By K. Ranco, E. Verrier
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I feel like a real builder, constructing this wall brick by brick, bonding the bricks with my mortar. Act IV Scene 1: Quiet boy I observe the boy from a little distance but I cannot tell for sure what he is making. It looks like someone in a dentist’s chair. I think that perhaps the boy has been traumatized by a dentist or some other large person looming over him, inflicting pain while he lies helpless. I ask him, when he is done, what he has made. He tells me it is a person strapped into a rocket ship, about to go off into outer space.
1991). Services were supportive and respectful of the family system and were infused into existing early childhood networks and responsive to the community needs. SPEAKING WITH THE BODY 47 Dance/movement therapy approaches We (the authors) approach dance/movement therapy sessions with children with the belief that clients themselves know what they need to heal (Brooke 2006). There is an expectation that children, given the opportunity, will communicate what is important to them and, if given attention and support, will play/move out their stories to find a solution and integrate growth on the whole person level (Bromfield 1994; Levy 1995).
When Bruce was four-and-a-half years old, he was placed in individual dance/movement therapy in order to build attachment and to provide him with a contained holding environment to express feelings and practice self-regulation. Weekly dance/movement therapy sessions complemented other services by giving Bruce a place to do deep emotional healing work, at the same time as learning how to function socially in the classroom. After a period of individual work, Bruce gradually contained his aggression, began to interact with peers a bit, and was able to participate with other children in groups.
Advanced Therapy in Cardiac Surgery by K. Ranco, E. Verrier