A Comprehensive Listing of Dance Therapy Research

Resources By Population or Illness

Eating Disorders

Bloom, C., Gitter, A., Gutwell, S., Koget, L & Zaphirophoulos, L.  (1994). Somatopsychic, nonverbal, and experiential techniques in a relational psychoanalytic frame. In Eating problems: A feminist psychoanalytic treatment model (pp. 223-226). New York: Basic Books.

Burn, H. (1987). The movement behavior of anorectics: The control issue. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 10, 54-76.

Febish, H., Mennuti, R., & Billock Tropea, E. (2001). The Renfrew Center Foundation. A Professional Journal of The Renfrew Center Foundation. 7(1), 15-17.

Franks, B., & Fraenkel, D. (1991). Fairy tales and dance/movement therapy: Catalysts of change for eating-disordered individuals. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 18, 311-319.

Kaminsky, K. (2002). Creating a dance therapy performance for promoting eating disorders awareness and prevention. Proceedings of The American Dance Therapy Association 37th Annual Conference. Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S., & Hall, T. (2001). Challenging the illusion of control: Dance/movement therapy for clients with eating disorders. Proceedings of The American Dance Therapy Association 36th Annual Conference (pp. 1-6).  Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S. (2002). Challenging body image distortions through the eyes of the body. Proceedings of The American Dance Therapy Association  37th Annual Conference. Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association

Kleinman, S. (2003). Body talk: Giving form to feelings. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association 38th Annual Conference (pp. 7-11). Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S. (2004). Use of self as a dance/movement therapist:  Our greatest therapeutic tool. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association 39th Annual Conference (pp. 113-117). Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S. (2005).   Becoming an embodied therapist: Special full-day seminar for mental health professionals. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association 40th Annual Conference, Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S & Hall, T. (2005). Dance movement therapy with women with eating disorders. In F. Levy (Ed.) Dance/movement therapy, A healing art. Revised Edition (pp 221-227). Reston, VA: The American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

Kleinman, S. & Hall, T. (2006). Dance/movement therapy: A method for embodying emotions.  The Renfrew Center Foundation Healing Through Relationship Series: Contributions to Eating Disorder Theory and Treatment Volume 1:  Fostering Body-Mind Integration. Philadelphia, PA.

Kleinman, S. (2007) Special full-day training Seminar for professionals on eating disorders, addictions, and trauma: Becoming an embodied therapist: Accessing the Language of the Body in Treatment. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association 42nd Annual Conference.  Columbia, Maryland: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kleinman, S. (2008, October). Making the Most of Your Whole Self: Being an Embodied Therapist. Retrieved from http://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/whole-self.html

Kleinman, S. (2008, October). Challenging Body Distortions Through the Eyes of the Body. Retrieved from http://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/body-distortions.html

Krantz, A. (1999). Growing into her body: Dance/movement therapy for women with eating disorders. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 21, 81-103.

Kruger , D., & Schofield, E. (1986). Dance/movement therapy of eating disordered patients: A model. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 13, 323-331.

Kurland Wise, J., & Kierr Wise, S. (1979). Movement as therapy. In The overeaters, eating styles and personality (pp.155-177). Human Sciences Press, NY.

Lausberg H, von Wietersheim J, & Feiereis H. (1996). Movement behavior of patients with eating disorders and inflammatory bowel disease: A controlled study. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 65:272-276.

Loughlin, E. (1993). "Why was I born among mirrors?" Therapeutic dance for
teenage girls and women with Turner Syndrome. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 15, 107-123.

Naitove, C. (1986). "Life's but a walking shadow:" Treating anorexia nervosa and bulimia. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 13, 107-119.

Mennutti, R., Feibish, H. & Billock Tropea, E.
(2003). Body balance: An innovative treatment model for large women. The Renfrew Center Working Papers, 1. Philadelphia, PA.

Payne, H. (1995). Eating distress, women and integrative movement psychotherapy. In D. Doktor, (Ed.), Arts therapies and clients with eating disorders (pp. 208-225). Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd. London.

Pylvainen, P. (2003). Body image: A tripartite model for use in dance/movement therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 25(1), 39-55.

Ressler, A., & Kleinman, S. (2006). Reframing body-image identity in the treatment of eating disorders. The Renfrew Center Foundation Healing Through Relationship Series: Contributions to Eating Disorder Theory and Treatment, Volume 1:  Fostering Body-Mind Integration. Philadelphia, PA,

Rice, J., Hardenbergh, M., & Hornyak, L.
(1989). Disturbed body image in anorexia nervosa: Dance/movement therapy interventions. In L. Hornyak & E. Baker (Eds.). Experiential therapies for eating disorders (pp. 259-261). New York: Guilford Press.

Stark, A., Aronow, S., & McGeehan, T. (1989). Dance/movement therapy with bulimic patients.  In  L. Hornyak & E. Baker (Eds.). Experiential therapies for eating disorders (pp. 121-143). New York: Guilford Press.

Thompson, L. (2001). Can a person “use” the principles of the new approach to justify compulsive behavior? Clinically, what is an effective way to handle such a situation. The Renfrew Center Foundation. A Professional Journal of The Renfrew Center Foundation, 7(1), 18-19.

Totenbier, S. L. (1995). A new way of working with body image in therapy, Incorporating dance/movement therapy methodology, in D. Doktor (Ed.), Arts therapies and clients with eating disorders, Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd, London.

Wennerstrand, A.  Dance/movement therapy in the treatment of eating and body image problems. Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center. http://www.edreferral.com/Articles/movement_therapy_&ed.htm#Dance/Movement%20Therapy



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