Dance Therapy and Depth Psychology by Joan Chodorow

The writer explores the use of dance/movement as active imagination and its value to psychotherapy. Charting the origins, theory and practice of dance therapy alongside Jung's basic concepts. Starting with the writers history; exploring depth psychology and the emotions; then ending with the writers own work as a therapist. This book is for anyone with an interest in the therapeutic use of dance/movement and the concepts of Carl Jung.

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