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Read Integrating Exercise, Sports, Movement, and Mind: Therapeutic Unity, and you’ll see how exercise and movement are actually the keys to achieving a harmonious equilibrium between thoughts and physical health. This unique collection of writing, a healthy and diverse montage in its own right, mirrors its topic, helping you see how a variegated array of body movements can lead to a healthier, happier mind.

A kaleidoscope of theory and application, case study and abstraction, Integrating Exercise, Sports, Movement, and Mind spans the spectrum of relevant issues, including those revolving around gender, class, ethnicity, and family systems, and accomplishes its task through the medium of a wide assortment of activities, including gymnastics, soccer, horseback riding, archery, running, walking, and cycling. Your perspective on body movement and body-mind unity will be deepened as you read about these topics:

  • family system perspectives and youth sports
  • rehabilitation—“patient as athlete”
  • contact Improvisation
  • the concept of “flow” from within a gendered consciousness
  • sport psychology and the coach/athlete/consultant triad
  • clinical sport psychology
  • sport trauma recovery

    It’s a unique but universal relationship—this prism of thoughts and physical locomotion. So open up Integrating Exercise, Sports, Movement, and Mind and let some of the top experts in the field of sport psychology open your mind and show you how to unlock the body’s potential on the athletic field.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Twelve contributions explore a range of issues and perspectives<-- >from a father's examination of his daughters' competitive running relationships, to an interview with dance therapist Ilene Serlin, to a discussion of how understanding the elite sport environment can enhance psychological consultation. The sampling of theory and case studies address not only therapy for professional athletes, but the use of exercise to augment mental as well as physical health. Paper edition (unseen), $19.95 Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789003805
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Pages: 202

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction 1
Family Systems Issues Affecting Athletic Performance in Youth 5
Patient as Athlete: A Metaphor for Injury Rehabilitation 21
Contact Improvisation: Its Potentials for a Therapy of Movement: A Conversation/Dialogue Between Nancy Menapace and E. Mark Stern 41
The Dialogue of Movement: An Interview/Conversation with Ilene Serlin and E. Mark Stern 47
"To Feel My Own Knowing in Motion": Harmonizing the Mind, Body, and Emotions 53
Relational Aspects of Competition: A Father Learns from His Daughters 63
Softly Strong: African American Women's Use of Exercise in Therapy 81
Working in Competitive Sport: What Coaches and Athletes Want Psychologists to Know 101
Insights into Effective Sport Psychology Consulting 111
Putting the "Clinical" into Sport Psychology Consulting 131
A Multi-Modal Approach to Trauma Recovery: A Case History 145
Anxiety Management and the Elite Athlete: A Case Study 161
Index 175
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