Práca s telom ako prienik dramatoterapie a ďalších expresívnych terapií

Translated title of the contribution: Embodiment as an intersection of drama therapy and other expressive therapies

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Abstract

The paper offer an analysis of drama therapy approaches (role method, EPR, psychodrama and other) from the perspective of embodiment, movement and body signals. It is focused on the relation between drama therapy and other expressive therapies, mostly psychomotor therapy, play therapy and art therapy, based on their overlaps in embodied work. Nonverbal parts of methods and techniques of expressive therapies allow clients to gain connection with themselves and to achieve deeper understanding on the level of body and emotions, which undergoes a rational reflection only afterwards. Body and its memory are not only the means of knowledge, but also the means of change. Expressive therapies use embodied work as a purposeful therapeutic tool, but it emerges as an accompanying part of artistic expression and perception.
Translated title of the contributionEmbodiment as an intersection of drama therapy and other expressive therapies
Original languageSlovak
Title of host publicationSpolečný prostor 2014
EditorsMartina Friedlová, Martin Lečbych
Place of PublicationOlomouc
PublisherPalacky University in Olomouc
Pages200-211
ISBN (Print)978-80-244-4416-1
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventSpolečný prostor / Common Space 2014 : International conference of expressive therapies and psychotherapy focused on body and psychosomatic approach - Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Duration: 20 Mar 201422 Mar 2014

Conference

ConferenceSpolečný prostor / Common Space 2014
CountryCzech Republic
CityOlomouc
Period20/03/1422/03/14

Keywords

  • dramatherapy
  • Expressive Therapies
  • embodiment
  • aesthetic distance

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