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Reclaiming the body and restoring a bodily self in drama therapy: A case study of sensory-focused Trauma-Centred Developmental Transformations for survivors of father‐daughter incest

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Survivors of father‐daughter incest often suffer from complex trauma and sensory insensitivity, making it difficult to decipher the sensations in the body and experience body ownership, self-location and agency. This case study illustrates how sensory focused, Trauma-Centred Developmental Transformations can help restore or develop a bodily self, desensitize fear-based schemas, revise deeply buried beliefs and extend repertoire.
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Keywords: Developmental Transformations; Transformaciones Evolutivas (DvT); adult mental health; bodily self; complex trauma; drama therapy; dramaterapia; father‐daughter incest survivor; padre hija sobreviviente de incesto; salud mental del adulto; santé mentale des adultes; survivante de l’inceste père-fille; trauma complejo; traumatisme complexe; yo corporal

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 0000000108249343HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Publication date: October 1, 2020

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  • Drama Therapy Review (DTR) is committed to documenting and disseminating drama therapy research, promoting scholarship about drama therapy theory and practice, encouraging interdisciplinary dialogue, and providing a forum for lively debate in the field. DTR profiles and critically reflects upon current and emerging practices involving the intentional and therapeutic uses of drama and performance in clinical, educational, community, organizational, and research contexts.
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