This is a list of various works that have cited my research.
Published in 2011.
Dance/movement therapy may be conceptualized as an embodied and enactive form of psychotherapy. The embodied enactive approach looks at individuals as living systems characterized by plasticity and permeability (moment-to-moment adaptations within the self and toward the environment), autonomy, sense-making, emergence, experience, and striving for balance. Enaction and embodiment emphasize the roles that body motion and sensorimotor experience play in the formation of concepts and abstract thinking. A theoretical framework and a perspective on professional practice in dance/movement therapy are herein offered as influenced by interdisciplinary embodied and enactive approaches deriving from cognitive sciences and phenomenology. The authors assert that dance/movement therapy, …
Published in 2010.
Journal: American Journal of Dance Therapy , vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 53-63, 2010
Journal: American Journal of Dance Therapy , vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 100-112, 2010
Journal: American Journal of Dance Therapy , vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 20-52, 2009
- LiNK: The Fascinating Ways Our Minds Connect John Serpa
- Forming therapeutic relationships in Dance Movement Psychotherapy: The Role of Mirroring
Dr Vicky Karkou, Dance Movement Psychotherapist, Programme leader for the M.Sc. in
Dance Movement Psychotherapy, Health Science, Queen Margaret University,
- Hip Hop Psychology www.hiphoppsychology.org
Nia, The Technique http://www.niaconantonella.com/di_piu.html
- Movement for Children During Cancer Treatment http://www.originmovement.org/workshops/9-movement-for-children-during-cancer-treatment.html