DTAA publications for sale
Dance Therapy Collections sets SPECIAL OFFER
Volumes 1, 2 and 3 $60
Volumes 1, 2 and 3, and Hanny Exiner Special Edition of Moving On $70
Moving On journal: Special Issue: Focus on Dr. Marcia B. Leventhal, Vol.11, (1-2), 2013.
Editors: Jane Guthrie with Naomi Aitchison and others.
Dance Therapy Collections 3
Editors: Kim Dunphy, Jane Guthrie & Elizabeth Loughlin for the DTAA (2009), 206 pages
Moving On journal: special Hanny Exiner Commemorative Edition, Vol. 7 (1-2), 2008
Editors: Jane Guthrie and Naomi Aitchison
Dance Therapy Collections 2
Editors: Jane Guthrie, Elizabeth Loughlin and Diane Albiston (1999). 73 pages.
Dance Therapy Collections 1
Editors: Robyn Rawson & Elizabeth Loughlin for Ausdance (1992), 40 pages.
Volume chapters available for individual purchase here/ More information and order form.
Moving On journal
Publications by Australian dance movement therapists for sale
Order any of the books in this section using the order form at the top of this page.
Come and Join the Dance: a creative approach to movement for children with special needs
Jane Guthrie and Jan Roydhouse (1989). Melbourne: Hyland House
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Cost: AU$13 plus postage and packaging
Dance Therapy Redefined
Hanny Exiner & Denis Kelynack (1994). Springfield, USA: Charles C Thomas. 99 pages.
Cost: AU$60 plus postage and packaging
Freedom to Move: Movement and dance for people with intellectual disabilities
Kim Dunphy and Jenny Scott (2003). Sydney:Elsevier – Download Flyer
Cost: AU$35 plus postage and packaging
Growing Older Dancing On
Jenny Czulak-Riley (2003). Melbourne: Council of the Ageing.
Cost: AU$32 plus postage and packaging
How the Arts Make a Difference in Therapy
Editor: Warren Lett (1992), Melbourne: Ausdance Victoria
Cost: AU$11 plus postage and packaging
Invitation to the Dance: Dance for people with dementia & their carers
Heather Hil l(2009, 2nd ed.). Book and CD set. Stirling: University of Stirling.
This second edition was written as a user-friendly guide for staff interested in using dance and movement with people with dementia. It contains much the same text as the original, but with new photographs and a companion CD with 6 tracks from two Australian musician/ composers.
$AUD40 plus postage and packaging.
Other useful resources by Australian authors available from their publishers
Psychotherapy and Counselling: Reflections on Practice
Editors: Caroline Noble and Elizabeth Day (editors),(2015), Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
This edited collection provides a balance of engaging and in-depth stories and case studies from the inside of therapy. Representing the key practice modality sections of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia, the book explores examples from a range of therapeutic practices, grounded in the theoretical and evidence frameworks of the modality or approach and supported by clear and authoritative commentary. It includes two chapters by dance movement therapists: an overview of DMT as a form of psychotherapy and counselling in Australia (Kim Dunphy, Jane Guthrie and Sue Mullane) and a chapter on animation-based psychotherapy and counselling by Sandra Lauffenburger. Find out more
Now for a Dance: integrating dance and movement in primary and early childhood learning
by Barbara Thraves & Diana Williamson
A practical and accessible guide for primary and early childhood teachers, showing how dance and movement can be incorporated into a range of activities and subjects. Features: background information and practical advice plus a variety of graded dance experiences.
Provides detailed step-by-step guidance.
Shows how dance and movement experiences can extend across all areas of learning. Explains the thought processes used to plan a lesson to stimulate and guide teachers to develop their own dance experiences from a simple idea.
Phoenix Education Pty Ltd. www.phoenixeduc.com
Talking the Talk but Not Walking the Walk: Barriers to person centred care in dementia
Dr Heather Hill
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The Therapeutic Use of Games in Group Work: When, Why, and How to Use Them
Authors: dance-movement therapist Naomi Audette and Wendy Bunston, Melbourne: The Royal Children’s Hospital Mental Health Service.
Includes a section on training games for mental health, welfare and education professionals.
Cost: $33 Download flyer order form here