2010

The Cinematic Mirror for Psychology and Life Coaching

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-1113-1 (Print) 978-1-4419-1114-8 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-16

    Story Board: The “Filmist” Fall of the Cinematic Fourth Wall

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    Pages 17-27

    Act One: Introduction

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    Pages 29-49

    When Will Hollywood Get the Family Right?

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    Pages 51-76

    The Dawning of Desire Skewed Through a Media Lens and the Loss of American Adolescence: M I 4 U?

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    Pages 77-88

    Lives Through Film: 49 UP and the UP Series as a Longitudinal Study of Personality and Social Change

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    Pages 89-122

    Cinematherapy: Using Movie Metaphors to Explore Real Relationships in Counseling and Coaching

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    Pages 123-153

    International Cinema: An Abundant Mental Health Resource of Films for Education, Communication, and Transformation

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    Pages 155-169

    Trauma and the Media: How Movies can Create and Relieve Trauma

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    Pages 171-192

    The Myth of Mental Illness in the Movies and Its Impact on Forensic Psychology

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    Pages 193-200

    Looking at Disability Through a Different Lens: Reinterpreting Disability Images in Line with Positive Psychology

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    Pages 201-225

    Cinema as Alchemy for Healing and Transformation: Using the Power of Films in Psychotherapy and Coaching

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    Pages 227-246

    Deconstructing: Perspectives on Perspective-Making

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    Pages 247-250

    The Final Curtain: Movies as Models

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 251-292