American Journal of Dance Therapy

, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp 30–32 | Cite as

Professional focus through language: Formation of a common terminology for dance therapy in a therapeutic team

  • Elaine Fogel Schneider
  • Marcia D. Spindell
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© American Dance Therapy Association, Inc. 1978

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  • Elaine Fogel Schneider
  • Marcia D. Spindell

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