by American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation in Washington .
Written in English
|Statement||Kathleen Criddle Mason, editor.|
|Series||Focus on dance, 7|
|LC Classifications||GV1580 .F58 no. 7, RC489.D3 .F58 no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||74173590|
For the reader with an academic background in psychology, this is a good introduction to the subject of dance therapy; if you come to the book from a dance perspective, it will increase your understanding of why certain movements are powerfully evocative, and perhaps give you some insight into what your own dance style by: Sharon W. Goodill's new book, An Introduction to Medical Dance/ Movement Therapy: Health Care in Motion, bridges the gap between old and new and provides a valuable overview for dance therapists as well as all other health care students and professionals about exciting new applications of dance/ movement therapy in medical settings.4/5(2). The book treats the theory and practice of dance therapy, and examines the entire field from its inception through the present. Dance therapy, the use of dance. Book Description. Essentials of Dance Movement Psychotherapy contributes to the global interest in embodiment approaches to psychotherapy and to the field of dance movement psychotherapy specifically. It includes recent research, innovative theories and case studies of practice providing an inclusive overview of this ever growing field.
The first book to document the pioneering practice of Dance Movement Therapy in a variety of settings. Experienced therapists working with a range . Dance therapy, or dance movement therapy is the. psychotherapeutic use of movement and dance for emotional, cognitive, social, behavioral and physical conditions. Dance movement therapy strengthens the body/mind connection through body movements to improve both the mental and physical well-File Size: KB. Dance/movement therapists are frequently challenged to produce “evidence” that dance/movement therapy (DMT) is useful in treatment, a request that can seem at odds with the creative and subjective ways of knowing that they and creative arts . The complexity and diversity of dance movement therapy is both clarified and celebrated in the contributions to this book which documents pioneering practice in a variety of settings in the UK/5(8).
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