Alisha Jihn: Being Embodied: Body Image and Dance/Movement Therapy

Dance therapy can be used in a different cultural context. Alisha Jihn explores the possibilities and sees that dance therapy can be effective in fostering body image and self-esteem for adolescents and children. Through Alisha’s Fulbright project, the dance therapy participants learned to develop new relationships with their bodies.
 
Dance therapy can be used in a different cultural context. Alisha Jihn explores the possibilities and sees that dance therapy can be effective in fostering body image and self-esteem for adolescents and children. Through Alisha’s Fulbright project, the dance therapy participants learned to develop new relationships with their bodies.
Alisha Jihn is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago’s dance movement therapy and counseling program. Her host institution in Taiwan is the Department of Education at National Chengchi University.
 
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