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Breaking through the barrier: Puppet play with the profoundly handicapped

Oatman, Kae

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ISBN 10: 0919065090 / ISBN 13: 9780919065093
Published by Ontario Puppetry Association Pub, 1981
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Title: Breaking through the barrier: Puppet play ...

Publisher: Ontario Puppetry Association Pub

Publication Date: 1981

Book Condition:Fair

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This book explores the myriad possibilities of using puppets as therapy for children. "While playing the role of therapist, the puppet can confidently enter the pre- or post-operative setting of a hospital ward and assist the frightened, sad or frustrated child to vent his or her emotions in an atmosphere less frightening than the uniformed and instrumented surroundings provide. In psychotherapy, the child is often able to use the ever-powerful puppet as a vehicle through which feelings and emotions can be expressed which might otherwise have remained hidden or repressed."

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