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American Journal of Dance Therapy
The Arts in Psychotherapy
Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy

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Bartenieff, I. (1980) Body Movement: Coping with the enviroment. New York: Gordon & Breach Publishers.

Bloom, K. (2006) The embodied self. London: Karnac Books.

Chaiklin S., Wengrower H. (Eds) The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy. New York: Routledge.

Cohen B.B. (1993) Sensing, Feeling, and Action. The Experiential Anatomy of Body-Mind Centering.

Goodill, S.W. (2005a) An Introduction to Medical Dance/Movement Therapy. Health Care in Motion (1st ed.). London & Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Pub.

Hackney, P. (1998) Making Connections. Total Body Integration Through Bartenieff Fundamentals. Amsterdam: Gordon & Breach Publishers.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1973/1979) The Role of Movement Patterns in Developlment. Vol 1&2. New York: Dance Nation Bureau Press.

Kestenberg-Amighi, J., Loman, S., Lewis,  P. & Sossin, K. M. (1999) The Meaning of Movement: Developmental and clinical perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. New York: Brunner – Routledge.

Laban, R. (1966) The language of movement. Boston: Plays.

Laban, R. (1971) The Mastery of Movement. Boston: Plays.

La Barre F. (2004) Jak mluví tělo. Neverbální chování v klinické praxi. Praha: Triton.

Levy F.J., Pines Fried, J. & Leventhal, F. (Eds.) Dance and Other Expressive Arts Therapies. When Words are Not Enough. New York & London: Routledge.

Meekums, B. (2002) Dance Movement Therapy: A Creative psychotherapeutic Approach. (Creative Therapies in Practice Series). London: Sage Publications.

Moore, C.L., Yamamoto, K. (1988) Beyond words: Movement Observation and Analysis. New York, London: Routledge.

North, M. (1972) Personality Assesment Through Movement. London: Macdonald & Evans.

Payne, H. (1992) Dance movement therapy: theory and practice. London & New York: Routledge.

Sandel, S.L., Chaiklin, S. & Lohn, A. Foundations of Dance/Movement Therapy: The Life and Work of Marian Chace. Columbia: ADTA.

Stanton-Jones, K. (1992) An introduction to dance movement therapy in psychiatry. (1st ed.). London: Routledge.

Stern, D.N. (2000) The Interpersonal World of the Infant: a view from Psychoanalysis and  Developmental Psychology. New York: Basic Books.

Tortora, S. (2006) The Dancing Dialogue. Using the Communicative Power of Movement with Young Children. Baltimore, London, Sydney: Paul H. Brooks.

Willke, E., Hölter, G., Petzold, H. (Eds.) Tanztherapie. Theorie und Praxis (3rd ed.). Paderborn: Jungfermann Verlag.

ČLÁNKY, KAPITOLY V KNIHÁCH

Berger, M.R (1992) Isadora Duncan and the creative source of dance therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 14 (2), 95-110.

Berger, M.R. (1989) Bodily Experience and Expression of Emotion. A Collection of Early Writings: Toward A Body of Knowledge (Vol. I., pp. 152-91). Columbia: ADTA.

Berrol, C. F. (1992) The neuropsychologic basis of the mind-body connection in dance/movement therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 14 (1), 19-29.

Berrol, C.F. Ooi, W.L. & Katz, S.S. (1997) Dance/Movement Therapy with Older Adults Who Have Sustained Neurological Insults: A Demonstration Project. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 19 (2), 135-160.

Berrol, C. F. (2006) Neuroscience meets dance/movement Therapy: Mirror neurons, the therapeutic processes and empathy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33, 302-315.

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Capello, P.P. (2007) Dance as Our Source in Dance/Movement Therapy Education and Practice. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 29 (1), 37-50.

Chaiklin, S. (1975) Dance Therapy. In Arieti, S. (Ed.) American Handbook of Psychiatry (701–720,  Vo. 5, 2nd ed.). New York: Basic Books.

Chaiklin, H. (Ed.) (1975) Marian Chace: Her Papers. The Role of the Arts in Therapy. American Dance Therapy Association.

Cohen, S.O. Walco, G.A. (1999) Dance/Movement Therapy for Children and Adolescents with Cancer. Cancer Practice, 7 (1), 34-42.

Condon, W. S., Sander, L. (1974) Neonate movement is synchronized with adult speech:  interactional and language acquisition. Science, 183, 99-101.

Davis, M. (1972) Research approaches to movement and personality. New York: Arno Press.

Davis, M. (1981) Movement characteristics of hospitalized patients. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 4 (1), 52-71.

Davis, M. (1986) Nonverbal Behavior Research and Psychotherapy. In Stricker G. & Keisner, R.H. (Eds.) From reserch to clinical practice (89-112). New York: Plenum.

Davis, M. Cruz, R.F. & Berger, M.R. (1995) Movement and Psychodiagnosis: Schizophrenia Spectrum and Dramatic Personality Disorders. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Dibbell-Hope, S. (2000) The Use of Dance/Movement Therapy in Psychological Adaptaton to Breast Cancer. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 27 (1), 51-68.

Dosamantes, I. (1992) Spatial patterns associated with the separation-individuation process in adult long-term psychodynamic movement therapy groups. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 19, 3-11.

Dosamantes-Beaudry, I. (2007) Somatic Transference and Countertransference in Psychoanalytic     Intersubjective Dance/Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 29 (2), 73-89.

Ellis, R. (2001) Movement metaphor as mediator: a model for dance/movement therapy process. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 28, 181-190.

Erfer, T. Ziv, A. (2006) Moving toward cohesion: Group dance/movement therapy with children in psychiatry. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33, 238-246.

Fabbri-Destro, M. & Rozzolatti, G. (2008) Mirror neurons and mirror systems in monkeys and humans. Physiology, 23, 171-9.

Gallese, V. (2005) The Intentional Attunement Hypothesis. The Mirror Neuron System and Its Role in Interpersonal Relationships (pp 19-30). In: Wermter, S., Palm, G., Elshaw, M. (Eds.) Biomimetic Neural Learning for Intelligent Robots. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.

Goodill, S. (1987) Dance/movement therapy with abused children. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 14,     49-68.

Goodill, S.W. (2005b) Dance/Movement Therapy for Adults with Cystic Fibrosis: Pilot Data on Mood and Adherence. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 11 (1), 76-77.

Grönlund, E. Renck, B. Weibull, J. (2005) Dance/Movement Therapy as an Alternative Treatment for Young Boys Diagnosed as ADHD: A Pilot Study. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 27 (2), 63-84.

Hanna, J. L. (1987) To Dance is Human: A Theory of Nonverbal Communication. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Hanna, J. L. (1990) Anthropological Perspectives for Dance/Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 12 (2), 115-124.

Hervey, L. Kornblum, R. (2006) An evaluation of Kornblum´s body-based violence prevention curriculum for children. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33, 113-129.

Hokkanen, L. Rantala, L. Remes A.M. et al. (2008) Dance and Movement Therapeutic Methods in Management of Dementia: A Randomized, Controlled Study. Journal of American Geriatric Society, 56 (4), 771-772.

Jeong, Y.J. Hong, S.CH. Lee, M.S. (2005) Dance Movement Therapy Improves Emotional Responses and Modulates Neurohormones in Adolescents with Mild Depression. International Journal of Neuroscience, 115, 1711-1720.

Johnson, D.R., Sandel, S.L. & Eicher, V. (1983) Structural Aspects of Group Leadership Styles.  American Journal of Dance Therapy, 6, 17-30.

Koch, S. C. (2006) Theoretical perspectives in D/MT: visions for the future. In: Brooke, S. C. Creative Arts Therapies Manual: a guide to the history, theoretical approaches, assesment, and work with special populations of art, play, dance, music, drama, and poetry therapies     (109-120). Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publishers.

Koch, S. C. & Fischman, D. (2011) Embodied Enactive Dance/Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 33 (1), 57-72.

Koch, S. C. & Fuchs, T. (2011) Embodied arts therapies. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 38, 276-280.

Koshland, L. Wittaker, J.W. (2004) PEACE Through Dance/Movement: Evaluating a Violence Prevention Program. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 26 (2), 69-89.

Krantz, A.M. (1999) Growing into Her Body: Dance/Movement Therapy for Woman with Eating Disorders. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 21 (2), 81-103.

Krueger, D. Schofield, E. (1986) Dance/movement therapy of eating disordered patients: a model. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 13, 323-31.

Laban, R. (1966) Der erzieherische und therapeutische Wert des Tanzes. In: Willke, E., Hölter, G., Petzold, H. (Eds.) Tanztherapie. Theorie und Praxis (79–114, 3rd ed.). Paderborn: Jungfermann Verlag..

Lausberg, H., von Wietersheim, J. & Feiereis, H (1996) Movement Behaviour of Patients with Eating Disorders and Inflamatory Bowel Disease: A Controlled Study. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 65, 272-6.

Loman, S. & Foley, L. (1996) Models for understanding the nonverbal process in relationships. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 23 (4), 341 – 350.

Loman S. & Merman, H. (1996) The KMP: A Tool for Dance Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 18 (1), 29 – 52.

Mendelson, J. (1999) Dance/Movement Therapy with Hospitalized Children. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 21 (2), 65-79.

Milliken R. (2002) Dance/movement therapy as a creative arts therapy approach in prison to the treatment of violence. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 29, 203-206.

Pallaro, P. (1996) Self and body self: dance/movement therapy and the development of object relations. Arts in Psychotherapy, 23 (2), 113-119.

Pally, R. (2001) A primary role for nonverbal communication in psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic  Inquiry, 21 (1), 71-93.

Pylvänäinen, P. (2003) Body Image: A tripartite Model for Use in Dance Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy. 25 (1), 39-55.

Rizzolatti, G. & Sinigaglia, C. (2007) Mirror neurons and motor intentionality. Funct Neurol,, 22 (4), 205-210.

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Sandel, S.L. (1993) The Process of Empathic Reflection in Dance Therapy. In: Sandel, S.L., Chaiklin, S. & Lohn, A. Foundations of Dance/Movement Therapy: The Life and Work of Marian Chace. Columbia: ADTA.

Sandel, S., Johnson, D.(1983) Structure and process of the nascent group: dance therapy with chronic patients. Arts in Psychotherapy, 10, p.131-140.

Sandel, S.L. Judge, O.J. Landry N., Faria, L., Ouellette, R., Majczak, M. (2005) Dance and Movement Programs Improves Quality-of-Life Measures in Breast Cancer Survivors. Cancer Nursing, 28 (4), 301-309.

Schmais, C. (1981) Group development and group formation in dance therapy. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 8, 103-107.

Schmais, C. (1985) Healing Processes in Group Dance Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 8, 17-36.

Schmais, C. (1998a) Understanding the Dance/Movement Therapy Group. American  Journal of Dance Therapy, 20 (1), 23-35.

Schmais, C., Diaz-Salazar, P. (1998b) BERN – A Method for Analyzing Dance/Movement Therapy Groups. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 25 (3), 159-165.

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Serlin, I. A. (1996) Body as text: a psychologickal and cultural reading. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 23 (2), 141-148.

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Thomson, D.M. (1997) Dance/Movement Therapy with the Dual-Diagnosed: A Vehicle to the Self in the Service of Recovery. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 19 (1), 63-79.

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