The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) defines dance/movement therapy as the psychotherapeutic use of movement to promote the individual's emotional, social, cognitive and physical integration.
The stories that make up our lives give meaning to who we are. Narrative therapy is non-pathologizing, non-blaming, and sees clients as experts in their own lives. Narrative therapists view people as separate from their problems. Externalizing problems shifts the focus from an unchangeable flaw in the person to an external issue that can be changed.