Color & Control:

Therapeutic Improvisation

By Michael Alcée 

Combining theory and practice so clinicians can master the science and art of emotional improvisation and developing a keen ear and sharp eye for the many changes coming their way, Therapeutic Improvisation connects interpersonal neurobiology and the arts. Alcée has created an inspiring and practical guide using references to film, music, literature and pop culture to help graduate students, new clinicians, and veteran therapists create trans-formational moments in sessions and reclaim therapy and mental health as an art form too.      

W.W. Norton & Company

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