Resources

SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCES

Rudolf Laban
Veronica Sherborne
Judith Kestenberg
Pat Ogden
Dr Dan Siegel
Lisa Schwartz

RESEARCHERS

Dr Iris Bräuniger – University of Zurich, group work in psychiatric environments
Dr Richard Coaten – addressing creativity and dance in the field of dementia
Katy Dymoke – Body Mind Centering and issues of touch
Dr Helen Payne – Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS), University of Hertfordshire, UK
Dr Suzi Tortora – babies, infants and young children and her Ways of Seeing model of observation and analysis

FURTHER READING

Studd, K. and Cox, L. (2013) EveryBody is a Body. US: Dog Ear Publishing

Pert, C.B. (1997) Molecules of Emotion – why you feel the way you feel. London: Simon and Schuster Inc.

Todd, M. (1937,1968) The Thinking Body. US: Dance Horizons

Hackney, P. (1998) Making Connections: Total body integration through Bartenieff Fundamentals. London: Routledge

Ogden, P., Minton, K. and Pain, C. (2006) Trauma and the Body: A sensorimotor approach to psychotherapy. US: W. W. Norton &Company Inc.

Sherborne, V. (1990) Developmental Movement for Children: mainstream, special needs and pre-school. UK: Cambridge University Press

Schore, A. (2012) The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy. US: W. W. Norton & Company Inc.

Tortora, S. (2006) The Dancing Dialogue: Using the Communicative Power of Movement with Young Children. US, Aus & London: Brookes

JOURNALS

The Arts in Psychotherapy, published by Elsevier: US

Body, Movement and Dance Psychotherapy, published by Taylor & Frances: UK