Simply typing in "drama therapy" will only reveal a small portion of the available literature. Choice of search terms has a tremendous impact on the outcome of your search. Different databases use different terminology, and none rely entirely on the phrase"drama therapy."
There is not an abundance of literature on the topic of drama therapy. Increase your search results by referencing articles in related fields, such as dance or movement therapy, that may share key concepts.
Academic Libraries that use the Library of Congress Classification Outline
(the majority of them) can easily be browsed for serendipitous
discovery of wonderful books in your subject area. All you need to know
is the call number range to get yourself situated.
Library of Congress Call Number Areas:
RC 489 .D3 Psychiatry. Drama Therapy
RC 512 -552 Psychoses & neuroses
RC 552 .E18 Psychiatry. Neurosis. Eating Disorders
RJ 499-507 Child Psychiatry, including mental disorders of children and adolescents
Drama Therapeutic Use (not useful in PsycInfo)
Creative Arts Therapy
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