書籍

『Dance and Creativity within Dance Movement Therapy: International Perspectives』

Edited by Hilda Wengrower and Sharon Chaiklin

Publisher : Routledge (2020/10/26)
ASIN : B08MVB4STY
Kindle版 4,664円 Amazon

この書籍は、イスラエルのダンスセラピスト Hilda Wengrower 先生と、米国ダンスセラピー協会第2代会長で当協会顧問でもあるSharon Chailkin先生の共編によるものです。
2009年に出版された The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy に続く専門書であり、世界各国のダンスセラピスト延べ 19名が分担執筆しています。

当協会の﨑山副会長が、第16章を執筆しました。

This book discusses the core work and basic concepts in dance movement therapy (DMT), focusing on the centrality of dance, the creative process and their aesthetic-psychological implications in the practice of the profession for both patients and therapists. Based on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary inputs from fields such as philosophy, anthropology and dance, contributions examine the issues presented by cultural differences in DMT through the input of practitioners from several diverse countries. Chapters blend theory and case studies with personal, intimate reflections to support critical descriptions of DMT interventions and share methods to help structure practice and facilitate communication between professionals and researchers. The book’s multicultural, multidisciplinary examination of the essence of dance and its countless healing purposes will give readers new insights into the value and functions of dance both in and out of therapy.

CONTENTS
PART I About Dance

  1. DANCE COMES TO THE FRONT STAGE IN DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Hilda Wengrower
  2. BACK TO BASICS: THE AESTHETIC, POETIC, AND CONTEMPLATIVE MOVEMENTS’ ATTRIBUTES THAT HEAL IN DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Rainbow T. H. Ho
  3. ON THE POSSIBILITY OF AUTHENTIC MOVEMENT: A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION
    Rena Cohen
  4. THE INVISIBLE OF THE DANCING BODY
    Ruth Ronen

PART II Research

  1. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DANCE IN DANCE MOVEMENTTHERAPY: AN INTERNATIONAL ONLINE SURVEY WITH DMT NOVICES
    Iris Bräuninger and UF Dietrich Trips
  2. A WAY TO EMBODIMENT THROUGH AESTHETIC RELATIONSHIP: TRANSFORMATIONAL BODY TRACINGS
    Zeynep Çalay and Marcia Plevin
  3. “BEING MOVED” AS A THERAPEUTIC FACTOR OF DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Sabine C. Koch
  4. WORDING THE COMPLEXITY OF DANCE MOVEMENT 8 THERAPY: A SCOPING REVIEW ON HOW DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPISTS DESCRIBE THEIR CLINICAL PRACTICE
    Rosemarie Samaritter and Marja Cantell
  5. CREATING BREEDS CREATING
    Susan Dee Imus
  6. CREATING THE DANCE OF SELF: A STAGE THEORY OF THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY
    Aristine Parcell

PART III Practice

  1. DANCING ACTIVISM: CHOREOGRAPHING THE MATERIAL WITH/IN DEMENTIA
    Beatrice Allegranti
  2. SEEING WITH THE HEART: THE AESTHETICS OF DANCE/ MOVEMENT THERAPY WITH OLDER ADULTS AND PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
    Donna Neman-Bluestein
  3. DANCE-RHYTHM-THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE
    Emilie Jauffret-Hanifi, Svetlana Panova, France Schott-Billmann
  4. DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY AND PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION: MODEL SAMPOORNATA
    Sohini Chakraborty
  5. ASIAN CULTURAL BODY, DANCE AND THERAPY: A KOREAN PERSPECTIVE
    Kyung Soon ho
  6. DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY IN JAPAN AND ITS CULTURAL ROOTS
    Yukari Sakiyama
  7. DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY AND FLAMENCO: RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH TRADITIONAL RHYTHMS
    Elma Cristóbal Linares
  8. TIME, SPACE, AND AN AESTHETICS OF SURVIVAL: DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY AND EMBODIED IMAGINATION AFTER UNIMAGINABLE LOSS
    David Alan Harris
  9. AS THE DANCE WINDS DOWN: COPING WITH AGING AS A DANCE THERAPIST
    Jane Wilson Cathcart