dance therapy

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dance therapy

n.
A method of psychological treatment in which movement and dance are used to express and deal with feelings and experiences, both positive and negative. Also called movement therapy.
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The Birches' dance therapist Gail Ann Bradshaw stopped in for a short session of movement and music that helped everyone get in touch with their creative side.
Psychoanalyst and dance therapist Schott-Billmann synthesizes the research in various approaches to dance therapy as a guide for people entering the field.
Our search recently took us to a dance therapist named Suzi Tortora, who has developed a technique called "Dancing Dialogue.
Her long-term goals are to get her master's degree and become a dance therapist.
As a dancer in her home country Poland, and now a dance therapist, 55-year-old Moseley woman Natalia Budzan is used to performing.
The song, written by Basanta Chaudhary and composed by Nhyoo Bajracharya, had been extended from a 4 minute track to a 12 minute orchestra by Scratch Head (a music duo) The dance was facilitated by Charan Pradhan, a Scotland based dance therapist.
I watched as a dance therapist encouraged him to explore space--to walk around a room that had obstacles in it and to feel secure in each footstep he took.
Titled "Some Enchanted Evening: Our Favorite Moments in Dance," the program will feature the resident dance group, The Swingers, under the direction of Dance Therapist Ann Cole.
A Brazilian social worker told of her work deep in the Amazon rain forest, a music therapist from Finland told of his incorporation of the Remedies with his primary modality, a dance therapist from Switzerland has choreographed the Remedies and set them to folk tunes from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania--the effect of the latter was mesmerising.
Tortora, a certified movement analyst and dance therapist with a private practice in New York City, works with a variety of children, including those with autism and pervasive development disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and unspecified developmental delays.
Tortora, a certified movement analyst and dance therapist with a private practice in New York City, works with many children, including those with autism and pervasive development disorder, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, and unspecified developmental delays.
He met his partner, dance therapist Uma Friedland, three minutes ago and is already throwing her over his shoulder and twirling her John Travolta- style around the room.