Dantzler, Jamoki Zakia: "How the Marvel Cinematic Universe Represents Our Quality World. An Integration of Reality Therapy/Choice Theory and Cinema Therapy." In: Journal of Creativity in Mental Health 10.4 (2015), S. 471–487.
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Keywords: Adaptation, Film, Film adaptation, Marvel, Medicine, Psychology, Superhero, USA
Collection: Journal of Creativity in Mental Health
This article presents the integration of cinematherapy with William Glasser’s reality therapy/choice theory. This article also addresses the need to integrate reality therapy/choice theory and the therapeutic intervention known as “cinematherapy” to help students conceptualize the constructs of Glasser’s choice theory and to help novice cinema therapists address Glasser’s themes in their clients’ lives (i.e., fun, survival, power, freedom, love, and belonging). This integration will be helpful to not only students and clients, but also to the community of therapists who will intend to use cinematherapy as a therapeutic and creative intervention.
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