(My therapy formula in concentrative movement therapy.)
Journal/Book: Praxis der Psychotherapie. 1974; 19: 237-241.
Abstract: Describes the training in movement therapy which the author received in Israel and Munich. Included were gymnastics, anatomy, physiology, psychology, music therapy, art history, and other subjects. She was also analyzed. In movement therapy, the author begins by asking the patient in which situations he experiences pain and in which situations he does not. Two poles are thus established: pain and no pain. The poles can be analyzed in several ways: time of pain and no pain, description and estimation of pain, relation of pain to work and rest, and passive vs active nature of the pain.
Note: therapy formula & training in concentrative movement therapy
Keyword(s): Psychotherapeutic techniques; psychotherapy training; recreation therapy