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This paper looks at dilemmas concerning psychodynamic therapy with patients practicing Eastern psycho-spiritual disciplines that involve physical regimens. Psychoanalytic approaches to questions of body-mind interactions are reviewed. Taoist and Buddhist therapeutic traditions are used to...
The aim of this study is an in-depth phenomenological treatment of the interdependency of the lived body as the primary ground of being and becoming (Depraz, 1999; Merleau-Ponty, 1945, 1964; Sheets-Johnstone, 1999) and a study of the co-dependent dynamics between changes of embodiment and...
This paper describes a method of dance therapy for the treatment of schizophrenic patients, based on a methodology from outside Russia and adapted to the conditions of Russia. Aims, purposes, and targets of dance therapy are considered as applied to the rehabilitation treatment of schizophrenic...
The somatic connection between mind and body well-being based on the anthroposophical medical model of a human being is outlined from the perspectives of Steiner (1994) and Pierrakos (1987), arguing that the body becomes a map of mind experiences as they are inextricably linked. The expressive...
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