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Tag Archives: Dance Movement Psychotherapy

Stress. Is your body/mind coping?

Stress causes the body and mind to be in a state of dis-ease the longer we experience a lack of ease, the more prone we are to developing disease in both our mental and physical health. The fast paced nature of our current climate has meant that we see these high levels of stress as […]

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Understanding through Experience

Last year I had the pleasure of facilitating a Dance Movement Psychotherapy Experiential for the Living and Health editor of Refinery 29, Jess Commons. I am a true believer that it is only through embodied experience that true understanding can develop. All to often I am asked to explain my profession with words alone, and […]

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Moving into 2018, learning from 2017

2017 Provided: 2017 has been a year of momentus life changes for me, both professionally and personally. I became a wife in May and ultimately continued this adventure we call life with the man I call my anchor. I am in awe of his uncontiondal support, patience and ability to bring joy wherever he goes. […]

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Are you the Object or Subject of your life?

Recently a coffee break chat with a dear colleague (who is leaving the therapy team and returning to Portugal, but that’s another blog!) became the catalyst for this post. As we reminisced about our work together Jo voiced; “it wasn’t until we worked together that I really started becoming aware of myself as an object/subject” […]

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To Move and be Moved – Audience Responses

Thank you to the audience of ‘ Holding the Body in Mind’, a performance platform to raise awareness for mental health from a Dance Movement psychotherapy perspective, your presence and feedback is greatly appreciated and inspiring. “Being in the audience I felt connected to everyone. I didn’t feel lonely, a safe space. It was a lot of […]

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