Sabine Koch

Sabine Koch – Bio


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Sabine C. Koch: M.A., DTR, Psychologist, Researcher at the Department of Language and Social Psychology at the University of Heidelberg, Psychology Department, Germany.M.S.W., BDT, studied psychology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany, and Madrid (UAM), Spain, and dance/movement therapy at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, PA, USA. Therapy experiences with multiple personality disorder patients, autistic children and geriatric patients. Specialized in Kestenberg Movement Profiling (KMP), its use in research and education. Presently she is working on her PhD in a national research project at the University of Heidelberg (Department of Language and Social Psychology) doing microanalyses of “Communication of gender and leadership in team meetings”. The project focuses on the analysis of verbal and nonverbal interaction patterns relevant to the construction of gender.

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


Edition: 2004 Vol. 3 No. 2

Keywords
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 Therapy in Germany


Edition: 2002 Vol. 1 No. 3

Keywords
Research, DMT Methodologies, German dance therapy

This article reports from the annual German Research and Thesis Poster session 2002. A number of studies were presented exploring different models for research in Dance movement therapy (DMT). Emphasising the contrast between qualitative and quantitative models, the report outlined methodologies, though outcomes to the studies were pending at the time.

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