Dance/Movement Therapy and Spirituality

Ashley, J. (1991). Moving upon the earth: A synthesis of dance/movement therapy and deep ecology. Unpublished master's thesis, Naropa University, Boulder, CO.

Browne, R. (1990). Wholeness and holiness restored through dance: Applications of sacred dance to dance/movement therapy. Unpublished master's thesis, Columbia College Chicago, Chicago.

Bryson, R. (1994). Inviting conscious ritual into the field of dance therapy: An exploration of the healing qualities of ritual and authentic movement. Unpublished master's thesis, Naropa University, Boulder, CO.

Defina, E. (2003). The meaning of wholeness: Understanding in body. In Inspire Journal, International Christian Dance Fellowship, Sydney, Australia.

Defina, E. (1999). Sacred dance as a form of dance therapy.    In J. Guthrie (Ed.), Dance Therapy Collections Number 2. Melbourne: Dance Therapy Association of Australia.

Efferding, M. (1994). Numinous dance therapy: The enchanted dance. Unpublished master's thesis, Prescott College, Prescott, AZ.

Embers, J. (1995). The circle of life healing arts journey. Unpublished master's thesis, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.

Fallery  J. (2203). Dance and healing. Unpublished master’s thesis, School of Creative Arts, Sydney, Australia.

Fallis, C. H. (2002). In the dancing is the stillness an inquiry into the nature and meaning of spiritual experiences that occur during movement therapy. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. California Institute of Integral Studies. 

Habersfeld-Lipschitz, R. (1988). Dance therapy, movement, and spirituality: The exploration and journey of a Jewish dance therapist, Unpublished master’s thesis, Hunter College, New York.

Hampel, K. (1986). Is the dance sacred or secular? A workshop proposal on the Christian dance ritual for dance therapists, Unpublished master’s thesis, New York University, New York.

Kolokoff, L. (1993). The dance therapist as wounded healer and its impact on the therapeutic relationship. Unpublished master's thesis, Columbia College Chicago, Chicago.

Kutzen, Julie L. (2006). God danced the day you were born: Jewish spiritual direction and the sacred body. Rabbi H. Addison & B. Breitman. (Eds.), Jewish spiritual direction: An innovative guide from traditional and contemporary sources. Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights Publishing.

Miller, B.
(1992). Sacred sign dance: A creative and therapeutic integration of language, movement and spirituality. Unpublished master's thesis, Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.

Mitchell, R. (1987). Authentic movement: From therapy to contemplative prayer. Unpublished master's thesis. Antioch University New England: Keene, NH.

Murrow, L. (1986). Body and spirit in psychotherapy. Unpublished master's thesis, Lesley College Graduate School, Cambridge, MA.

Peters, C. (1989). Healing through dance/movement therapy in a non-ordinary state of consciousness. Unpublished master's thesis,      Naropa University, Boulder, CO.

Quealy, M. (1996). Shamanism and dance therapy: Exploring the roots of healing. Unpublished master's thesis, Naropa University, Boulder, CO.

Rothwell, K. (2006). The spiritual awareness of the dance/movement therapist: An organic research study. Unpublished master's thesis, Columbia College Chicago, Chicago.

Serlin, I. (1989). A psycho-spiritual-body therapy approach to residential treatment of Catholic religious. The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 21(2), 177-192.

Serlin, I. (1993). Root images of healing in dance therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 15(2), 65-76.

Serlin, I. (1996). The power of the whole: Exploring new ways to heal. Health Wise, 10(3). 1, 6-8.

Serlin, I. (1996). Interview with Anna Halprin. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 18(2), 115-123.

Serlin, I. (2004). Spiritual diversity and clinical practice, In J.L. Chin (Ed.), The psychology of prejudice and discrimination: Disability, religion, physique, and other traits. London: Praeger Perspectives, 27-49.

Serlin, I. (2005). Religious and spiritual issues in couples therapy, In M. Harway (Ed.), Handbook of couples therapy. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 352-369.


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