Review of Related Literature In this study the review of related literature talks about the variety of literature that related to the case study on the effect of Music Therapy to the cohort of children with ADHD. Music Therapy Music Therapy is considered a related service modality in special education (IDEA, 1997). Music therapy is essential concept in expressing someone’s emotions; it is helps to alter negative moods and behavior of child with disability. It calms the minds and soul of every child. It helps to renders negative moods and feelings and reduces stress and depression that neutralizing the inner self.
This can be done allowing the child to create a puppet show. As puppets serve a vital role in play therapy children are able to easily project their feelings and thoughts on to puppets (http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~drbryce/Play%20Therapy%20Techniques.pdf). This game which was created by Carolyn J. Narcavage, will allow the child to overcome resistance while engaging in the game (Kaduson & Schaefer, 1997). Using puppets to express their inner feelings will create a symbolic client in the therapeutic environment. This would help to remove therapist’s focus on the child where child’s comfort level will increase and allow the child to stay at a safe emotional distance
Many Play Therapy sessions involve the use of toys, puppets, games, and role plays to help the child indentify and communicate about what has happened. It helps the child to recognise how they feel about certain experiences in their lives. In many situations a child will use a puppet to talk about things when they feel they cannot speak to anyone else. Through a combination of talk and play, play therapy encourages the child to better understand and manage their feelings and behaviours. One form of therapy used in conjunction with play therapy is sand play therapy.
_A box of crayons, pots of finger paints, or tubs of playdough can take us right back to childhood. Pottering with art supplies is super fun, but are these simple tools capable of doing much more for children, especially those with behavioral and psychological disorders? Art therapy stimulates children's natural imagination that is found to be beneficial in treating learning and behavioral disorders, healing traumatic memories, and coping with grief._ #Can Art Therapy Help Children With Behavioral And Emotional Problems? #Cure with Colors, Crayons, and Clay - How Art Therapy Helps Children With Behavioral And Emotional Problems Children with emotional and behavioral problems find it hard and intimidating to verbalize their feelings in clinical
Art therapy has been defined as the therapeutic use of art making, with a professional therapist, by people who experience illness, trauma, or challenges in living, and by people who seek personal development (Nighesh 812). Art therapy is a nonverbal process, ¨Art therapy is based on the idea that the creative process of art making is healing and life enhancing and is a form of nonverbal¨ (Avramova 52). During art therapy, the client focuses on the process of making the art and not the beauty of it. Art therapy can encourage people to understand and show their emotions with a creative process. Expanding coping skills, diminishing stress, forming an identity and regaining control of emotions and thoughts can be great reasons to cooperate in art therapy.
Then he asks the patients to tell him ab out his dreams and childhood because according to his theory on Dreams(explained above), Dreams helps to understand one 's personality. Psychoanalyst allows the patient to speak whatever he wants and to tell him anything or everything, he feels is wrong with him. In order to encourage the client for the further insight development, psychoanalyst uses techniques like: parapraxes, resistances analysis, ink blots etc [Saul McLeod, 2007] . These therapies helps the patient to understand himself and t o gain the insight of whatever is
When the persons with disability feel that they are being included and accepted by the people around them, they will start accepting their own disability. During drama activities especially when working with mixed-ability students, one should consider working within an open space and creating a circle. One should start the
Anderson allowed us to see through each character and see a change in each one to better their lives: Richie taught as a coach to young kids, Eli accepted his mental disorder and went to a rehabilitation center, and Margot writes a play. To enumerate, Harriet Lerner emphasizes that “A true apology focuses exclusively on the hurt feelings of the other person, and
The family unit can discuss what is bothering them; helping them understand the roles of each person in the home and identify how everybody can work through the dysfunction together to have a healthier functioning home. Plus, new behavioral skill is learned to correct negative behaviors in the home (M.U.S.E., 2081). And, the three points and goals for individual rehabilitation is that it can be used if the patient have dual diagnosis issues, for example depression and hallucinations. Clients learn successful tools to take the control over their own life, and learn how to respond to difficult situations with effective coping
I have gained a tremendous amount of insight and development as a social work therapist. In summary, the therapy draws on a range of techniques that is useful by focusing and resolving the problems linked to the interpersonal problems; as well as, applying the therapeutic techniques to support the strategies of identifying the interpersonal focus. The clarification technique helps to explore interpersonal assumptions of what the client is communicating to ensure what the client is speaking is clear-cut. The IPT and techniques allow the client to explore their feelings while the therapist assists the client in exploring options in ways out of their