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An Introduction to Dance Movement Therapy in Psychiatry
By Kristina Stanton-Jones
About the book
Intended for postgraduate students in dance movement therapy (DMT), as well as for other mental health professionals interested in innovative therapeutic approaches, this book is an introduction to the use of DMT in psychiatry.
Elaborating on the theory underlying DMT and providing a guide to Clinical practice, this book begins with a delineation of DMT in contrast to therapeutic physical activity. This is followed by a short history of the development of DMT in psychiatry in Chapter 2. Other chapters are concerned with theoretical approaches and current schools of practice of DMT in psychiatry; movement and meaning; theory into practice (clinical examples and techniques); DMT with adult patients and long-term patients; DMT in child and family psychiatry; a symbolic approach to DMT; and movement profiles and diagnostic criteria.
Dance Movement Therapy
By Helen Payne
What can dance movement contribute to psychotherapy?
This thoroughly updated edition of Dance Movement Therapy echoes the increased world-wide interest in dance movement therapy and makes a strong contribution to the emerging awareness of the nature of embodiment in psychotherapy. Recent research is incorporated, along with developments in theory and practice, to provide a comprehensive overview of this fast-growing field.
Helen Payne brings together contributions from experts in the field to offer the reader a valuable insight into the theory and practice of dance movement therapy. The contributions reflect the breadth of developing approaches, covering subjects including:
• dance movement therapy with people with dementia
• group work with people with enduring mental health difficulties
• transcultural competence in dance movement therapy
• Freudian thought applied to authentic movement
• embodiment in dance movement therapy training and practice
• personal development through dance movement therapy.
Dance Movement Therapy will be a valuable resource for anyone who wishes to learn more about the therapeutic use of creative movement and dance. It will be welcomed by students and practitioners in the arts therapies, psychotherapy, counselling and other health and social care professions.
Dance Therapy and Depth Psychology: The Moving Imagination
By Joan Chodorow
About the book
Dance/movement as active imagination was originated by Jung in 1916. Developed in the 1960s by dance therapy pioneer Mary Whitehouse, it is today both an approach to dance therapy as well as a form of active imagination in analysis. In her delightful book Joan Chodorow provides an introduction to the origins, theory and practice of dance/movement as active imagination.
Beginning with her own story the author shows how dance/ movement is of value to psychotherapy. An historical overview of Jung's basic concepts is given as well as the most recent depth psychological synthesis of affect theory based on the work of Sylvan Tomkins, Louis Stewart, and others. Finally in discussing the use of dance/movement as active imagination in practice, the movement themes that emerge and the non-verbal expressive aspects of the therapaeutic relationship are described.
When the Body Speaks: The Archetypes in the Body
By Mara Sidoli
Edited by Phyllis Blakemore
About the book
When the Body Speaks applies Jungian concepts and and theories to infant development to demonstrate how archetypal imagery formed in early life can permanently affect a person's psychology.
Drawing from Mara Sidoli's rich clinical observations, the book shows how psychosomatic disturbances originate in the early stages of life through unregulated affects. It links Jung's concepts of the self and the archetypes to the concepts of the primary self as conceptualized by Fordham, as well as incorporating the work of other psychoanalysts such as Bion and Klein. Lucidly written, When the Body Speaks is an important book for professionals and students in the fields of child and adult psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
The Inner World of Trauma: Archetypal Defences of the Personal Spirit
By Donald Kalsched
About the book
Donald Kalsched explores the interior world of dream and fantasy images encountered in therapy with people who have suffered unbearable life experiences. He shows how, in an ironical twist of psychical life, the very images which are generated to defend the self can become malevolent and destructive, resulting in further trauma for the person. Why and how this happens are the questions the book sets out to answer.
Drawing on detailed clinical material, the author gives special attention to the problems of addiction and psychosomatic disorder, as well as the broad topic of dissociation and its treatment. By focusing on the archaic and primitive defenses of the self he connects Jungian theory and practice with contemporary object relations theory and dissociation theory. At the same time, he shows how a Jungian understanding of the universal images of myth and folklore can illuminate treatment of the traumatised patient.
Trauma is about the rupture of those developmental transitions that make life worth living. Donald Kalsched sees this as a spiritual problem as well as a psychological one and in The Inner World of Trauma he provides a compelling insight into how an inner self-care system tries to save the personal spirit.
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