Making the Most of Your Whole Self: Being an Embodied Therapist
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This article is adapted from Becoming Whole Again: Dance/Movement Therapy For Those Who Suffer From Eating Disorders, in The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy: Life is Dance. Routledge: NY (in press).
This article was originally published on Eating Disorder Hope, and is republished here with permission.
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