Author Article Year Vol Pages
Abozaglo, P. Dancing for Peace in Colombia 2013 32.1 pp.13-14
Abozaglo, P. Capacitar and Laban Dance for Peace and Wellness in Columbia and Peru 2014 33.1 pp. 12-13
Abozaglo, P. Consolidating Capacitar and Laban Practices 2014 33.3 p.21
Auerbach, L. My Work with Maladjusted Children – ‘They could dance to a full length record without stopping, but as soon as it came to definite movements and actual work, they failed.’ 1953 10 pp.12-16
Auerbach, L. My Work with Mental Patients – ‘Their inner attitude towards the outside world showed itself in an unbelievable rigidity and stiffness of spine and limbs.’ 1953 11 pp.20-23
Bartenieff, I. The Working Movements of the Physical Therapists – An attempt to analyse skill in physical therapy – ‘Whether we speak of body movement or kinetics in physics always we deal with three factors: Weight – Time – Path.’ 1952 9 pp.19-23
Bartenieff, I. How is the Dancing Teacher Equipped to do Dance Therapy – ‘Dance is a non-verbal medium of expressing emotions as well as the joy of action through body motion,’ 1958 20 pp.35-39
Bodmer, E.J. Movement and Character: The Value of Movement Observation for Medical Purposes – ‘In this article I should like to give you an idea of how a physician may look at a patient and try to analyse his character and his behaviour from the medical point of view with the aid of Laban’s movement observation and his research into “Inner Attitudes”.’ 1955 15 pp.27-28
Bunce, J. Parkinson’s Disease Movement Therapy work and Laban’s Movement Analysis Part 1 1997 16.1 pp. 3,12
Bunce, J. Parkinson’s Disease Movement Therapy work and Laban’s Movement Analysis Part 2 1997 16.2 pp. 11-12
Cuppers, P. Silent Dances. 1999 18.2 pp.6-7
Dolby, C. Movement as Healing. 1993 12.4 p.6
Esbester, A Letter – re Sherborne Work and “therapy”. 2002 21.3 p.3
Freeman, B. Dancing with E.S.N. Girls 30
Gaigie, J. Movement and Dance for Children with Special Needs 1999 18.1 p.15
Gardner, C. The Part of Movement in Occupational Therapy for the Mentally Ill – ‘…a knowledge and understanding of movement is essential to an Occupational Therapist in three ways: Movement Observation; Analysis of the movements involved in any given activity; Movement as a creative art.’ 1951 6 pp.21-25
Gardner, C. My Experience of Teaching Movement to Psych Cases 34
Gardner, C. Sesame Laban Centenary Festival 62
Gardner, C. A Preparation for Happy Living 1988 77 May
Gardner, C. and Collingdon, M The Arts in Therapy – ‘The aims of the treatment were to reconcile the patients’ inner life to the world of reality by feeling, seeing, hearing and experiencing beauty, and to establish a group sense in its highest form, i.e. the sense of working together towards a creative achievement.’ 1956 16 pp.16-18
Goodall, K. Making Friends with Schizophrenics 34
Hamburg, J. Movement Therapies for People with Parkinson’s 2000 19.4 pp. 4-5
Hargreaves, S. Movement with the Handicapped 1986 75 Sep
Hedges, P. Develop your Personality Patterns through Dance 1996 15.3 pp. 3,11
Hill, C. Some Aspects of Laban’s Work in Bristol 1987 76 May
Kosterlitz, R. The Application of Movement to the Treatment of Psychological Disorders – ‘Compensating movements more humble in feeling are also needed but if given too soon may result in frustration rather than sublimation.’ 1950 5 pp.4-5
Laban, R The Psychological Effects of Movement – report by H. Irene Champernowne – ‘Movement is the reality, the immediacy, the concrete expression of man’s creative spiritual life.’ 1951 6 pp.5-6
Lamb, W. Report of a Lecture Demonstration given by Miss Joan Carrington and Mr. Warren Lamb to a Group of Psychiatrists – Personal Effort Assessment and Movement Training for Personal Efficiency 1952 9 pp.11-16
Macfadyen, A. The Jabadao Experience. 1998 17.2 pp.10-11
Marks, F. Some Aspects of Laban’s Work in Bristol 1987 76 May
Meads, C. Movement and Music for the Elderly 1986 75 Sep
Meads, C. Stirring the Physical, Emotional and Mental Energies of the Elderly Disabled 1992 11.4 pp. 3,7-8
Meier, W. A Contribution to the Field of Therapy 1994 13.1 pp.1,4-5
Meier, W. Open Stage Project – Part 1. 2000 19.3 pp.6-7
Meier, W. Open Stage Project – Part 2. 2000 19.4 pp.6-7,15
Meigs, M M. Voice. 1992 11.4 p.2
Meredith-Jones, B. Moving and Living 27
Meredith-Jones, B. Movement and Rehabilitation – Parkinson’s Disease 1986 75 Sep
Moore, J. Relationship Play 1989 78 May
North, M. Movement Portraits – ‘It is quite clear that for normally developed children, the best movement help which can be given in order to ensure the continued growth and expansion of all round capacities both personal and social is the educationally applied art of movement as is already taken in many schools.’ 1956 16 pp.27-34
O’Hanlon, L. Wonder 2017 36.1 p.13
Pasch, J. Combined Arts Residencies in Special Education 1995 14.3 pp.4,12
Pasch, J. African Eagles. 1996 15.4 pp.4-5
Pasch, J. Movement and Dance for Children with Special Needs 1999 18.1 p.15
Payne West, H. Moving Towards Dance Movement Therapy 1983 71 Nov
Penfield, K. Authentic Movement: The Unconscious in Movement 1994 13.1 p.11
Penfield, K. Laban Movement Analysis and Group Process in Dance Movement Therapy 1996 15.4 pp. 8-9,12
Price, D. Touch Trust: A Gift to Share 2010 29.2 pp.12-13
Richards, J. When I’m 64 I want to Dance 2013 33.3 pp.10-11
Salter, A. Laban among Counsellors. 1993 12.1 p.8
Salter, A. Movement as Expressive Behaviour Therapy 1996 15.2 p.4
Salter, A. The Body Idealogical 2006 25.1 pp.39-41
Segal, H. Voicework. 1994 13.4 pp.5,11
Sherborne, V. Paper Read at Movement Therapy Conference 1965 36
Sherborne, V. An Introduction to Movement Dance Therapy 1985 74 Nov
Sherborne, V. Movement Observation and Practice 1986 75 Sep
Sherborne, V. Integration through Shared Movement and Experience 1990 79 May
Silverman, S. Some Aspects of Laban’s Work in Bristol 1987 76 May
St John, A. Badger out of the Window 1997 16.3 p.11
Ward, A. Dance Therapy or Therapeutic Dance? 2002 21.2 pp. 4-5
Watson, R.M. Movement and Physiotherapy 53
Wethered, A. Movement and Personality Difficulties – ‘Human development inevitably produces difficulties and the personal growth of the individual is partly a process of meeting and coming to terms with such difficulties.’ 21 pp.20-25
Wethered, A. Movement Therapy in a Psychotherapeutic Residential Setting 34
Wethered, A. The Application of the Movement Principles in Therapy 1980 65 Nov
Wethered, A. Laban’s Movement Principles in Therapy 1988 77 May