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Dance Movement (psycho)Therapy

Un proceso terapéutico en DMT puede ayudarte si:

* No puedes expresar en palabras lo que sientes

* Te sientes disociade o fuera de tu cuerpo

* Sientes que siempre estás “en la cabeza” y no paras de pensar en tus preocupaciones actuales
* Te sientes desanimade y/o irritable
* Te sientes estresade

* Tienes tensión o dolor corporal constante (o muy frecuente)
* Comúnmente estás nerviose o te sientes en peligro

* Sientes fatiga crónica o muy poca energía
* Necesitas un espacio para conectar contigo misme

* o la simple intuición de que un abordaje somático artistico puede ayudarte a sentirte mejor

Dance Movement (psycho)Therapy

During our everyday lives, the mind and body often appear to be completely separate, and we rarely take the time to listen and connect with ourselves.

The therapeutic use of movement from the perspective of Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) allows us to integrate this supposed mind-body separation and move towards a state of greater balance, security, adaptability, and well-being (ADTA, 1967; Payne, 2003).

Research has shown that this approach can be a significant contribution to managing anxiety and reducing symptoms of depression (Ritter, 1996; Cruz, 1998; Meekums, Karkou, Nelson, 2015).




My approach is embodied, enactive, and intersubjective.

In simple terms, it is based on the connection between the mind and body. I work with the lived body, sensations, and body memory. I understand that knowledge is obtained through action in the world, where both I and my environment mutually transform each other. Additionally, I consider the relationship to be fundamental in therapy, as we together construct and explore relational experiences.


DMT sessions may have different structures, but they typically involve the following elements:

  • Beginning with a conversation about a topic, concern, or one's current emotional state.

  • Based on the conversation, the DMT therapist suggests exercises that may focus on body awareness, breathing, warm-up, and more, depending on the specific goals and individual needs. These exercises can evolve into exploring movement through free improvisation, engaging in small exercises with or without props.

  • Following that, there is a dedicated space for further exploration using various mediums such as writing, drawing, and movement.

  • Finally, the session concludes with a return to a conversation to discuss and reflect upon what transpired during the session.

Dance movement (psycho) therapy in Spanish, online or face-to-face.

First free online interview.

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