Storytelling Therapy

Fall 2017 (Sept-Dec)

 

 

Course Readings.

 

(As of 26 Oct 2017 -- 7 sessions completed, 6 remaining.)

 

 

The following writings are by Dr Eric Miller unless otherwise noted.

 

 

 

STORYTELLING THERAPY

(AND RELATED APPROACHES)

 

1) "Story and Storytelling in Storytelling Therapy

and Expressive Arts Therapy" (14 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/368.pdf

 

2) "Expressive Arts Therapy -- including Storytelling Therapy -- in Cultural Context" (5 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/145.pdf

 

3) "Fairytale Therapy: A Type of Storytelling Therapy" (9 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/Fairytale_Therapy.pdf

 

4) "Fairytale Therapy", by www.benessere.com,

http://storytellinginstitute.org/225.pdf

 

5) "Therapy with Fairytales" (12 pages), by Ruth Stotter,

http://storytellinginstitute.org/Therapy_with_Fairytales.pdf

 

6) "The Healing Touch of a Story" (4 pages), by Mishti Verma,

http://storytellinginstitute.org/228.pdf

 

7) Notes: The Storytelling Therapy Process in 7 Steps (1 page),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/216.html

 

8) Notes: Carl Jung's Therapy Process in 3 Steps.

http://storytellinginstitute.org/Jung.html

 

9) "What is Jungian Analysis?", by Michael Vannoy Adams,

http://jungnewyork.com/what-is-jungian-analysis.shtml

 

10) "Becoming Oneself -- A Goal in Carl Jung's Conception of Therapy" (4 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/324.pdf

 

 

 

STORY AND STORYTELLING

 

11) "Storytelling Workshop: Notes" (20 pages).

Metaphors are listed and discussed on pages 8-10.

http://storytellinginstitute.org/97.pdf

 

12) "Aspects of the Storytelling Revival in India" (8 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/123.pdf

 

13) Links to Folktales (Animal Fables, Fairytales, etc),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/87.html

 

 

 

MOVEMENT IN STORYTELLING THERAPY

 

14) Notes: Posture, Gesture, Movement, and Dance in Storytelling (3 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/147.pdf

 

15) Review of a Workshop on "Using Fairytale and Myth in Drama-and-Movement Therapy",

http://storytellinginstitute.org/22ee.html

 

16) Notes: Ways Posture, Gesture, Movement, and Dance could be used in Storytelling Therapy (1 page),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/217.html

 

 

 

DRAWING IN STORYTELLING THERAPY

 

17) Two ways to talk people through creating and drawing a story:

1) The 6-part Story Method, and

2) (after the Bibliography) a less direct method (5 pages),

http://storytellinginstitute.org/2_ways.pdf

 


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Notes on readings from TD on 27 Sept

 

 

 

 



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