By Bonnie Meekums
`Along with the "how" and "why" of psychotherapy, Bonnie Meekums offers life like examples of individuals whose lives have benefited from dance stream remedy. it truly is my honour to suggest this e-book' - Dianne Dulicai, President of the yank Dance treatment Association
`It is a really available ebook - it is an creation to bounce circulate remedy, excellent for college students who've begun DMT education, those who paintings in comparable fields (eg different arts cures) or someone who's drawn to DMT. even though, the e-book is going past the creation in Bonnie's try and improve a brand new framework. It encourages working towards DMTs to question their very own strategy introducing a special terminology to explain the inventive process…. it's meals for idea and for discussions in supervision' - e-motion
`Dr Meekums surpasses her objective of contributing to the advance of DMT; her booklet serves as a catalyzing consultant for all future health care execs who search inventive techniques in healing…. Meekums offers an cutting edge framework for DMT, and gives sufficient references and proposals for additional research, examine and evidence-based perform. I enthusiastically suggest this booklet to artistic arts therapists, allied practitioners and particularly to training and interning dance move therapists as a certified source and advisor' - Maria Brignola Lee, the humanities in Psychotherapy
Dance move Therapy is a concise, sensible creation to a kind of treatment, which has the body-mind dating at its centre. flow, with either its actual and metaphorical strength, offers a different medium by which consumers can locate expression, achieve new interpretations and eventually in attaining a better integration in their emotional and actual event.
In the ebook, Bonnie Meekums maps the origins of Dance move treatment (DMT) and its courting to different extra conventional types of treatment. Outlining a brand new version for DMT, she describes the inventive technique, which develops in cycles all through every one consultation and over the process treatment. The levels during this artistic, psychotherapeutic strategy are defined as:
- and evaluation
Illustrated all through with brilliant case examples, the booklet defines the position of the therapist in operating with consumers to lead to switch.
This is a realistic and obtainable consultant, for you to support new trainees develop into oriented in the box of DMT. It additionally has a lot to provide training psychotherapists who desire to boost extra holistic and artistic methods of assembly their consumers' needs.
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Dance Movement Therapy: A Creative Psychotherapeutic Approach (Creative Therapies in Practice series) by Bonnie Meekums