Thursday, 4 July 2013

Hertfordshire professor sharing new BodyMind Approach in Korea

Professor Payne delivering
keynote lecture in Korea
Professor Helen Payne provided the keynote lecture at the 2013 International Conference of the Korean Dance Therapy Association held in Seoul last weekend.

As a Fellow of the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy and one of the leading international experts in the field of Embodied Psychotherapy, Helen introduced the new BodyMind Approach for patients with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) which helps them to live better with their condition. Based on over 30 years of practice-based research at the University of Hertfordshire, it is an established approach for those people with medically unexplained, persistent, physical symptoms which fail to respond to medical treatment.

Helen was also interviewed live on Korean radio on Wednesday morning this week - sharing her knowledge and experience on this innovative approach for supporting patients with medically unexplained symptoms.

The Korean Dance Therapy Association has been pioneering dance movement therapy in Korea since 1993 – celebrating its 20th anniversary with this year’s international conference.

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