ISBN: 9781138605374

Creative Dance and Movement in Groupwork

€ 37.50

It provides guidance and practical information that is suitable for working with clients of all ages and for those with a professional or practical interest in the educational, health, recreational or psychotherapeutic use of the arts, this book may act as one of many guiding lights on your journey.

ISBN: 9781138605374
Author(s) : Helen Payne,
SKU: 9781138605374
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This invaluable resource for teachers and therapists continues to explore the link between movement and emotions presented in the first edition of this innovative book.

It provides 180 practical activities with a clear rationale for the use of creative dance and movement to enrich therapy or educational programmes.

This book features session plans divided into warm-ups, introductions to themes, development of themes and warm-downs and explores many areas, including developmental movement processes, non-verbal communication, and expression communication. In addition to thoroughly updating the content of the original edition, this timely sourcebook includes new material on creative dance and dance movement psychotherapy, added references throughout and updated resources to reflect the most current knowledge.

Creative Dance and Movement in Groupwork will be an invaluable asset for group leaders wishing to enhance their practice, as well as a starting point for those wishing to learn more about the field. It provides guidance and practical information that is suitable for working with clients of all ages and for those with a professional or practical interest in the educational, health, recreational or psychotherapeutic use of the arts, this book may act as one of many guiding lights on your journey.

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372 Pages

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Publication Year:

2019

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