19 Writings Concerning

Storytelling

in Relation to

Language Acquisition,

Teaching-and-learning,

Counselling, Healing,

Personality Development, etc.

 

by Dr Eric Miller, Director,

World Storytelling Institute (Chennai)

© 2019

 

 

1

"Verbal Play and Language Acquisition" (2003).

 

2

"Using Storytelling to Encourage Reading" (2011).

 

3

"The Value of the Multi-Discipline Approach to Research" (2013).

 

4

"Child Development, Arts Therapies, Education -- and Storytelling" (2014).

 

5

"Ways Storytelling can be used for Teaching-and-Learning" (2015).

 

6

"Ways Verbal Play such as Storytelling and Word-games Can Be Used for Teaching-and-learning Languages" (2015).

 

7

"Becoming Oneself: A Goal in Carl Jung's Conception of Therapy" (2016).

 

8

"Storytelling Therapy: 7 Steps" (2016).

 

9

"Expressive Arts Therapy -- including Storytelling Therapy -- in Cultural Context" (2016).

 

10

"Story and Storytelling in Storytelling Therapy and Expressive Arts Therapy" (2016).

 

11

"Fairytale Therapy: A Type of Storytelling Therapy" (2017).

 

12

"Ways Storytellers are Using Audio- and Videoconferencing for Training, Discussion, and Performance" (a 12-page section of Storytelling Magazine, guest-edited by Dr Eric) (2017).

 

13

"Aspects of the Storytelling Revival in India" (2017).

 

14

Vision Statement: "Storytelling and Interactive Education" (2017).

 

15

"Posture, Gesture, Movement and Dance in Storytelling; and Dance-movement, Storytelling, and Theatre Activities" (2018).

 

16

"Giving Training in -- and Practicing -- a Form of Storytelling Therapy, In-person and via Videoconference" (2019).

 

17

"Symbols in Dreams and Myths: A Response to The Shaman's Doorway (1976) and The Mythic Imagination (1990) -- Two Books by Stephen Larsen" (2019).

 

18

"Conversing with Characters within Oneself: A Form of Therapeutic Role-playing" (2019).

 

19

"There's a New Therapist in Town: Storytelling Therapy", Indian Express.  The unedited version is here.  (2019.)