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Dance Movement Therapy: A Healing Art-Revised Edition

Dance Movement Therapy: A Healing Art-Revised Edition

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    Celebrate the rich history of dance movement therapy's early pioneers and healing aspects of psychomotor expression, with 300+ pages of valuable information. The book includes chapters on helping children with special needs, victims of abuse, the physically challenged, those working in corporate settings and those with eating disorders. Includes important historical sections on dance therapy's influences, both geographically and theoretically.

    Table of Contents

    Acknowledgements
    Preface
    Foreword by Elissa Q. White—With Testimonials
    Introduction The Shoulders on Which We Stand
    UNIT I. EARLY DEVELOPMENT—THE PIONEERS OF DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Section A. Major Pioneers on the East Coast
    Chapter 1 Marian Chace: The “Grande Dame of Dance Therapy”
    Chapter 2 Blanche Evan: Creative Movement Becomes Dance Therapy
    Chapter 3 Liljan Espenak: Psychomotor Therapy

    Section B. Major Pioneers on the West Coast
    Chapter 4 Mary Whitehouse: Movement-in-Depth: A Jungian Approach to Dance Therapy
    Chapter 5 Trudi Schoop: Dance, Drama, Mime and Performance
    Chapter 6 Alma Hawkins: Humanistic Psychology, Imagery and Relaxation
    Discussion: Similarities and Differences Among the Major Pioneers

    Section C. Other Early Pioneers, Leaders and Contributors
    Chapter 7 Dance Therapy Emerges in the Midwest
    Chapter 8 Pioneering Literary Contributions
    Discussion: Outline Depicting the State of the Art by 1960
    UNIT II. SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT OF DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Chapter 9 The Theoretical Contributions of Laban and Lamb
    Chapter 10 Irmgard Bartenieff Brings LMA to America
    Chapter 11 Zeitgeist at Bronx State Hospital
    Chapter 12 Marion North: Personality Assessment and Treatment
    Chapter 13 Judith Kestenberg: Movement Profile
    Discussion: LMA: Varying Views

    Section B. Further Expansion of Dance Therapy Theory and Practice
    Chapter 14 The Evolution of East Coast Influences
    Chapter 15: The Evolution of West Coast Influences
    Discussion: Comparing East and West Coast Trends
    Chapter 16: Integration of Different Trends
    Chapter 17 Fran Levy’s Multimodal Approach: Theory and Practice
    UNIT III. DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY WITH DIFFERENT POPULATIONS
    Chapter 18 Children with Special Needs
    Chapter 19 Individuals in Psychiatric Care
    Chapter 20 Victims of Physical, Sexual and Emotional Abuse and Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Personality)
    Chapter 21 Women with Eating Disorders by Susan Kleinman and and Terese Hall*
    Chapter 22 The Elderly
    Chapter 23 Rehabilitation by Cathy Appel
    Chapter 24 The Developmentally Disabled
    Chapter 25 Additional Applications of Dance Movement Therapy
    UNIT IV. INTERNATIONAL GROWTH OF DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Introduction by Miriam Roskin Berger
    Chapter 26: International Growth of Dance Movement Therapy by Cathy Appel
    UNIT V. DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY RESEARCH
    Chapter 27 Contemporary Thought on Research by Lenore Wadsworth Hervey
    Chapter 28 Review of Survey Findings—Past, Present and Future Trends
    Chapter 29 Dance Therapy Heritage Trees—The Spread of Influence of the Major
    Pioneers
    Concluding Remarks
    References
    Index