Imagining yourself as a young client pick an incident (minor transition point, change or life event) from your life and with the aid of one the modalities presented, articulate how you would assist your young self to process this experience. We stress that the event chosen, must be minor in impact. ?Your paper must include information pertinent to the life stage, theoretical underpinnings of chosen approach, in-depth discussion on interventions used and critical reflection of efficacy of approach. ?As an example, at age 5 you started school, using IDT explore the meaning of the transition for your young child self. – Discuss why and how you would use the intervention, i.e. expand on the practical nature of modality, interactions, relationship etc. and how you as a professional might establish a therapeutic relationship. ?Assessment 3 marking criteria:
- Clear and concise description of your life stage and the chosen incident, event
- Clear element of personal critical reflection linked to the situation described and potential professional impact
- Therapeutic Intentions, demonstrated understanding of how the activity may ?support/benefit the client.
- Overall research quality and professional insights
- Writing style
Selection of Bibliographical Material
The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to nurture your Childs Developing Mind; ISBN: 9781921942495; Author: Siegel, Daniel J., Bryson, Tina Payne Publisher: Scribe Publications ?
Counselling Children: A practical Introduction. ISBN: 9781446256534 Author: Geldard, Kathryn; Geldard, David & Yin Foo, Rebecca; Publisher: Sage Publications ?
Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain; ISBN-13: 978-1585429356; Author: Siegel, Daniel J; Publisher: TarcherPerigee
Creative Interventions with traumatized Children. ISBN: 9781462518449 Author: Malchiodi, Cathryn Publisher: Guildford
Using Story Telling As a Therapeutic Tool with Children. ISBN: 2000319237683 Author: Sunderland Margot Publisher: Speechmark
Therapeutic Storytelling: 101 healing stories for Children. ISBN: 9781907359156 Author: Susan Perrow Publisher: Hawthorn Press
Windows to Our Children. ISBN: 0939266067 Author: Violet Oaklander Publisher: The Gestalt Journal Press
Why Love Matters how affection shapes a babys brain. ISBN: 1583918175 Author: Sue Gerhardt, Publisher: Routledge
Creative Play with Children at Risk. ISBN: 0863885365 Author: Sue Jennings, Publisher: Speechmark
The Body Remembers. ISBN 9780393703276 Author: Babette Rothschild, Publisher: W.W. Norton
Trauma and Recovery from domestic abuse to political terror. ISBN: 9780863584305 Author: Judith Lewis Herman, Publisher: Pandora
Collective Narrative Practice: Responding to Individuals, Groups, and Communities Who have Experienced Trauma. ISBN: 0975218050, 9780975218051 Author: David Denborough, Publisher: Dulwich Publications
Touching Clay, Touching What? ISBN: 9781906289171 Author: Lynne Souter-Anderson Publisher: Archive Publishing
Therapy Today: https://therapytoday.net/ – The library has subscribed to this magazine.
Aral, Susan M. & Griffin, Janet & Miatello, Ashleigh, Greig, Carrie L. (2008) Leisure and Recreation Involvement in the Context of Healing from Trauma. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 42, No. 1. Waterloo: Canada.
Bacon, Heather & Richardson, Sue (2001) Attachment Theory and Child Abuse: An Overview of the Literature for Practitioners. Child Abuse Review. Vol. 10. United Kingdom.
Becker-Weidman, Arthor & Hughes, Daniel (2008) Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy: An Evidence-Based Treatment for Children with Complex Trauma and Disorders of Attachment. Child and Family Social Work. Vol. 13. United States of America.
Bendini, Leandra A. & Anderson, Denise M. (2005) I’m Nice, I’m Smart, I Like Karate: Girls with Physical Disabilities’ Perceptions of Physical Recreation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 39, Issue 2. Arlington.
Breen, Andrea. (2012) Raising hope: Play therapy, improvisation and the arts with children experiencing difficult lives. Psychotherapy in Australia. Vol. 18, Issue 2.
Cook, Alexander & Spinazzola, Joseph et al. (2007) Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents. Oregon: United States of America.
Cory, Lynne & Dattilo, John & Williams, Richard (2006) Effects of Leisure Educational Program on Social Knowledge and Skills of Youth with Cognitive Disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 40, Issue 3. Arlington.
De Saint-Exupy, Antoine (1943) The Little Prince. Harcourt: London
Cunningham, Joyce M. & Booth Jr., Robert A. (2008) Practice with Children and their Families: A Specialty of Clinical Social Work. Child Adolescent Social Work Journal. Vol. 25. Massachusetts: United States of America.
Howe, David (2006) Developmental Attachment Psychotherapy with Foster and Adopted Children. Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal. Vol. 11, No. 3. Oxford: United Kingdom.
Hutchinson, Susan & LeBlanc, Adrienne & Booth, Rhonda (2006) More then Just Having Fun: Reconsidering the Role of Enjoyment in Therapeutic Recreation Practice. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 40, No. 4. Halifax: Nova Scotia.
Kensinger, Kari & Gearig, Jamie & Boor,, Jenny & Olson, Nicole & Gras, Tracy (2007) A Therapeutic Recreation Program for International Refugees in a Midwest Community. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 41, No. 2. Michigan: United States of America.
Malekoff, A (2009) Why we get no Respect: Existential Dilemmas for Group Workers Who Work with Kids Groups. in Cohen, C S., Phillips M H., and Hanson, M Eds (2009) Strength and Diversity in Social Work with Groups. Routledge; London & New York
Miller, Kimberly D. & Schleien, Stuart J. & Brooke, Paula & Frisoli, Antoinette M. & Brooks III, Wade T. (2005) Community for All: The Therapeutic Recreation Practitioner’s Role in Inclusive Volunteering. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 39, Issue 1. Arlington.
Perry, B. D. (2001) The Neurodevelopmental Impact of Violence in Childhood. Textbook of Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry. American Psychiatry Press, Inc. Texas: United States of America.
Perry, Bruce D. (2006) Applying Principles of Neurodevelopment to Clinical Work with Maltreated and Traumatized Children: The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. The Guiford Press. New York: United States of America.
Perry, Bruce D. & Pollard, Ronnie A. & Blakley, Toi I. & Baker, William I. & Vigilante, Domenico (1995) Childhood Trauma, the Neurobiology of Adaptation, and Use-Dependent Development of the Brain: How, States, Become, Trait. Infant Mental Health Journal. Vol. 16, No. 4. Texas: United Sates of America.
Ruthie Kucharewski (2006) Inclusion: Including People with Disabilities in Parks and Recreation Opportunities. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 40, Issue 2. Arlington.
Reynolds, Vikki (2011) Resisting burnout with justice-doing. International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work, Issue 4, p.27-45 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
Schore, Allan N. (2001) Contributions from the Decade of the Brain to Infant Health: An Overview. Infant Mental Health Journal. Vol. 22, No. 1. Michigan: United States of America.
Seigel, Daniel J. (2001) Toward and Interpersonal Neurobiology of the Developing Mind: Attachment Relationships, Mindsight, and Neural Integration. Infant Mental Health Journal. Vol. 22, No. 1. Michigan: United States of America.
Smith, Roger (2008) Social Work with Young People. Polity Press: UK?Sommerfeld, Denise P. (1989) The Origins of Mother-Blaming: Historical Perspectives on
Childhood and Motherhood. Infant Mental Health Journal. Vol. 10, No. 1. Nova Scotia: Canada. Sylvester, Charles (2009) A Virtue-Based Approach to Therapeutic Recreation Practice.
Therapeutic Recreation Journal: Vol. 43, No. 3: Bellingham.
Van der Kolk, Bessel A. (2005) Developmental Trauma Disorder: A New, Rational Diagnosis for Children with Complex Trauma History. Psychiatric Animals Journal. Boston: United States of America.
Waaktaar, Trine & Christie, Helen J. & Borge, Anne I. H. & Torgersen, S. (2004) How Can Young People’s Resilience be Enhanced? Experiences from a Clinical Intervention Project. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol. 9, No. 2. London: England
Zabriskie, Ramon B. & Lundberg, Neil R. & Groff, Dianne G. (2005) Quality of Life and Identity: The Benefits of Community-Based Therapeutic Recreation and Adaptive Sports Program. Therapeutic Recreation Journal. Vol. 39, Issue 3. Arlington.