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50 Chapter 2 Kinesthetic Empathy and Movement Metaphor in Dance Movement Psychotherapy Bonnie Meekums A ll forms of psychotherapy rely on the presence of a therapist, and the quality of the relationship between therapist and client has been shown to be crucial to the outcome of psychotherapy, as first identified by Rogers (1957). Despite the wealth of research and theory concerning the therapeutic relationship, remarkably little of this has, until relatively recently, addressed non-verbal aspects.
10 The work is informed by what Noë refers to as ‘enactive neuroscience – that is, a neuroscience of embodied activity, rather than a neuroscience of brain activity’ (2004: 227). The research aims to achieve benefits in understanding the experience of autism (offering insights into the autistic consciousness) as well as providing a means of facilitating communication, social interaction and the imagination through ‘embodied activity’. Moreover, Noë concludes: ‘neural rewiring leads to experiential plasticity (changes in the character of experience) only when the rewiring plays a role in a process of sensorimotor reintegration’ (2004: 226).
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A Primer of Happenings & Time Space Art by Al Hansen