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MAE - Master of Arts in Expressive Therapies
As our world population rapidly ages, the number of people who develop dementia is also growing. Dementia brings significant impacts to patients and their families as well as to our society. Dance movement therapy (DMT) is regarded as a useful and appropriate intervention for those who find words difficult, those with cognitive impairments, or those who find it difficult to express and explore their emotions. It’s also combined both physical and psychological benefits. Therefore, it is possible that DMT has positive effects such as delaying cognitive deterioration, increasing social interaction, reducing anxiety, etc. for people who are suffering from dementia. This paper discussed the effectiveness of DMT as the intervention for female elders with dementia.
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Wang, Han, "The Effectiveness of Dance Movement Therapy with Elderly Women Who Have Dementia" (2019). Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses. 230.
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