||Order in the Chaos
||Journal 29 December 2020
||AANZPA member Jenny Wilson has provided the photograph for the Journal cover. Jenny has recently followed a lifelong clay interest and completed a Diploma in Ceramic Arts. She is of Chinese and British origins, and identity and existential questions are current motivations for her artwork. These are the moths of my childhood. Heavy-bodied dusty beauties beating against cupped hands, or resting against the glass of a darkened window. The grid layout is a reference to museum collections and the hopeful impression that we can understand things by capturing and cataloging.
||Dancing in the Sun: The Creative Combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Psychodrama
||Journal 21 December 2012
||action methods, CBT, cognitive behavioural therapy, essay writing, Psychodrama, specific phobia, spontaneity training
||Clinical psychologist and psychodramatist Jenny Wilson values many different approaches in her work as a psychotherapist, particularly the modalities of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and psychodrama. Following an earlier article comparing their origins and philosophies (Wilson, 2011), she focuses here on practical application. Working with a client who has an essay writing phobia and involving a clinical psychology trainee as observer and psychodramatic auxiliary, she demonstrates that CBT and psychodrama can be creatively combined to facilitate both effective therapy and student learning.
|Hutt, Jenny; Wilson, Jenny
||Journal 25 December 2016
||Book Reviews: 1. Group therapy workbook: Integrating cognitive behavioral therapy with psychodramatic theory and practice. by Thomas W. Treadwell, Debbie Dartnell, Letitia E. Travaglini, Maegan Staats, and Kelly Devinney. Reviewed by Jenny Wilson 2. Trapped in the gap: Doing good in Indigenous Australia by Emma Kowal. Reviewed by Jenny Hurr