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30 October 2020
Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy
Special Issue Editor(s)
Professor Helen Payne,
University of Hertfordshire
Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre
Professor Vicky Karkou,
Embodied psychotherapies in the digital age
This article collection will highlight how interdisciplinary theory, practice and research in embodied approaches can provide insights into remote working, addressing symbolic, metaphoric, embodied knowledge and generating evidence for supporting understanding, management and control.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted particular issues for embodied psychotherapies and their delivery. BMDP will establish as a priority the peer-review process for manuscripts submitted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help ensure articles become available as soon as possible, for others to build on.
As our community pulls together during this COVID-19 outbreak, we are keen to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to send manuscripts informing us of new directions, client engagement, use of technology and initiatives, or indeed new opportunities afforded by working in virtual spaces, around practice in this time of coronavirus and the current global health crisis’.
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