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Dancing, moving and writing in clinical supervision? Employing embodied practices in psychotherapy supervision
This paper takes a new look at the methods of embodiment for psychotherapy supervision. It makes a rigorous distinction between knowledge derived by language and knowledge derived by the body without the intervention of ...
Change in the moving bodymind : quantitative results from a pilot study on the use of the bodymind approach (BMA) to psychotherapeutic group work with patients with medically unexplained symptoms (MUSs)
This paper reports quantitative results from a pilot study in primary care (PC) undertaken from 2004-2007. The intervention programme, derived from movement psychotherapy was termed 'Learning groups: the bodymind approach,' ...
Psychosomatic conditions in primary care : change within the moving bodymind
This is a short report of the outcomes of a pilot study (2005-2008) for which I was Principal Investigator. Readers might find it of interest, especially if unexplained bodily symptoms are present in your clients. Full ...
Personal development groups in post graduate movement psychotherapy training : A study examining the contribution to practice
There has been little research into the value of personal development (PD) groups in arts therapies/counselling/psychotherapy training, particularly in relation to trainees developing practice, despite a number of studies ...