Embodied Parenting – Perspectives on non-verbal communication & power of movement-dance

Dance-movement therapist Dr Suzie Tortora’s research into embodied parenting and infant-parent communication has much to offer about the power of movement as a form of subtle embodied communication in infancy, early childhood and across the lifespan. Dr Tortora’s research challenges assumptions about the nature of communicative development as largely a question of the acquisition of expressive and receptive verbal communication. Find out more at: Dance/Movement Therapy: Embodied Parenting

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