The Triangle; ‘Mindfulness’, DMT and Neuroscience – a theoretical approach

mindfulness, artistic-kinesthetic action, body activities, symbolism, group rhythm, therapeutic movement

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In this article, I will explain the development of dance movement therapy (DMT) and the theoretical approaches that have influenced that development, present the basic principles of two main approaches, and highlight the connection between DMT to research of the brain and the concept of Mindfulness. Throughout, I will mention the different branches that came and integrated with the traditional therapeutic approach and became an integral part of the overall therapeutic approach that uses dance as a medium for therapy and diagnostics. (pp 7-14)

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