Anthroposophical Therapeutic Speech

By: DENJEAN-VON STRYK, BARBARA, VON BONIN, DIETRICH, KRAMPE, MARIANNE

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Written for speech therapists and doctors, this book gives a precise, practical summary of anthroposophical therapeutic speech. Speech formation, or creative speech, is based on the ancient art of recitation and drama, and was revived and fundamentally redeveloped by Rudolf and Marie Steiner in the early 1920s. The therapeutic work is based on speech exercises and indications on how to use them, which were given by Rudolf Steiner.

Table of Contents:
Introduction; Part One: Foundations of Therapeutic Speech; 1. Historical Development; 2. The Significance of Air; 3. Speech as Formed Exhalation; 4. Artistic Means; 4.1 The Consonants; 4.2 The Vowels; 4.3 Sound -- Syllable -- Word -- Sentence -- Gesture; 5. Relationship Between the Artistic Means and the Human Being; 5.1 The Human Being and the Consonants; 5.2 The Human Being and his Voice; 5.3 The Breathing Human Being; 6. "Knowledge of the Human Being" with Regard to Speech; 6.1 The Threefold Human Being; 6.2 The Bodily Members and their Involvement in the Speech Process; 6.3 Five Effects of Speech Development; 6.4 Speech and its Relation to Other Arts; 6.5 Therapeutic Speech and Eurythmy Therapy; Part Two: The Practice of Therapeutic Speech; 7. General Diagnosis in Therapeutic Speech; 7.1 Diagnosis According to Stance, Breath, Voice, Articulation and Thinking; 8. Aspects of Therapy; 8.1 Cause and Cure of Illness; 8.2 Speech Formation as a Path of Practice; 8.3 The Specific Therapeutic Approach; 8.4 Additional Therapeutic Speech Elements; 9. Neurasthenia and Hysteria: A Medical-Artistic Comparison; 9.1 The Medical Perspective; 9.2 The Artistic Perpective; 9.3 Recitation and Declamation; 9.4 The Therapeutic Ideal; 9.5 Characteristics of Both Types of Constitution in Speech Diagnosis; 10. Observations of Some Illnesses with Case Examples; 10.1 Asthma and Depression -- A Comparative Breathing Study; 10.2 Eating Disorders -- The Soul's Refusal to Breathe its way down into the Body; 10.3 Iron Deficiency Anaemia and Speech Processes; 10.4 Tinnitus -- The Hearing Activity Turned Inside Out; 11. Further Case Examples; 12. Typical Speech Disorders, their Assignment to the Articulation Regions and Therapy; 12.1 Labial (Lip) Region; 12.2 Dental (Tongue/Teeth) Region; 12.3 Velar (Palate) Region; 12.4 Voice and Breath; 13. Processes of Development; 13.1 Process Description of a Course of Therapy in Seven Steps of Development; 13.2 The Schooling Path of the Therapeutic Speech Practitioner

Barbara Denjean-von Stryk studied anthroposophical speech formation in England, in Germany, and under Christa Slezak-Schindler. She teaches speech formation in Germany and Switzerland, and has a practice for therapeutic speech. She is the mother of three children. Dietrich von Bonin works at an art therapy centre in Bern, Switzerland. He teaches therapeutic speech at the Dora Gutbrod School in Switzerland and at the Speech School in East Grinstead, Sussex
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Title: Anthroposophical Therapeutic Speech

Author(s): DENJEAN-VON STRYK, BARBARA, VON BONIN, DIETRICH, KRAMPE, MARIANNE

Categories: Health and Nutrition,

Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 2003

ISBN Number: 0863154182

ISBN Number 13: 9780863154188

Seller ID: 748

Keywords: Anthroposophical therapy Speech therapy START Health and Nutrition,