"It is a thought-provoking, eye-opening picture of therapeutic possibilities for a daring, courageous counselor who is willing to be forever vigilant, forever learning, forever present. This book belongs on any counselor's shelf as a resource, packed full of information, insight, and creative ideas to enhance the therapeutic process--even for those counselors who would never dare to explore movement with their clients."
-"The Advocate, July/Aug 1996
"Anyone interested in psychology and creativity must read this book ... the treatment of Sue and Jon, two blind children; Warren, an autistic child; and Sandra, a sexually abused little girl, are just three of the unforgettable cases."
-Dr. Robert W. Siroka, Director, Psychodrama Training Institute, NY
"a compassionate and compelling portrayal of human problems and the methods used to resolve them. The authors ... describe countless creative approaches. All inspire meaningful expression and revelation."
-Dr. Robert Landy, Director of Drama Therapy, NYU
About the Author
Leventhal is a clinical neuropsychologist at both New York University Medical Center and New York State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Leventhal's educational history includes a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, a M.A. degree from New York University, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Teacher's College, Columbia University.