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The BodyMind Approach (BMA) to psychotherapeutic groupwork with patients with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) : A review of the literature, description of approach and methodology for a pilot study
This paper presents a literature review of research into interventions with people with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS). The review forms the basis for the research questions, provides a rationale for an innovative ...
Pilot study to evaluate Dance Movement Psychotherapy (the BodyMind Approach) in patients with medically unexplained symptoms : Participant and facilitator perceptions and a summary discussion
The principle objective of the study was to explore and systematically analyse whether participants with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) changed their perception of their bodily symptoms, and received any other benefits ...
Authentic Movement, Groups and Psychotherapy
Authentic Movement is a newly emerging discipline of kinetic meditation through which the participant can learn to engage with a direct experience of herself, the group and the transpersonal. This is an experience beyond ...
Arts Therapies And Psychotherapy Training: An International Survey
This paper presents a comparative analysis of data received from the dissemination of a qualitative questionnaire to 12 countries. The survey was concerned with the extent to which group therapy was incorporated into the ...
Authentic movement and supervision
This paper explores the ways in which the discipline of Authentic Movement (Pallaro 1999) might be used as an avenue for developing the ‘wise inner teacher/higher self’ (Rowan 1993) or the ‘internal supervisor’ (Casement ...