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eBook The Healing Movie Book (Precious Images: The Healing Use of Cinema in Psychotherapy) ePub

by Michael Kalm

  • ISBN: 1411604695
  • Category: Movies
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Michael Kalm
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lulu.com (February 16, 2004)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1401 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1305 kb
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Cinema therapy is the process of using movies made for the big screen or. .People will bring up a movie or a book, and the selection process of what they hone in on can be a clue to some obvious - or not s.

Cinema therapy is the process of using movies made for the big screen or television for therapeutic purposes," says Gary Solomon, PhD, MPH, MSW, author of The Motion Picture Prescription and Reel Therapy. Cue up your DVD player because "cinema therapy is something that is self-administered," he says. That's not to say therapy on a one-to-one basis is bad, but this is an opportunity to do interventional work by yourself. People will bring up a movie or a book, and the selection process of what they hone in on can be a clue to some obvious - or not so obvious - conflict that they are working with," he says.

Cinema therapy or movie therapy is a form of supplemental therapy - like art, music and dance therapy - for medical and mental health issues. It is also used as a form of self-help. Cinematherapy was created and popularized by Dr. Gary Solomon, the first to write on using movies as therapy.

This exciting book: 1.Removes the mystery of psychotherapy, explaining in clear, lively prose, what it's for, how it works, and why it works. 2.Shows how pivotal scenes from commercially available movies, spanning more than 70 years can facilitate the positive outcome of a psychotherapy. 3.Includes plot outlines and analyses of 169 movies from a unique Psychiatric viewpoint that makes classic films fresh for even the most seasoned movie-lover. 4.Informs and entertains with anecdotes and poignant clinical tales peppered throughout the text.