Publications

Recent Publications

Sossin, K. M. (2015) A Movement-Informed Mentalization Lens Applied to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of Children and Adolescents with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 14:3,
294-310, DOI: 10.1080/15289168.2015.1066630

Sossin, K. M. (2015). Early childhood risk factors for autism and psychosis. In J. McCarthy (Ed.), Psychosis in childhood
and adolescence (pp. 60-89). New York: Routledge. ISBN-13: 978-0415821063

Koch, S. C. (2014). Rhythm is it: Effects of Dynamic Body Feedback on Affect and Attitudes. Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 5, 537, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00537.

Koch, S. C., Fuchs, T., & Summa, M. (2014). Body memory and movement quality. The influence of light vs. strong movements on body memory. Memory Studies, 7(3), 272-284

KMP-Related Publications

Bender, S. (2010). Bewegungsanalyse von Interaktionen: Movement Analysis of Interaction. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Birklein, S. B. & Sossin, K. M. (2006). Nonverbal indices of stress in parent-child dyads: Implications for individual and interpersonal affect regulation and intergenerational transmission. In S. C. Koch & I. Braeuninger (Eds.). Advances in dance-movement therapy. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Birklein, S. B. , Sossin, K. M., & Loman, S. (2006). The effect of stress on the caregiver-child relationship: Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) research and interventions. ADTA 2006 Proceedings.

Birklein, S. B. (2005). Nonverbal indices of stress in parent-child interaction. Dissertation Abstracts International, 66 (01), 542 B.(UMI No AAT 3161860).

Birklein, S.B. (2005). In Koch, S. & Bräuninger, I. (Eds.) International Dance/Movement Therapy Research: Theory, Methods, and Empirical Findings. American Journal of Dance Therapy, Volume 27, Number 1, March 2005, pp. 37-46(10) .

Birklein, S. B. (2004). Nonverbal indices of high stress. [Abstract]. Moving On. Journal of the Dance Therapy Association of Australia. 3 (2).

Birklein, S. B. (2003). Nonverbal indices of stress. The Arts in Psychotherapy: 31 (3). Abstract obtained from the International Research Colloquium in Dance Therapy, 2003.

Birklein, S. B. (2003). Nonverbal indices of high stress. Zeitschrift fuer Tanztherapie. 46, 6-7. Germany.

Birklein, S. B. (1997, Winter). The basic neurological patterns and their implications in verbal and nonverbal psychotherapy. ADTA newsletter. 32.1.

Birklein, S. B. (1997). Developmental movement patterns. In ADTA (Ed). Conference Proceedings of the 32th Annual Meeting of the. American Dance Therapy Association. Columbia, MD.

Birklein, S.B. (1996). Basic neurological patterns and their expression of object relations. Unpublished master’s thesis. Antioch New England Graduate School. Braeuninger, I. (2005). Tanztherapie. Beltz Verlag. Basel: CH.

Burrill, R. (2001). The effects of teaching/learning environments on the creative process of learning evidenced through a movement analysis tool: The Kestenberg Movement Profile. Dissertation Abstracts International. (UMI 3012118).

Eberhard-Kaechele, M. (2007). The regulation of interpersonal relationships by means of shape flow: a psychoeducational intervention for traumatised individuals. In S. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement Analysis-Bewegunganalyse. The Legacy of Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg. Berlin: Logos.

Hastie, S. (2006). The Kestenberg Movement Profile. In S.L. Brooke (Ed). Creative Arts Therapies Manual: A Guide to the History, Theoretical Approaches, Assessment, and Work with Special Populations of Art, Play, Dance, Music, Drama, and Poetry Therapies. Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, LTD.

Hastie Atley, S. (1991). In search of a standard form of assessment: The Kestenberg Movement Profile as diagnostic tool and treatment guide integrated into the practice of dance/movement therapy. Unpublished master’s thesis, Antioch/New England Graduate School, Keene, NH.

Kestenberg, J. S, Sossin, K. M. (1994). Movement Patterns in infant affective expression. Exploration of tension flow and shape features of the IFEEL pictures. Presented at the 5th Kestenberg Conference, sponsored by Antioch New England Graduate School, 1994.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1990). On narcissism and masochism in the fetus and the neonate. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 8.

Kestenberg Amighi, J. (1990). The application of the KMP cross-culturally. In P. Lewis, Loman S. (Eds), The Kestenberg Movement Profile, its past, present applications, and future directions. Keene, NH. Antioch New England Graduate School.

Kestenberg, J. S. & Brenner, I. (1996). The last witness: The child survivor and the Holocaust. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

Kestenberg, J. S. & Borowitz, E. (1990). On narcissism and masochism in the fetus and the neonate. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal, 5, 87-94.

Kestenberg, J. S. & Sossin, K. M. (1979). The role of movement patterns in development, II. New York: Dance Notation Bureau.

Kestenberg, J. S. & Buelte, A. (1977). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults 1. Towards understanding mutuality, 2. Mutual holding and holding oneself up, International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 6, 339-396.

Kestenberg-Amighi, J. & Loman, S. (1999). Interpreting a KMP of Carlos, a Three-and-one-half-year-old boy: An illustrative case. In J. Kestenberg-Amighi, S. Loman, P. Lewis, & K. M. Sossin (Eds.), The meaning of movement: Developmental and clinical perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement Profile (pp. 291-308). New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Kestenberg-Amighi J., Loman, S., Lewis, P., & Sossin, K. M. (1999). The meaning of movement: Developmental and clinical perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. New York, NY: Brunner-Routledge.

Kestenberg Amighi, J. and Loman, S. (1998) “The KMP in mind body movement work” in The Encyclopedia of Mind/Body Work, Greenwood Press, Wilmington.

Kestenberg-Amighi, J. & Pinder, I., (1991) "Balinese Child Development as seen through Movement Patterns," in The Kestenberg Movement Profile Studies, S. Loman (Ed.) Antioch New England Graduate School Press.

Kestenberg Amighi, J. (2010) Metaphoric mind/body language usage in various language settings. Paper presented to the Conference of Dance Movement Therapy, Brooklyn NY 2010.

Kestenberg, Amighi, J. (2007) “Kestenberg Movement Profile perspectives on Native American learning style preferences.” in Movement Analysis-Bewegungsanalyse, The legacy of Laban Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg, Sabine Koch and Suzanne Bender eds. Berlin: Logus verlag, pp. 175-186.

Kestenberg Amighi, J. (2003) “Cross cultural perspectives on Attachment” Zero to Three.

Kestenberg, J. & Sossin, K. (1979). The role of movement patterns in development. New York, NY: Dance Nation Bureau Press.

Koch, S. & Bender, S. (2007), Movement Analysis-Bewegungsanalyse: The legacy of Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Koch, S. & Muller, S. (2007). Assessments with the KMP questionnaire and the brief KMP- based affect scale. In S. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement Analysis- Bewegungsanalyse: The legacy of Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Koch, S. (2007). Basic principles of movement analysis: Steps toward validation of the KMP. In S. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement Analysis-Bewegungsanalyse: The legacy of

Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Koch, S. (2006). Gender and leadership at work: use of rhythms and movement qualities in team communication at the workplace. In S. Koch and I. Bauninger (Eds.) Advances in dance/movement therapy: Theoretical perspectives and empirical findings.

Koch, S., & Muller, S., (2004). Men and women at work: KMP analysis of movement Qualities. University of Heidelberg. Germany.

Koch, S. (1997). The Kestenberg Movement Profile. A reliability study among student raters. Unpublished master’s thesis. Allegheny University of the Health Sciences: Philadelphia, Pa.

La Barre, F. (2001). On moving and being moved. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.

Lewis, P. (1993). Creative Transformation. The healing power of the arts. Wilmette: Chiron Publishing Co.

Lewis, P., (Ed.), (1984). Theoretical approaches in dance-movement therapy, Vol.II. (2nd ed.). Dubuque, IA: W.C. Brown-Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Lewis, P., (Ed.), (1986). Theoretical approaches in dance-movement therapy, Vol.I. Dubuque, IA: W.C. Brown-Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Lewis, P. (1990) The Kestenberg Movement Profile in the psychotherapeutic process with borderline disorders. In P. Lewis & S. Loman (Eds.), The Kestenberg Movement Profile, its past, present applications, and future directions. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Lewis, P. (2002). Integrative holistic health, healing, and transformation: A guide for practitioners, consultants, and administrators. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas.

Lier-Schehl, H. (2010). “Trittst du mich, dann schuttel ich dich!” In S. Bender (Ed.). Bewegungsanalyse von Interaktionen: Movement Analysis of Interaction. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Lier-Schehl, H. (2008). Bewegungsdialoge bei Mutter und Kind. Hamburg: Kovac-Verlag.

Loman, S. (2010). Interaction with children with aggression. In S. Bender (Ed.). Bewegungsanalyse von Interaktionen: Movement Analysis of Interaction. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Loman, S. and Sossin, K. M. (2009). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile and Dance/Movement Therapy. In S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower (Eds.), The art and science of dance/movement therapy: Life is dance. New York: Routledge.

Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2009). Current clinical applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower (Eds.). Life is dance: The art and science of DMT (pp. 237-264). New York: Routledge.

Loman, S. & Sossin, K. M. (2008). Current clinical applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. (Translated by Aleisa Gines). Sharon Chaiklin & H. Wengrower (Eds.). La Vida es Danza: El arte y la Ciencia de la Danza Movimiento Terapia. Barcelona, Spain: Editorial Gedisa.

Loman, S., Cellini, N., Johnson, M., Hallett, E. (2009). Magical Moments in Movement: Antioch University New England Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Students Quest in the Real World. American Journal of Dance Therapy, DOI 10.1007/s10465-009-9071-5.

Loman, S. and Sossin, K. M. (2008). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile and Dance/Movement Therapy. In S. Chaiklin & H. Wengrower (Eds.), La vida es danza: El arte y la ciencia de Danza Movimento Terapia. Barcelona: Gedisa.

Loman, S. and LeMessurier, C. (2008). Chapter 3: Speaking with the body: Using dance/movement therapy to enhance communication and healing with young children. In D. McCarthy (Ed.), Speaking about the Unspeakable: Non-Verbal Methods and Experiences in Therapy with Children. London: Jessica Kingsley.

Loman, S. (2007). The KMP and Pregnancy: Developing early empathy through notating fetal movement. In S. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement Analysis--Bewegungsanalyse: The legacy of Laban, Bartenieff, Lamb and Kestenberg. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Loman, S. (2005) Chapter 4: Dance/Movement Therapy. In C. Malchiodi (Ed.), Expressive Therapies . New York: Guilford Press.

Loman, S. (2003) Therapy with Expectant Families: Developing early empathy through notating fetal movement in pregnancy. Movement & Dance: Quarterly Magazine of the Laban Guild. (22), (4).

Loman, S., & Kestenberg Amighi, J. (1999). In N. Allison, (Ed.). Kestenberg Movement Profile. The illustrated encyclopedia of body-mind disciplines. New York: Rosen.

Loman, S. (1998). “Employing a developmental model of movement patterns in Dance/movement therapy with young children and their families,” American Journal of Dance Therapy. Vol. 20, (2,) pp. 101-115.

Loman, S. & Merman, H. (1996) "The KMP: A tool for Dance/Movement Therapy." American Journal of Dance Therapy (18), (1). pp.29-52.

Loman, S. with Foley, F. (1996) "Models for understanding the nonverbal process in relationships." The Arts in Psychotherapy. (23), (4). pp. 341-350.

Loman, S. (1995) In F. Levy, (Ed.). "The case of Warren: A KMP approach to autism." Dance and other expressive art therapies. New York: Routledge Publications.

Loman, S. (1994). Attuning to the fetus and the young child: Approaches from Dance/movement therapy. ZERO TO THREE Bulletin of National Center for Clincal Infant Programs. Vol. 15 No. 1 August/September.

Loman, S. (1993). Shaping the basis of relationships. American Dance Therapy Association 28th Annual Conference Proceedings. Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

Loman, S. and Brandt, R. (1992). The body mind connection in human movement analysis. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. (1990). Applying concepts derived from the Kestenberg Movement Profile at the Center for Parents and Children. Eurolab Journal, 1990, Heft 3-3 Jahrgang.

Loman, S. and Lewis, P.(1990) (Eds.). The Kestenberg Movement Profile: its Past, Present Applications, and Future Directions. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Sossin, K. M. & Birklein, S. B. (2006). Nonverbal transmission of stress between parent and young child. Considerations and psychotherapeutic implications of a study of affective movement patterns. Journal of Infant, Child, & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 5, 46-69.

Sossin, K. M. & Charone-Sossin, J. (2007). Embedding co-regulation within therapeutic process: Lessons from development. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6, 259-279.

Sossin, K. M. & Charone-Sossin, J. (2007). Twists in the road on the developmental path towards co-regulation: Navigating one's way when many reliable markers are absent. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6, 245-258.

Sossin, K. M. & Loman, S. (2004). The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a tool for research in dance/movement therapy. ADTA 2004 Annual Proceedings, 101-107.

Sossin, K. M., & Loman, S. (1992). Clinical applications of the KMP. In S. Loman (Ed.), The body-mind connection in human movement analysis (pp. 21-55). Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Sossin, K. M. (2007). History and future of the Kestenberg Movement Profile (pp. 103-118). In S. C. Koch & S. Bender (Eds.), Movement analysis: Bewegungsanalyse. Berlin: Logos Verlag.

Sossin, K. M. (2002). Interactive movement patterns as ports of entry in infant-parent psychotherapy: Ways of seeing nonverbal behavior. The Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis, 2 (2), 97-131.

Sossin, K. M. (2001) Discussion of “Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults: 1. Toward understanding mutuality,” a paper by Judith S. Kestenberg with Arnhilte Buelte. APA Division 39

Sossin, K. M. (1993). Pre- and postnatal repercussions of handicapping conditions upon the narcissistic line of development. Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Journal 7(3), 195-213.

KMP-Related Publications (pre-1990)

Bartenieff, I. and Lewis, D. (1980). Body movement: Coping with the environment. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach.

Bartenieff, I., Davis, M. (1972). Effort-Shape analysis of movement. The unity of expression and function. In Body movement: Perspectives in research. New York: Arno Press.

Davis, M. (1973). Towards understanding the intrinsic in body movement. New York: Arno.

Davis, M. (1985). Nonverbal behavior and psychotherapy process research. In A. Wolfgang (Ed.), Nonverbal behavior; Perspectives, application, intercultural insights. New York: Hofgrefe, Inc.

Davis, M. (1985). Nonverbal behavior research and psychotherapy. In G. Streiker and R.H. Kiesner (Eds.). From research to clinical practice. New York: Plenum Press.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1987). Empathy for the fetus. In T. Verny (Ed.). Pre-and perinatal psychology: An introduction. New York: Human Science Press.

Kestenberg, J.S. (1985a/b) The role of movement patterns in diagnosis and prevention. In D. A. Shaskan & W. L. Roller (Eds.), Paul Schilder: Mind explorer (pp. 97-160). New York: Human Sciences Press.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1985a/b). The flow of empathy and trust between mother and child. In E. J. Anthony & G. H. Pollock (Eds.), Parental influences in health and disease (pp.137- 163). Boston: Little Brown.

Kestenberg, J. S., & Buelte, A. (1983). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults: Periods of vulnerability in transitions from stability to mobility and vice versa. In J. Call, E. Galenson, & R. Tyson (Eds.), Frontiers of infant psychiatry (pp. 200- 216). New York: Basic Books.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1982). The inner-genital phase-pre-phallic and pre-oedipal. In D. Mendell (Ed.). Early female development: Current psychoanalytic views (pp. 81- 125). Jamaica, NY: Spectrum.

Kestenberg, J.S., Sossin, K.M. (1979). The role of movement patterns in development 2. Dance Notation Bureau Press.

Kestenberg, J.S. & Buelte, A. (1977a/b). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults. 1.Toward understanding mutuality, 2. Mutual holding and holding oneself up. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 6, 339-396.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1975). Children and parents: Psychoanalytic studies in development. New York: Jason Aronson. Originally published in 1947.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1993). Sequential Traumatization of Children. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 74:863-864

Kestenberg, J. S. (1965). The role of movement patterns in development. I : Rhythms of Movement; II: Flow of tension and effort. Psychoanalytic Quaterly, 34, 517-563.

Lamb, W., & Watson, E. (1987). Body code: The meaning in movement. 2nd ed. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Laban, R. (1966). The language of movement. A Guidebook to Choreutics. Boston: Plays, Inc.

Laban, R. (1960). The mastery of movement, (2nd Ed.). London: Mac Donald & Evans

Laban, R. & Lawrence, F. C. (1974). Effort: Economy in body movement. Boston, MA: Plays. (Originally published in 1947).

Lewis, P. (1986). Theoretical approaches in dance movement therapy Vol. II. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Lewis, P. (1984). Theoretical approaches in dance movement therapy Vol. I. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Schilder, P. (1950). Image and appearance of the human body. New York: International. University Press.

Scheflen, A.E. (1964). The significance of posture in communication systems. Psychiatry, 27, 316-331.

Scheflen, A. E. (1972). Body Language and social order. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.

Sossin, K. M. (1987). Reliability of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. In Movement Studies. A journal of the Laban Bartenieff Institut for Movement Studies. Vol. 2 : Observer Agreement (pp 22-28). NY Laban/Bartenieff Instiute for Movement Studies.

Related References

Adler, J. (1968). The study of an autistic child (film and presentation). Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association, Third Annual Conference (pp. 43-48). Madison, WI: American Dance Therapy Association.

Birklein, S. B. (2005). Nonverbal indices of stress in parent-child interaction. Dissertation Abstracts International., 66 (01):542B. (UMI No. AAT 3161860).

Birklein, S. & Sossin, K.M. (2006). Nonverbal indices of stress in parent-child dyads: Implications for individual and interpersonal affect regulation and intergenerational transmission. In S. Koch and I. Bauninger (Eds.) Advances in dance/movement therapy: Theoretical perspectives and empirical findings.

Blau, B., & Siegel, E. V. (1978). Breathing together: A preliminary investigation of an involuntary reflex as adaptation. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 2, 35-42.

Brauninger, I. (2005). Tanztherapie. Verbesserung der Lebensqualitat und Stressbewaltigung. [Dance Therapy. Improvement of Quality of Life and Coping]. Weinheim, Germany: Belz Verlag.

Cruz, R. F. & Koch, S. (2004). Issues of validity and reliability in the use of movement observations and scales. In R. F. Cruz & C. Berrol (Eds.), Dance/movement therapists in action: A working guide to research options. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas.

Dosamantes, E. (1990). Movement and psychodynamic pattern changes in long-term dance/movement therapy groups. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 12, 27-44.

Freud, A. (1965). Normality and pathology in childhood: Assessments of development. In The writings of Anna Freud (Vol. 6). New York: International Universities Press.

Goodill, S. (2005). An Introduction to Medical Dance/Movement Therapy: Health Care in Motion. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley.

Kalish, B. (1968). Body movement therapy for children with autism. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association, Third Annual Conference (pp. 49-59). Madison, WI: American Dance Therapy Association.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1954). The history of an "autistic child": Clinical data and interpretation. Journal of Child Psychiatry, 2, 5-52.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1965a). The role of movement patterns in development: 1. Rhythms of movement. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 1-36.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1965b). The role of movement patterns in development: 2. Flow of tension and effort. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34, 517-563.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1966). Rhythm and organization in obsessive-compulsive development. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 47, 151-159.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1967). The role of movement patterns in development: 3. The control of shape. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36, 356-409.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1975). Children and parents. New York: Jason Aronson.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1976). Regression and reintegration in pregnancy. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 24, 213-250.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1980a). Ego-organization in obsessive-compulsive development: A study of the Rat-Man, based on interpretation of movement patterns. In M. Kanzer & J. Glenn (Eds.), Freud and his patients. New York: Jason Aronson

Kestenberg, J. S. (1980b). The inner-genital phase - prephallic and preoedipal. In D. Mendel (Ed.), Early feminine development: Contemporary psychoanalytic views. New York: Spectrum Publications.

Kestenberg, J. S. (1985). The flow of empathy and trust between mother and child. In E. J. Anthony and G. H. Pollack (Eds.), Parental influences: In health and disease. pp. 137-163. Boston: Little Brown.

Kestenberg, J. S., & Buelte, A. (1977a). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults: 1. Toward understanding mutuality. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 6, 339-366.

Kestenberg, J. S., & Buelte, A. (1977b). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults: 2. Mutual holding and holding-oneself-up. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 6, 369-396.

Kestenberg, J. S., & Buelte, A. (1983). Prevention, infant therapy and the treatment of adults: 3. Periods of vulnerability in transitions from stability to mobility and vice versa. In J. Call, E. Galenson, and R. Tyson (Eds.), Frontiers of Infant Psychiatry. New York: Basic Books.

Kestenberg, J. S., Marcus, H., Robbins, E., Berlowe, J., & Buelte, A. (1971). Development of the young child as expressed through bodily movement. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 19, 746-764.

Kestenberg, J. S., & Sossin, K. M. (1979). The role of movement patterns in development (Vol. 2). New York: Dance Notation Bureau Press.

Kestenberg Amighi, J. K., Loman, S., Lewis, P., and Sossin, K.M. (1999). The Meaning of Movement, Developmental and Clinical Perspectives of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. New York: Routledge Publishers.

Koch, S. (publication pending). Gender and leadership at work: use of rhythms and movement qualities in team communication at the workplace. In S. Koch and I. Bauninger (Eds.) Advances in dance/movement therapy: Theoretical perspectives and empirical findings.

Koch, S. & Brauninger (2005). International dance/movement therapy research: Theory, methods, and empirical findings, American Journal of Dance therapy Vol. 27 (1), pp 37-46.

Koch, S. C., Cruz, R. F., & Goodill, S. (2002). The Kestenberg Movement Profile: Performance of novice raters. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 23, 71-87.

Kornblum, R. (2002). Disarming the Playground: Violence prevention through movement and Pro-social skills. Oklahoma City: Wood and Barnes.

Laban, R., & Lawrence, F. C. (1947). Effort. London: MacDonald & Evans.

Laban, R. (1960) The mastery of movement (2nd ed.) . London: MacDonald & Evans.

La Barre, F. (2001). On Moving and Being Moved, Nonverbal Behavior in Clinical Practice. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press.

Lamb, W. (1965). Posture and gesture. London: Gerald Duckworth.

Lamb, W. & Watson, E. (1987). Body code: The meaning in movement (2nd ed.) . Princeton, NJ: Princeton Book Company, Publishers.

Lewis, P., (Ed.), (1984). Theoretical approaches in dance-movement therapy, Vol.II. (2nd ed.). Dubuque, IA: W.C. Brown-Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Lewis, P., (Ed.), (1986). Theoretical approaches in dance-movement therapy, Vol.I. Dubuque, IA: W.C. Brown-Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

Lewis, P. (1990) The Kestenberg Movement Profile in the psychotherapeutic process with borderline disorders. In P. Lewis & S. Loman (Eds.), The Kestenberg Movement Profile, its past, present applications, and future directions. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Lewis, P. (2002). Integrative holistic health, healing, and transformation: A guide for practitioners, consultants, and administrators. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas.

Loman, S. (1994). Attuning to the fetus and the young child: Approaches from Dance/movement therapy. ZERO TO THREE Bulletin of National Center for Clincal Infant Programs. Vol. 15 No. 1 August/September.

Loman, S. (1995) In F. Levy, (Ed.). The case of Warren: A KMP approach to autism. Dance and other expressive art therapies. New York: Routledge Publications.

Loman, S. (1998). Employing a developmental model of movement patterns in dance/movement therapy with young children and their families, American Journal of Dance Therapy. Vol. 20, (2) pp. 101-115.

Loman, S. (2005). Dance/movement therapy. In. C. Malchiodi (Ed.). Expressive therapies. New York: Guilford.

Loman, S. and Brandt, R. (1992). The body mind connection in human movement analysis. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. & Merman, H. (1996) The KMP: A tool for Dance/Movement Therapy. American Journal of Dance Therapy (18), (1) . pp.29-52.

Loman, S. with Foley, F. (1996) Models for understanding the nonverbal process in relationships. The Arts in Psychotherapy. (23), (4) . pp. 341-350.

Lotan,N.& Tziperman, E.(1995, 2005). The Kestenberg Movement Pro www.deas.harvard.edu/climate/eli/KMP (revision)

Ramsden, P. (1973). Top team planning. New York: Halsted/Wiley.

Ruttenberg, B., Kalish, B., Wenar, C., & Wolf, E. (1974). A description of the Behavior Rating Instrument for Autistic and other Atypical Children (BRIAAC). Therapeutic process: Movement as integration: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Conference (pp. 139-142). New York: American Dance Therapy Association.

Sandel, S. L. (1982). The process of individuation in dance-movement therapy with schizophrenic patients. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 9, 11-18.

Siegel, E. V. (1974). Psychoanalytic thought and methodology in dance movement therapy. Focus on Dance, 7, 27-37.

Siegel, E. V. (1984). Dance movement therapy: mirror of our selves and the psychoanalytic approach. New York: Human Sciences Press.

Sossin, K. M. (1987). Reliability of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Movement Studies: Observer Agreement, Vol 2, 23-28. New York: Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies.

Sossin, K. M. (2002). Interactive movement patterns as ports of entry in infant-parent psychotherapy: Ways of seeing nonverbal behavior. The Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis, 2 (2), 97-131.

Sossin, K. M. (2003, October). Recent statistical and normative findings regarding the KMP: Implications for theory and application. Proceedings of the American Dance Therapy Association 37th Annual Conference, Burlington, VT.

Sossin, K. M. & Birklein, S. (2006). Nonverbal transmission of stress between parent and young child: Considerations, and psychotherapeutic implications, of a study of affective-movement patterns. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 5, pp 46-69.

Stern, D. N. (1971). A micro-analysis of mother-infant interaction: Behavior regulating social contact between a mother and her three and a half month-old twins. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 10, 501-517.

Stern, D. N. (1995). The Motherhood Constellation: A Unified View of Parent-Infant Psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books.

Tortora, S. (2006). The dancing dialogue: Using the communicative power of movement with young children. Baltimore: Brookes.

Winnicott, D. W. (1965). The maturational processes and the facilitating environment. New York: Internation Univeristies Press.

KMP-Related Articles and Manuscripts

Burrill, Rebecca. (2010). The primacy of movement in art-making. Teaching Artist Journal 8(4), 216-228.