Inclusion, Play and Empathy (häftad)
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Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Rahm, Dorothea (contributions)/Trevarthen, Colwyn (contributions)/Panksepp, Jaak (contributions)/Bentzen, Marianne (contributions)/Lakoseljac-Andreasen, Christine (contributions)/Rubin, Phyllis B. (contributions)/Winstead, Marlo (contributions)/Holck, Ulla (contributions)/Jacobsen, Stine Lindahl (co
16 black and white figures
16 black and white figures
226 x 150 x 18 mm
454 g
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Inclusion, Play and Empathy (häftad)

Inclusion, Play and Empathy

Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups

Häftad Engelska, 2016-09-21
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Contributions from early childhood educators, teachers, psychologists, music therapists, occupational therapists, and psychotherapists highlight the crucial role that early relationships and interactions in group settings play in the development of children's personal, emotional and social skills. The book features the latest research and methods for successfully encouraging the development of these skills in groups of children aged 4-12. It explores how play within children's groups can be facilitated in order to foster emotional and empathic capacities, how to overcome common challenges to inclusion in schools and introduces practical, creative approaches to cultivating a sense of unity and team spirit in children's groups.
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This is a compact information-laden volume that conveys a comprehensive understanding of play activity in the lives of children. Theory and practice are interwoven reflecting the diverse meanings of play for the individual child and his parents, as well as for groups of children playing together. The author has written about her own perspective on play as well as including the wisdom of her colleagues from allied disciplines. Susan Hart's vivid, inclusive and comprehensive view of play is a treasure! -- Saralea Chazan Ph.D. Clinical-Child Psychologist This passionate book offers numerous creative and playful practices and innovative educational interventions for all those working with children in groups - be that teachers, mental health practitioners and allied professionals. Its richness lies in the diverse approaches presented and developed in different cultures and settings, but all with the main aim of stimulating the improvement of children's emotional, empathic and social learning. Essential reading for all those who believe that inclusive schools need to focus at least as much on promoting emotional and relational competencies as they do on cognitive and academic achievements. -- Prof. Dr. E. Asen, M.D., FRCPsych Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families University College London There is a great deal beyond words that should be part of the talking cure, particularly with children. This book gives the best map currently available to some of the techniques available to reach those children whose emotional vulnerability cannot be reached with verbal dialogue. A brilliant collection of essays. -- Peter Fonagy, Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, UCL; Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, London, UK. Brains allow humans to move, predictions make movements meaningful by mentalization, and mentalization is validated by feelings from emotions. This is the short version of this excellent introduction to the roles of play in the development of inclusionary empathy. The volume by eminent practitioners of the different fields is highly recommended to anyone concerned with the loss of empathy in the age of the internet. -- Albert Gjedde

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Colwyn Trevarthen is Emeritus Professor of Child Psychology and Psychobiology at the University of Edinburgh.


Foreword by Phyllis Booth. Introduction and content of the book. Susan Hart. 1. In Tune with Feeling: Musical Play with Emotions of Creativity, Inspiring Neuroaffective Development and Self-Confidence for Learning in Company. Colwyn Trevarthen and Jaak Panksepp. 2. Empathy and Compassion are also Competences that have to be Learned. Susan Hart. 3. Is it OK to Play and Have Fun at School?. Susan Hart. 4. Maturing Meetings in Children Groups - Now-Moments and Flow. Marianne Bentzen and Christine Lakoseljac-Andreasen. 5. Group Theraplay in Classrooms: How Playful Engagement Fosters Social and Emotional Growth. Phyllis Rubin and Marlo Winstead. 6. Inclusion, Children Groups, Music Therapy - Music and Communicative Musicality. Ulla Holck and Stine Lindahl Jacobsen. 7. The Emerging of Empathy. Dorothea Rahm. 8. My Pain Turned to Gold. Eldbjorg Wedaa. 9. Playing with Possibilities: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy with Younger Clients in Individual, Family and Group Psychotherapy. Bonnie Goldstein and Pat Ogden. 10. Getting Together, Playing Together, Healing Together: How To Craft a Somatic Based Group Activity. Alexandre Duarte. 11. NASSA - NeuroAffective Psychological Structured Social Activity. Susan Hart, Knud Hellborn and Gitte Jorgensen. 12. Friendship, Empathy and Mindfulness in Children's Groups. Developing Children's Natural Capacities. Helle Jensen. 13. Multi-family Therapy with Groups of Children and Their Parents/Carers. Serena Potter. Epilogue by Susan Hart.