East Asian dance/movement therapy educators’ experiences of teaching dance/movement therapy in East Asia after training in the US

@article{Ko2020EastAD,
  title={East Asian dance/movement therapy educators’ experiences of teaching dance/movement therapy in East Asia after training in the US},
  author={Kyung Soon Ko},
  journal={Arts in Psychotherapy},
  year={2020},
  volume={71},
  pages={101711}
}
  • K. Ko
  • Published 1 November 2020
  • Medicine
  • Arts in Psychotherapy
Abstract This qualitative study aimed to explore the lived teaching experiences of native East Asian dance/movement therapy (DMT) educators who completed their DMT education in the US, and then returned to their home countries to teach. The researcher intended to learn how participants adapted what they had learned to teach DMT to students in East Asia, including their challenges and successes. Six participants were recruited from Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Data were gathered via a… 
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