Special Issue 8 (1) 2016 “Music, drama, dance movement and art therapy: Interdisciplinary dialogues” – Book review (first published on 22 January 2016)
Mindfulness and the Arts Therapies: Theory and Practice (Laury Rappaport, Editor)
Reviewed by Foteini Athanasiadou
Title: Mindfulness and the Arts Therapies: Theory and Practice | Editor: Laury Rappaport | Year: 2014 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley | Pages: 343 | ISBN: 978-1-84905-909-1
Foteini Athanasiadou has obtained an MSc in Dance/Movement Psychotherapy from Queen Margaret University, Scotland and is a registered member of the Association of Dance and Movement Psychotherapy (ADMP) UK. Her clinical experience includes work with children and adults in various settings, such as special and mainstream schools, an NHS dementia ward, and a day service for autism spectrum disorders. In addition, she holds experience in facilitating movement-based personal development workshops for adults, and she had been implementing well-being promotion programmes at Anatolia Elementary and Kindergarten in Thessaloniki, Greece. She lives and works in Brighton, UK.