مداخلات حرکت/رقص درمانی خاص:کدام یک موفق هستند؟ یک مطالعه مداخله و همبستگی
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|38419||2014||13 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : The Arts in Psychotherapy, Volume 41, Issue 5, November 2014, Pages 445–457
This intervention study examined the correlation between specific DMT interventions and the improvement in quality of life, stress management, and stress reduction. Dance therapists (N = 11) completed 970 Intervention Checklist 1 (specific interventions at the individual level) and 120 Intervention Checklist 2 (specific interventions at the group level) reports during the course of 10 treatment sessions. The scores denoted by each therapist on the Intervention Checklists were compared with the scores of each client in the treatment group (N = 97) on standardized questionnaires. The successful therapists applied a self-selected approach and combined in-depth DMT approaches with specific interventions. These findings demonstrated the relationship between clients’ improvement in quality of life, coping, reduction of stress and the use of psychodynamic-oriented DMT, the Chace approach, the combination of directive and non-directive leadership styles, and interpersonal closure. The clients who performed dance improvisation, spatial synchrony, synchrony in effort and who received focused treatment sessions exhibited improved daily life and decreased somatization symptoms. These results indicate that specific DMT interventions were associated with an improvement in well-being, whereas other DMT interventions should be used cautiously until further research demonstrates their effectiveness. Additional successful DMT interventions must be identified in future studies.
The purpose of this study was to assess therapists’ use of dance movement therapy (DMT) interventions and to determine the association between these interventions and the significant outcome variables of quality of life (QOL), stress management, and stress reduction. The aim of this study was to provide therapists with specific successful DMT interventions and to raise awareness of interventions that may exert a negative impact on well-being. The term ‘intervention’ is commonly used to refer to the application of DMT as a treatment modality. However, little is known regarding therapists’ choices and which specific DMT interventions they apply during sessions. What do we actually mean when we talk about a “dance movement therapy intervention”? To date, no definition for “DMT intervention” has been established, and this is similar to the findings of Hodges and colleagues’ (2011) in their search for a definition in psychology: “There is confusion about what ‘psychological intervention’ means in the cancer review literature. A clearer definition is essential to summarize research findings” (Hodges et al., 2011, p. 470). As indicated by the conclusion of Hodges et al. (2011) rather than simply stating ‘DMT intervention’, the definition of specific DMT interventions would help to enable the formulation of more precise research questions, distinguish between successful and unsuccessful interventions and provide clearer guidelines for the use of these interventions. The following section provides an overview of the practice-based evidence regarding DMT interventions, defines specific DMT interventions and reveals the association between specific DMT interventions and the improvement in QOL and the reduction of stress.