Working with Hearts of Glass
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This book is very informative providing valuable information on an integrative approach to the autism spectrum and is written in a sensitive manner. This book would be a valuable resource for practitioners who are working therapeutically with children on the autism spectrum and who wish to know more about a holistic approach. Parents may also find this book useful. -- Play for Life I have been influenced by David's words and methods for many years. He clearly 'gets' autism. This book provides a plethora of ideas which put autism at the centre of the approach. I will certainly be using this very valuable book in my work. -- Sarah Hendrickx, author and specialist consultant and trainer in autism and Asperger syndrome David has produced an excellent volume related to the psychotherapeutic support of individuals with autism. A wide-ranging text written in an extremely sensitive and informative manner, this is an excellent introduction to possible ways of working with autistic individuals. -- Dr Luke Beardon, Senior Lecturer in Autism, The Autism Centre, Sheffield Hallam University
David Moat is an Integrative Psychotherapist with over twenty-six years' experience of working with individuals on the autism spectrum. He is a past joint-chair of The Confederation of Service Providers for People with Autism (CoSPPA) and has been a registered team leader in the Autism Accreditation Programme. He currently lives and practices psychotherapy in Cambridge, UK, where he is Initial Treatment Consultant at the Integrated Autism Clinic.
Introduction. 1. Acknowledged, Accepted and Embraced. 2. Integrative Psychotherapeutic Principles. 3. ...and Breathe! 4. Social Coaching. 5. Goals and Targets. 6. Beyond Words. 7. Using Play and Creativity in Therapy. 8. Hypnotherapeutic Techniques. 9. Imagery and Story-making. 10. Anger. 11. Anxiety. 12. Loss and Bereavement. 13. Positive Life Planning. 14. New Developments. Appendix: Historical Influences on Psychotherapy for Autism. Bibliography. Further Reading. Index.