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The Use of Cinematherapy In Recreation Therapy Practice

씨네마테라피를 활용한 레크리에이션치료 증진에 관한 연구

  • Park, Eunsik (Department of Day Health Center Services, CenterLight HealthCare)
  • 박은식 (데이헬스센터, 센터라이트 헬스케어)
  • Received : 2018.01.02
  • Accepted : 2018.02.20
  • Published : 2018.02.28

Abstract

The main purpose of this article is to explore the use of movies (i.e., cinematherapy) as a recreation therapy intervention tool. This paper begins with literature review regarding the concepts and origin of cinematherapy and introduces cinematherapy as a viable intervention option as in recreation therapy or other clinical settings. The authors provide detailed guidelines for the process of cinematherapy sessions and other practical recommendations and considerations for incorporating cinematherapy into recreation therapy practice. Guided sample questions for the debriefing stages are illustrated and lastly, examples of movies that can be used in cinematherapy suggested by recreation therapists.

Keywords

Cinematherapy;Cinematherapy Process;Recreation Therapy;Recreation Therapy Intervention;Recreation Therapy Practice;Use of Movies in Treatment

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