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Teaching Staff and Student Perceptions of Staff Support for Student Mental Health: A University Case Study
Background: There are significant concerns for student mental health in higher education. New factors affect student mental health, and campus counselling services are overwhelmed. Struggling students turn to ideally placed ...
A qualitative study of the views of patients with medically unexplained symptoms on The BodyMind Approach®: Employing embodied methods and arts practices for self-management
The arts provide openings for symbolic expression by engaging the sensory experience in the body they become a source of insight through embodied cognition and emotion, enabling meaning-making, and acting as a catalyst for ...
The BodyMind Approach® as Transformative Learning to Promote Self-Management for Patients With Medically Unexplained Symptoms
This article describes how adults learn to self-manage chronic bodily symptoms, a complex and costly health problem. It proposes a theory of learning for an innovative, research-informed intervention, The BodyMind Approach® ...
Medically Unexplained Symptoms (1/4): The BodyMind Approach
(PESI UK, 2019-10-11)
Corrigendum : Different Strokes for Different Folks: The BodyMind Approach as a Learning Tool for Patients With Medically Unexplained Symptoms to Self-Manage
In the original article, there was an error regarding the cost of medically unexplained symptoms (MUS). A correction has been made to the Abstract: “Medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) are common in both primary and ...
Embodiment, learning and wellbeing
The Routledge International Handbook of Embodied Perspectives in Psychotherapy : Approaches from Dance Movement and Body Psychotherapies
There is a growing interest in embodied approaches to psychotherapy internationally. This volume focuses on the respective focal professions of dance movement psychotherapy (DMP) and body psychotherapy (BP), addressing the ...
Movement speaks of culture: A study focusing on women with depression in Taiwan
Body, movement and mind are united. Depression can be embodied, and the movement of people with depression is often different from people without depression. This embodiment will most likely vary from culture to culture ...