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An overview of the resources available for researchers in the field of Drama Therapy
This guide gives an overview of Drama Therapy materials and resources available at the NYU library. Use the tabs to find useful resources for finding articles, background information, and more in the field of Drama Therapy.
This journal documents and disseminates research on the relationship between drama, theatre, and wellness. The aim is to encourage scholarship about drama therapy theory and practice, facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue, and provide a forum for lively debate in the field.
RiDE: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance is a refereed journal aimed at those who are interested in applying performance practices to cultural engagement, educational innovation and social change. It provides an international forum for research into drama and theatre conducted in community, educational, developmental and therapeutic contexts. The journal offers a dissemination of completed research and research in progress, and through its Points and Practices section it encourages debate between researchers both on its published articles and on other matters. Contributions are drawn from a range of people involved in drama and theatre from around the world. It aims to bring the fruits of the best researchers to an international readership and to further debates in the rich and diverse field of educational drama and applied theatre.
Dramatherapy is the theoretical journal of the British Association of Dramatherapists which covers all aspects of theory, practice and research in the field of Dramatherapy. It aims to promote, develop and examine the diversity of Dramatherapy and to dialogue with related disciplines in the fields of creative arts therapies, theatre, psychotherapy, performance, movement, and story work.
Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles exploring embodied relating in psychotherapy. It is the only scholarly journal wholly dedicated to the growing fields of body psychotherapy, somatic psychology and dance movement psychotherapy. The importance of the role of the body and movement in manifesting expression, insight and change and in promoting recovery is increasingly being recognized in fields such as neuro and cognitive sciences and psychology. The journal encourages broad and in-depth discussion of issues relating to research activities, theory, clinical practice, professional development and personal reflections.
The International Journal of Art Therapy: Inscape is a leading publication for the international body of art therapy professionals and is the official journal of the British Association of Art Therapists learned society. The journal presents high quality systematic research by professional art therapists from around the world, on art therapy practice, theory and the development of the profession, from a variety of perspectives and approaches.