ARBN 633105736

Iris Bräuninger

Iris Bräuninger – Bio


Iris Bräuninger: MA, DTR, dance/movement therapist BTD trainer, deputy head of physio-, dance and movement therapy department, Psychiatric University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland, Doctoral Candidate at University of Tübingen/Department of Physiological and Clinical Psychology. Kestenberg Movement Profile/KMP Notator, many years of clinical practice with all age groups (children’s and adult acute psychiatry and day clinics), former board member of the German Dance Therapy Association/BTD.

Colloquium Brochure: Abstracts -1st International Research Colloquium Dance/Movement Therapy, February 2004, Hannover, Germany

Edition: 2004 Vol. 3 No. 2

DMT research, randomised control trial, comparative studies, clinical studies, clinical interventions, Movement Analysis, research methodologies

This brochure summarises 20 Research Presentations given by DMTs at the 1st International Colloquium in Dance Movement Therapy. Each presentation described includes a bio of the presenter, a brief description of the research, showcasing the innovative, creative and high standard of research that is being developed and conducted in a broad spectrum of settings. The complete publication – Colloquium Brochure – is available from the DTAA library and it can be purchased from the German Dance Therapy Association – details at the end of the article. (pp 22-33)

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Dance Movement Therapy in Switzerland: The challenges of working with dance and movement therapy & DMT and refined body image (RBI) in the treatment of whiplash-injured people

Edition: 2004 Vol. 3 No. 1

Kestenberg Movement Profile, Dance therapy rehabilitation, Body reference, Counter reference, Refined Body Image, Swiss dance therapy

A paired paper from two practitioners in Switzerland. The first discusses research ideas in dance movement therapy (DMT) exploring the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) within a large control group that grew from smaller projects that analysed homogeneity of efficacy within KMP data. The results were significant in a range of treatment situations. The second discussed DMT rehabilitation in chronic pain management, in particular the development of Refined Body Image (RBI). The RBI tool for body reference and counter-reference was applied to whiplash populations and the treatment with RBI illustrated in patient observations. This paired paper provides both exploration of empirical research and its practical applications in Switzerland. (pp 16-19)

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