An Introduction to Medical Dance/Movement Therapy: Health Care in Motion

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Subject
Index
Dance and movement therapy is referred to as DMT throughout the index
absorption, in altered
consciousness 53
capacity for, in DMT trainees 53–4
acceptance, in coping 39
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDs) 102–4
ACT (Affective Communication Test) 188
acting, for children 146–7
action drive (Effort theory) 75
active–behavioural coping 38
active–cognitive coping 38
active coping 38
activity, in systems theory 21
acupuncture 185–6
Adams, Patch 30
adaptation through DMT 134
adherence to treatment 185
in adolescence 111
in health care 41
measurement in DMT research 169–70
adjustment
to body image through DMT 50
of children to cancer through DMT 140–1
adolescents
asthmatic 117–18
DMT interventions
for cancer 141–2
for Turner's Syndrome 118–19
reaction to illness 111
adrenal glands 62
adrenal hormones 64
adrenal medulla 63
adrenocorticotropic hormone 62–3
adult DMT interventions
heart disease 98–100
HIV/AIDS 102–4
neurological conditions 105–9
pain control 87–92
psychogenic somatic disorders 92–7
pulmonary disease 100–2
Affective Communication Test (ACT) 188
AIDS see Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
alexithymia 94–5
alpha brain waves 73, 74, 76
altered consciousness 51–7
see also consciousness
alternative medicine 27–8
amygdala 64–5
ancillary medical care, use of DMT 119
anger, expression in psychosocial intervention 127
ANS see autonomic nervous system
antibodies see immunoglobins Aquatic Movement DMT (pain program) 90–1
Arts in Healthcare Symposium 2003 173
arts medicine 29–30
assessment
of benefits of DMT, by patients 130
in medical DMT 166–8
of children 111–12
assumptive world 125–6, 126
asthma
use of DMT with children 115–18
multifamily DMT support groups 151–2
triggers 72
audio-journals, in palliative care 154
Authentic Movement format, DMT 134–5
autonomic nervous system 59–65, 81, 177
and asthma 72
B-cells 67, 69
babies see infants
behavioral
disengagement, in coping 39
medicine 30
see also mind/body medicine
therapy 40
bereavement 157–61
using DMT for 158–9
therapist using personal response to 193
see also death; grief; palliative care
beta brain waves 73, 74, 76
biopsychosocial model 18–19, 20, 109
health care team 202–3
blood cells, white see leukemia; white blood cells
body, functions 23
body attitudes, in asthmatics 117
body empathy 154–5
body image
of children
with cancer 141
in illness 111
young children, attached medical devices 120
effect of DMT
adjustment 50
on breast cancer patients 135, 139
in illness 49, 111
Kinaesthetic Imagery Profile (KIP) 137, 167–8
trauma of invasive procedures 116
body metaphors, in psychogenic somatic disorders 94
body–self neuromatrix 89
boundaries see interpersonal boundaries; role boundaries
brain 64–5
function, and responsiveness to mind/brain interactions 53
injury see neurological conditions
wave activity 73–4, 76–7
see also mind
breast cancer
Kinaesthetic Imagery Profile (KIP) 137, 167–8
psychosocial interventions 131, 132–9
well-being of sufferers 134–5
breathing 71–2
3D technique 201
for altered consciousness 52
in synchrony 157
training exercise 199–201

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