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Diversity Issues in Movement Observation and Assessment
Dance/movement therapy (DMT), like any psychotherapy, must operate in ways that embrace and articulate diversity issues, making sure that power, privilege, and difference are navigated skillfully onExpand
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Turning data into dance: Performing and presenting research on oppression and the body
Abstract Multiple qualitative research methods were employed to explore the somatic effects of oppression on people living in marginalized social categories. Interviewees became co-researchers andExpand
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Mindfulness & Bodyfulness: A New Paradigm
The word mindfulness, though it has been used for centuries, may be both poorly defined and poorly used. Though the word connotes mental processes, the construct often includes embodiment practicesExpand
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The Moving Cycle: A Second Generation Dance/Movement Therapy Form
In the early 1980s, Christine Caldwell began developing a form of dance/movement therapy (DMT) she named the Moving Cycle. Premised on the notion that movement principles themselves could form theExpand
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Body identity development: definitions and discussions
Abstract As the fields of body psychotherapy and dance/movement therapy mature, they tend to create their own theoretical models. This article articulates a theory of body identity that may provideExpand
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On body memory and embodied therapy
Whether in clinical or scientific contexts the phenomenon of body memory has become a central topic of interest within embodied and embedded theory approaches. Between 2000 and 2012, Prof. Dr. ThomasExpand
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World Congress Integrative Medicine & Health 2017: part two
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