Embodied Enactive Dance/Movement Therapy 


Sabine C. Koch • Diana Fischman

Abstract Dance/movement therapy may be conceptualized as an embodied and enactive form of psychotherapy. The embodied enactive approach looks atindividuals as living systems characterized by plasticity and permeability (momentto-moment adaptations within the self and toward the environment), autonomy, sense-making, emergence, experience, and striving for balance.