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The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test’s Application in Schools

By John B.Ruskowski on the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld Abstract After languishing in relative obscurity for many years, there is recent evidence of renewed appreciation for the p...

Cultural & Ethnic Perspectives on Significant Harm

By Annie Lau The Children Act places a requirement to work in partnership with the families of children towards whom a service is being proposed, whether this service is one of ass...

On Lowenfeld and Playtherapy

by Thérèse Woodcock on work by Margaret Lowenfeld. Play is central to a child’s life. Lowenfeld believed that play is a child’s natural medium of expression and communication...

On Lowenfeld and Child Psychology

By Thérèse Woodcock This morning I wish to explore with you Margaret Lowenfeld‘s view of psychotherapy, particularly psychotherapy with children. As always I want to start from...

Chinese Mosaics and culture

By Therese Woodcock on Margaret Lowenfeld’s Work Summary of Main Findings Three collections of Lowenfeld Mosaics: the earliest collection was in 1954, in Malaya (now part of...

Barefoot Play Therapists: Adapting Skills

By Elizabeth Newson on the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld Child Development Research Unit The literature that has been handed down by the great names of play therapy can be off-putt...

Introduction Manual for Kaleidobloc Test

The late Dr. Margaret Lowenfeld developed a number of tools or techniques for non-verbal communication with children. These were clinically to understand, assess and, to a degree, ...

Age Changes in Children’s Mosaic Responses

On the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld The present study reports an analysis of the Mosaic patterns of 132 primary- school children, each one of whom was seen over at least a three-y...

On Lowenfeld and Projective Play Therapy General Overview

by Thérèse Woodcock Dr Margaret Lowenfeld was one of the 20th century’s great pioneers of child psychotherapy. Her distinctive contribution to the field was based on her view o...

Handbook for use with the Lowenfeld Mosaic Test

By Ville Andersen and John Hood-Williams on the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld ORIGINS OF THE TEST EUROPEAN folk-art, and in particular the decoration used in National Costumes, i...

Lowenfeld World Technique: All Objects

By Dr Margaret Lowenfeld A: Living Creatures People They should be sufficient in number and in type to give a representation of a population of towns, villages, of schools and of f...

Statement of the work of the Institute of Child Psychology

By Dr Margaret Lowenfeld The Institute of Child Psychology is an outpatient Children’s Clinic, founded in 1988. In 1932 it was incorporated as a Benevolent Society, under the Fri...

Introduction to the Use of Lowenfeld Kaleidoblocs

By Margaret Lowenfeld Kaleidoblocs are designed to act in the reverse direction to normal testing procedures and so to supplement them. Where in standard testing procedures endeavo...

Description of The Lowenfeld World Technique, 1954

By Margaret Lowenfeld It is a welcome sign of the life of the ideas embodied in this technique that other workers we now experimenting with modifications of it. This memorandum is ...

Toys for Reading a Child’s Mind

By Dr Margaret Lowenfeld “It is generally agreed of seven children are not able to express their thoughts and feelings in consecutive language, although those aspects of mental f...

The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test Pamphlet

By Margaret Lowenfeld The Lowenfeld Mosaic Test is a non-verbal technique in which the subject is presented with a set of small plastic tiles in five shapes and six colours and is ...

Lowenfeld World Technique: Imaging Process Differences

On the work by Dr Margaret Lowenfeld During clinical work as a Child Psychotherapist, my attention has been drawn to particular elements in the play of children whose emotional dis...

The Material: Poleidoblocs G

by Ville Andersen on the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld A long time ago, after the first World War ended and before the cheerfulness of the thirties had developed, a printed leafl...

World Material: List of Objects and Animals Used

By Margaret Lowenfeld 1. People A. Ordinary People. Men and women of as many different types as possible e.g. men and women in city clothes; children; babies and babies in prams; f...

The Margaret Lowenfeld Trust 1996

On the work of Dr Margaret Lowenfeld KEEPING LOWENFELD’S WORK ACCESSIBLE The Trust has put some of its resources into ensuring that Dr Lowenfeld’s books remain in print and tha...
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