The Rhetoric of Humor: A Bedford Spotlight Reader Paperback – 19 Aug 2016 by Kirk Boyle (Author) The Rhetoric of Humor explores questions around the central concept of humor and comedic writing: What takes place when we laugh?
The Creative Arts in Counseling, 5th Edition 5th Edition by Samuel T. Gladding (Author) This latest edition of The Creative Arts in Counseling is a powerful, evidence-based examination of how creative expression can be used in counseling with diverse clients of various ages and backgrounds.
Fart Sounds: The reason(s) why jokes are funny Paperback – August 23, 2016 by Zuri Irvin (Author) This collection of interviews explores reasons why comedians become comedians and why jokes are funny.
Handbook of Play Therapy Hardcover – Nov 23 2015 by Kevin J. O’Connor (Author), Charles E. Schaefer (Author), & 1 more Handbook of Play Therapy is the one-stop resource for play therapists with coverage of all major aspects written by experts in the field. This edition consolidates the coverage of both previous volumes into one…
Sitting in the Earth and Laughing: A Handbook of Humor by A.Roy Eckardt (1992-04-30) Hardcover – 1656 by A.Roy Eckardt (Author) Synopsis: To be human is to live with comedy and laughter. This book is at once a serious guide to that form of human incongruity we call humor and an entertaining embodiment of humor…
Humor and Psyche Paperback – 15 Aug 2014 by James W. Barron (Editor) Humor, a topic that engaged Sigmund Freud both early and late in his career, is richly intertwined with character, with creativity, and with the theory and practice of psychoanalytic therapy.
Humor and Wellness in Clinical Intervention Hardcover – August 30, 2001 by Waleed A. Salameh (Editor), William F. Fry Jr. (Editor) Presenting a cutting-edge theory for using humor in psychotherapy, counseling, and clinical intervention, this volume brings together a group of outstanding experts in the field of clinical intervention.
The Use of Humor in Psychotherapy Paperback – Apr 1 1994 by Herbert S. Strean (Author) Until recently, the use of humour in therapy has been both decried and demeaned. However, Sigmund Freud was an active joke-teller and used wit in many interactions with patients. This text considers the effects of using humour in work…
Funnybones, Health and Humor Specialists Hardcover – Jun 1989 by Herb True (Author) Product Details Hardcover Publisher: Royal Pub (June 1989) Language: English ISBN-10: 0934344272 ISBN-13: 978-0934344272 Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 14.7 x 2.5 cm Shipping Weight: 522 g Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
The Best of Health Professions Humor Paperback – Oct 24 2000 by Colleen Kenefick (Author) This book is intended for all health care professionals who are interested in enjoying a humorous moment, but especially for those in the allied health fields.