Dr. Wolz has published articles on this subject in numerous periodicals and journals including the International Academy of Family Psychology, The Therapist, and Viewpoint. She is in demand for media interviews and presents workshops worldwide. Her popular web site is widely recognized as being the most accessible and all-encompassing site on the subject of cinema therapy. She writes a column for The Therapist on therapeutic movie reviews and has served as a visiting faculty member at JFK University in Pleasant Hill, California.
I thought E-Motion Picture Magic was very straightforward and explained well.
It provides a great perspective in discussing interpersonal issues in a way which can help depersonalize conflict and promote healthy discussion.
We can use the plot's solution to problems to guide us to a path more satisfying to our own needs.
her work with cinematherapy is inestimable
and should be standard in EVERY psychiatric or psychosomatic hospital!
IN my former hospital we worked with it successfully.
This is a fun book to help people learn how to use moves as a tool for healing or opening up discussion. The one thing I would liked more is a piece about each movie. Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by ajinor45
I use this technique with family business consulting clients very effectively. It provides a great perspective in discussing interpersonal issues in a way which can help... Read morePublished on May 16, 2008 by Douglas Baumoel