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Title: POETRY THERAPY


1
POETRY THERAPY
  • EDUCATING
  • THE PUBLIC

2
PRESENTERS
  • JAMES BRANDENBURG, M.A., M.A., M.ED, LPC, LMFT,
    CPT (Certified Poetry Therapist), Jungian Analyst
    in Training / Zurich, Switzerland, Adjunct
    Counselor San Antonio College
  • DAVID RODRIGUEZ, Ed.D., LPC / Assistant Professor
    / Coordinator Counseling and Advising Services,
    San Antonio College

3
PRESENTER TIDBITS
  • DAVID RODRIGUEZ
  • Musician and Songwriter / Music Residency at
    Olmos Pharmacy Diner San Antonio
  • JAMES BRANDENBURG
  • Fluent in German and Spanish
  • Studies Depth Psychology Dreams in Switzerland
  • Co-founder Co-owner Literary Arts Magazine
  • Voicesdelaluna.com
  • Pecan Grove Press published Brandenburgs Eyes in
    the Dark, a Memoir of Dreams and Poetry in 2013.

4
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
  • WHAT IS POETRY THERAPY?
  • BRIEF HISTORY OF PT
  • CERTIFICATION PROCESS
  • VARIOUS GROUPS
  • WRITING ASSIGNMENT
  • CLOSURE

5
WHY POETRY COMES IN SEARCH OF US
  • PABLO NERUDAS POEM POETRY
  • POETIC LANGUAGE CAN REVEAL DEEPEN WHAT WE FEEL,
    VIA PARADOX, METAPHOR, IMAGERY
  • PERMISSION TO PLAY
  • SURPRISES US BY SAYING THE UNSPEAKABLE
  • RAISES QUESTIONS WITHOUT ANSWERS BUT GIVES US NEW
    WAYS TO THINK
  • ALLOWS US TO KNOW WHAT WE DIDNT KNOW BEFORE WE
    BEGAN TO WRITE

6
WHAT IS POETRY THERAPY?
  • INTENTIONAL USE OF LITERATURE TO EVOKE FEELINGS
  • CHOSEN ON THE BASIS OF WHERE THE THERAPIST THINKS
    THE STUDENT OR CLIENT IS
  • OR CHOSEN TO HELP THE PERSON TOWARD NEW
    REALIZATIONS
  • A BASIS FOR TALKING IN A CLASS OR IN A SESSION
  • CASE STUDIES INVITE ANALYSIS POEMS EVOKE FEELINGS

7
POETRY AS A TECHNIQUE
  • THE GOAL IS TO MAKE AN IMPACT ON A LIFE (GOAL OF
    ALL TECHNIQUES)
  • A POEM IS ANOTHER PERSON IN THE GROUP
  • THAT PERSON IS NON-THREATENING BECAUSE HE OR SHE
    IS DISTANT PHYSICALLY BUT IS PRESENT EMOTIONALLY
  • ON THE OTHER HAND, THE EMOTIONAL PRESENCE CAN
    HAVE FAR GREATER INFLUENCE THAN THE PHYSICAL

8
POETRY INVITES A QUICKER RESPONSE
  • ABSTRACT POETRY DOES NOT WORK
  • TO BE EFFECTIVE MUST BE SPECIFIC
  • PEOPLE WILL SURPRISE THEMSELVES BY LETTING THE
    LANGUAGE CONNECT THEM TO OTHERS
  • AND CONNECT TO THEMSELVES

9
THE WRITTEN WORD
  • IN DEFENSE OF POETRY (1840) SHELLEY WROTE THAT
    EVERY AUTHOR IS NECESSARILY A POET, BECAUSE
    LANGUAGE ITSELF IS POETRY.
  • SHELLEY FOUND THE DISTINGUISHING ELEMENT OF
    POETRY IN ITS POWER TO REVEAL AND ILLUMINATE.

10
WORDSWORTH
  • THE SPONTANEOUS OVERFLOW OF FEELINGS
  • POETRY OF VALUE REQUIRES THE POET TO THINK LONG
    AND DEEPLY.

11
ROMANTIC MOVEMENT
  • CONCERN FOR THE HUMAN LIFEWORLD FEATURING
  • 1)AFFECT, IMAGINATION, AND INTUITION
  • 2)HOLISTIC CONTENT
  • 3)PRACTITIONER (INVESTIGATOR) AS PARTICIPANT
  • GERGEN (1994) NOTED THAT FROM A ROMANTICIST
    STANDPOINT, TO UNDERSTAND ANOTHER IS TO
    EXPERIENCE IN THE SAME MANNER, THE OTHERS
    SUBJECTIVITY.

12
POETRY THERAPY
  • POETRY THERAPY REFLECTS THE CLASSIC ISSUES IN
    LITERARY ANALYSIS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PRACTICE THE
    ROMANTIC ASPECTS OF EMPATHY AND SUBJECTIVITY VS.
    REASON AND OBSERVATION.

13
FOCUS ON CLIENT
  • LERNER (1987) STATED THAT IN POETRY THERAPY THE
    FOCUS IS ON THE PERSON NOT THE POEM. CLIENTS ARE
    NOT ASKED TO INDENTIFY THE TRUE MEANING OF A
    POEM, BUT RATHER THE PERSONAL MEANING.

14
HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS
  • APPOLO, DUAL GOD OF MEDICINE AND POETRY, HAS
    OFTEN BEEN REFERRED TO AS A STARTING POINT FOR
    THE HISTORICAL FOUNDATION FOR POETRY THERAPY.
  • THE ANCIENT GREEKS ARE CREDITED WITH BEING ONE OF
    THE EARLIEST PEOPLE TO INTUITIVELY CONCEIVE OF
    THE IMPORTANCE OF WORDS AND FEELINGS TO BOTH
    POETRY HEALING.

15
HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS
  • IN POETICS ARISTOTLE DISCUSSED THE ROLE OF
    CATHARSIS IN AFFECTING AN EMOTIONAL CURE
  • THE VALUE OF POETRY IN PRODUCING INSIGHTS AND
    PROVIDING UNIVERSAL TRUTHS WAS ALSO NOTED
  • TODAY, CATHARSIS IS CONSIDERED AN IMPORTANT
    ASPECT OF PSYCHOTHERAPY, ONE OF THE THERAPEUTIC
    FACTORS IN GROUP PSYCHOLOGY, AND A CENTRAL
    COMPONENT OF PSYCHODRAMA

16
HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS
  • BLINDERMAN (1973) TRACED THE USE OF POETRY TO
    DEAL WITH EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS EVEN FURTHER IN
    HISTORY TO PRELITERATE TIMES WHEN INCANTATIONS
    AND INVOCATIONS WERE USED.
  • OFTEN THE PURPOSE OF THE CHANTED WORD WAS TO
    BRING ABOUT CHANGE IN SELF, OTHERS, OR THE
    ENVIRONMENT.

17
HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS AMERICAN INDIANS
  • ON THE AMERICAN INDIAN, ASTROV (1962, P.207)
    NOTED THE POWER OF THE WORD IT IS NOT THE HERB
    ADMINISTERED TO THE SICK WHICH IS CONSIDERED THE
    ESSENTIAL PART OF THE CURE, RATHER THE WORDS
    RECITED OVER THE HERB BEFORE ITS USE.

18
RECENT HISTORY
  • JONES (1969) NOTED THAT PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS WERE
    WRITING POEMS FOR THE PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL
    NEWSPAPER, THE ILLUMINATOR, IN 1843.
  • BENJAMIN RUSH WAS THE FIRST AMERICAN TO RECOMMEND
    READING FOR THE SICK AND THE MENTALLY ILL IN THE
    EARLY 1800S (RUBIN, 1978A)
  • IN 1925, ROBERT HAVEN SCHAUFFLER WROTE THE POETRY
    CURE A POCKET MEDICINE CHEST OF VERSE.

19
CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
  • THE HEALING POWER OF POETRY, BY SMILEY BLANTON
    (1960), WAS ANOTHER ATTEMPT AT CLASSIFICATION OF
    POEMS FOR SPECIFIC PROBLEMS AND MOODS.
  • IN 1963, GRIEFER WROTE PRINCIPLES OF POETRY
    THERAPY.
  • IN 1969, LEEDY EDITED AN INTERDISCIPLINARY
    COLLECTION OF CHAPTERS IN POETRY THERAPY THE USE
    OF POETRY IN THE TREATMENT OF EMOTIONAL DISORDERS.

20
CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
  • IN 1973, LEEDY FOLLOWED WITH A SECOND EDITED
    VOLUME, POETRY THE HEALER.
  • FORMAL RECOGNITION OF POETRY THERAPY WAS EVOLVING
    WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR
    POETRY THERAPY (APT) IN 1969.
  • BEGINNING IN 1971, ANNUAL CONFERENCES WERE HELD
    IN NEW YORK.

21
CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
  • IN 1981, THE APT BECAME FORMALLY INCORPORATED AS
    THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR POETRY THERAPY
    (NAPT). SINCE THAT TIME, ANNUAL CONFERENCES HAVE
    BEEN HELD AT SITES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.
  • SEE THE WEB NationalAssociationforPoetryTherapy.co
    m

22
CERTIFICATION
  • THE NATONAL ASSOCIATION FOR POETRY THERAPY HAS
    SET STANDARDS FOR CERTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION,
    MAINTAINS STRICT ADHERENCE TO ITS CODE OF ETHICS,
    AND OFFERS AND REVIEWS EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING
    PROGRAMS.

23
CERTIFIED POETRY THERAPIST OR CERTIFIED APPLIED
POETRY FACILITATOR
  • B.A. REQUIRED, PLUS 440 HOURS OF TRAINING
  • 1) 200 HOURS OF DIDACTIC STUDY OF POETRY THERAPY
  • 2) 60 HOURS OF PEER EXPERIENCE
  • 3) 120 HOURS OF POETRY THERAPY EXPERIENCE
    (FACILITATION)
  • 4) 60 HOURS OF SUPERVISION

24
REGISTERED POETRY THERAPISTS (RPTS)
  • MASTERS DEGREE IN A CLINICAL FIELD (SUCH AS
    PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL WORK, COUNSELING) AND A TOTAL
    OF 975 HOURS
  • 1) 250 HOURS OF DIDACTIC STUDY OF POETRY THERAPY
  • 2) 60 HOURS OF PEER EXPERIENCE
  • 3) 300 HOURS OF POETRY THERAPY EXPERIENCE
    (FACILITATION)
  • 4) 100 hours of supervision
  • 5) 165 hours of institution experience
  • 6) 100 hours of other meritorious learning

25
WRITING ASSIGNMENT
  • Facilitator will read a poem and ask participants
    to respond
  • Facilitator will give participants handout of a
    different poem and ask them to read poem aloud
    and then respond to lines that affect them
    emotionally.
  • Participants will receive a writing prompt and
    will have seven minutes to respond in writing
  • Participants will have opportunity to share their
    responses. Participation is voluntary.

26
CONCLUSION
  • QUESTIONS AND/OR COMMENTS
  • CONCLUSION
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