested activities for therapists to help restore the child's sense of safety and ability to function creatively and spontaneously, by rebuilding their own internal resource as a coping measure against the many minor traumas we all 'suffer' and have to deal with in everyday life."--Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal
(Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal 2008-01-10)

"The book has a rich collection of black and white sketches that are worth the price of the book on its own merit. They speak when words fail....The book has good reference information, organized by chapters."--Illness, Crisis and Loss
(Illness, Crisis and Loss 2008-01-10)

About the Author

Cathy A. Malchiodi, ATR-BC, LPCC, CPAT, REAT, is a licensed clinical mental health counselor, art therapist, and expressive arts therapist, and is also a faculty member at the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children and at Lesley University. She has more than 25 years of clinical experience in working with people of all ages and has worked as an art therapist with survivors of traumatic experiences, including domestic violence, physical and sexual abuse, disaster, and serious or life-threatening illnesses. Ms. Malchiodi is a frequent presenter on art and health care throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe, and has given more than 250 invited presentations. She is the only person to have received all three of the American Art Therapy Association's highest honors: Distinguished Service Award (1991), Clinician Award (2000), and Honorary Life Member Award (2002). The author or editor of numerous books, including The Art Therapy Sourcebook, Understanding Children's Drawings, and the Handbook of Art Therapy, she has also published over 70 peer-reviewed papers on the use of art therapy and arts medicine with trauma survivors, survivors of child physical and sexual abuse, people with psychiatric disorders, and those with physical illness.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Kevin Keliher on Sept. 6 2010
Format: Hardcover
I have been a child therapist for 3 decades and this book was quite inspiring. I found my use of the creative arts in my sessions greatly increased as did my effectiveness after reading Cathy Malchiodi book. What a pleasure :-)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Creative Book July 27 2011
By Theresa Leone Davidson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This is an excellent book that details different therapies, all creative, to deal with children who have been traumatized. The original reason I had the library get me this was because one of the chapters, 'Grieving in the Public Eye,' was written by a friend and former roommate, Laura Loumeau-May. Laura is an artist and art therapist, and her chapter details how she treated specific clients, those who were the children of victims of the World Trade Center attacks. She used many creative ideas, including heart shaped collages and memorial projects, to help these kids deal with their grief and overwhelming sense of loss. Although I am a teacher, not someone in this field, I found it very interesting. Other chapters I particularly liked included one by P. Gussie Klorer, that dealt with treating children with attachment issues. One of the ideas is to have her clients create life sized dolls; one of her clients, a foster child who for a long time felt that it would be a betrayal of her biological mother to love her foster parents, used the doll to say and do the things she could not. Very interesting. Also, the chapter by Russell E. Hilliard about using music therapy with traumatized children in group therapy was fascinating, as was another chapter, by Craig Haen, about using drama therapy, something that is apparently somewhat uncommon, to treat children who have been the victims of abuse or trauma. Besides Loumeau-May's chapter, the two I enjoyed the most both dealt with literacy as a form of treatment (no doubt because I am a Language Arts teacher), one by Ann Cattanach entitled 'Working Creatively with Children and Their Families after Trauma: The Storied Life,' and another by the editor of the book, Cathy Malchiodi, and Deanne Ginns-Gruenberg, entitled 'Trauma, Loss, and Bibliotherapy: The Healing Power of Stories.' Very cool how they write about using literature as a form of intervention, including having their clients read specific stories, and by identifying with the characters, they gain increased understanding and insight into their own problems, and integrating ideas or themes from existing stories into their own stories, they come to better understand the issues they face. Lots of case stories and how these ideas work for their clients. If there is any criticism I have of the book, and I acknowledge I am NOT in this field so this is purely an opinion, it is with the chapter by Diane S. Safran and Elysa R. Safran, entitled 'Creative Approaches to Minimize the Traumatic Impact of Bullying Behavior.' I had issues with some of what they wrote, which seemed too pat and unrealistic, including the case study of a student who categorizes his victimization at school by bullies as being 'terrorized.' Yet after three months of drawing pictures he's all better and can handle the bullying by walking away. Either details were missing from this account or the results were skewed because if one is being truly 'terrorized' at school, which far too many students are, walking away is not usually an option. Nevertheless, an illuminating book that I would highly recommend.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Comprehensive Discussion of Interventions Involving Creativity Jan. 6 2009
By Book Lady - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I am pleased with the book in that it is thorough in it's discussion of trauma and the artistic interventions that can benefit those who suffer from it. I was hoping that the book would be more of an overview of creative ideas and how to apply them, rather than a discussion of why to use interventions involving creativity. However, it is still a valuable resource.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Diverse Approaches to Dealing with Trauma June 26 2011
By Megan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This book is a compilation of chapters written by various experts regarding the effects of trauma and useful interventions for resolving it. Each chapter is well-researched, providing information and insights that mental health professionals from a variety of backgrounds will be able to utilize. Highly recommend!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Book for Art Therapists May 18 2009
By J. Mosing - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This book was very helpful when researching examples of how art therapy can help children who have experienced trauma such as abuse, neglect, or domestic violence. I found it particularly useful when writing about PTSD in children, and how art therapy can be used to treat these children. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested learning about the benefits of art therapy, or counseling children who have experienced trauma.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great book with wonderful interventions Dec 7 2013
By joshwooding - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Loaded with great information about many different topics and issues regarding children. I would recommend it for an add on to any library.


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