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Publications

For more information about Tina’s professional background and work see:

Stromsted, T. (in press). Witnessing Practice: In the Eyes of the Beholder. The Routledge International Handbook: Embodied Perspectives in Psychotherapy: Approaches from Dance Movement and Body Psychotherapies. London, UK: Routledge.

Stromsted, T.  (2015).  Authentic Movement & The Evolution of Soul’s Body® Work. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices: Authentic Movement: Defining the Field, Intellect, 2015, vol. 7.2. Read abstract here.

Stromsted, T. (2015). You Are a Spark from My Shining: A conversation with Penelope Etnier Dinsmore. Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, Routledge, 2015, vol. 9.3, 79-94. Read abstract here.

Stromsted, T. & Seiff, D. (2015). Dances of psyche and soma: Re-Inhabiting the body in the wake of emotional trauma. In D. F. Sieff (Ed.), Understanding and healing emotional trauma: Conversations with pioneering clinicians and researchers. London, UK: Routledge. (available on Amazon Books). Read chapter summary here.

Stromsted, T. (2014). The alchemy of Authentic Movement: Awakening spirit in the body. In Williamson, A., Whately, S., Batson, G., & Weber R. (Eds.), Dance, somatics and spiritualities: Contemporary sacred narratives, leading edge voices in the field: sensory experiences of the divine (pp. 35-60). Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect Books. (available on Amazon Books)

Stromsted, T. (Online). Body to word: An interview with Tina Stromsted, Ph.D., ADTR, by Karin Fleischer, MA. Centro de Practica y Formacion en Movimiento Autentico: Orientacion Junguiana en Danza Movimieno Terapia. (2001).

Stromsted, T. (2014).  Embodied alchemy: Awakening spirit in the body.  In L. Cowan (Ed.), One hundred years on: Origins, innovations and controversies.  Proceedings of the 19th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 18-23, 2013. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, CD.

Stromsted, T. (2013, January/February).  Margaret Wilkinson: Mind-brain-body Perspectives on Psychotherapy.   Viewpoint: News & Views of The Psychotherapy Institute.

Stromsted, T. & Homann, K. (2011). Dancing Body, Brain, & Soul: The Dance of Three. In Collaborations: Different Identities, Mutual Paths, Proceedings of the 47th American Dance Therapy Association Annual Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota, October, 2011, CD.

Stromsted, T. (2010). Dreamdancing In P. Bennett (Ed.), Facing Multiplicity – Psyche, Nature, Culture, Proceedings of the 18th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology. Montreal, Canada. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

Stromsted, T. (2009) ‘Healing Soul’s Body: An Introduction to Authentic Movement.’ In P. Bennett (Ed.), Journeys & Encounters: Clinical, Communal, Cultural, Proceedings of the 17th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology. Capetown, South Africa. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

Stromsted, T. (2009) ‘Embodied Imagination: Form Grows from Emptiness.’ In P. Bennett (Ed.), Journeys & Encounters: Clinical, Communal, Cultural, Proceedings of the 17th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology. Capetown, South Africa. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.

Stromsted, T. (Summer, 2009). Authentic Movement: A dance with the divine. Body Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy Journal. 4(3), 201-213.

Stromsted, T. (2008). Authentic Movement: The Dancing Body in Psychotherapy, “Psychiatry and the Body”, San Francisco Medicine: Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society, Vol. 81 (5), June 2008.

Stromsted, T. (2007). Embodied imagination: Form grows from emptiness. In P. Ashton (Ed.), Evocations of Absence: Interdisciplinary Encounters with Void States. New Orleans, Louisiana: Spring Journal Books.

Stromsted, T. (2007). The Dancing Body in Psychotherapy: Reflections on Somatic Psychotherapy and Authentic Movement. In P. Pallaro (Ed.), Authentic Movement: Moving the Body, Moving the Self, Being Moved: A Collection of Essays. Volume II. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 202-220.

Stromsted, T. & Haze, N. (2007). The road in: Elements of the study and practice of authentic movement. In P. Pallaro (Ed.), Authentic Movement: Moving the body, moving the self, being moved: A collection of essays. Volume II. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 56-68.

Stromsted, T. (2007). The discipline of Authentic Movement as mystical practice: Evolving moments in Janet Alder’s life and work. In P. Pallaro (Ed.), Authentic Movement: Moving the Body, Moving the Self, Being Moved: A Collection of Essays. Volume II. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 244-259.

Stromsted, T. (Winter, 2006) Re-Inhabiting the body: Authentic Movement as a pathway to transformation. Caduceus: Healing for People, Community and Planet, Issue 70, 11-15. http://www.caduceus.info

Stromsted, T. (2005). Cellular resonance and the sacred feminine: Marion Woodman’s story. In N. Cater (Ed.), Spring: A Journal of Archetype & Culture, Body & Soul: Honoring Marion Woodman (72), 1-30.

Stromsted, T. (2004). Dreamdancing: Re-Inhabiting your body through Authentic Movement. In L. Cowan (Ed.), Edges of Experience: Memory and Emergence, Proceedings of the 16th International IAAP Congress for Analytical Psychology. Barcelona, Spain. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, CD.

Stromsted, T. (2004, Spring). ‘Descent’ as a pathway to individuation. Rowe Conference Center Newsletter. Rowe, Massachusetts.

Stromsted, T. (2002-03). Authentic movement as mystical practice: Janet Alder’s story. Somatics: Journal of the Bodily Arts & Sciences, XIV(1), 4-13

Stromsted, T. (2002, Spring/Summer). Dancing body, earth body: Andrea Olsen’s story. Somatics: Journal of the Bodily Arts & Sciences XIII(4), 10-21.

Stromsted, T. & Haze, N. (Summer/Fall 2002). Moving Psyche & Soma: Theoretical Foundations of the Authentic Movement Institute, Contact Quarterly, 27(2), 55-57.

Stromsted, T. (2001-2, Fall/Winter). Dancing literature: Authentic Movement and re-inhabiting the female body. Somatics: Journal of the Bodily Arts & Sciences XIII (2), 20-39.

Stromsted, T. (2001, January). Re-inhabiting the female body: Authentic Movement as a gateway to transformation. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 28(1), 39-55.

Stromsted, T. (2000-1, Fall/Winter). Cellular resonance and the sacred feminine: Marion Woodman’s story. Somatics: Journal of the Bodily Arts & Sciences XIII(1), 4-11 & 51-54.

Stromsted, T. (Spring, 1998). Re-Inhabiting the female body. A Moving Journal, vol.5(1), 3-7, 10-11.

Stromsted, T. (1998). The dance and the body in psychotherapy: Reflections and clinical examples. In D. H. Johnson & I. J. Grand (Eds.), The Body in Psychotherapy. Berkeley & SF: North Atlantic Press & California Institute of Integral Studies, 147-169.

Stromsted, T. (Autumn/Winter ’94-’95). Re-Inhabiting the female body. Somatics: Journal of the Bodily Arts & Sciences X (1), 18-27.

Stromsted, T., Haze, N., Adler, J., & Chodorow, J. (1994). Excerpts from panel presentation, Authentic Movement Institute opens. A Moving Journal, 1(3), 3-7.

Stromsted, T. & Haze, N. (1994). An interview with Janet Adler. American Journal of Dance Therapy, 16(2): Fall/Winter ’94, pp. 81-90.

Stromsted, T. (1992). Body Poetry: Listening for the Child’s Voice. In Proceedings of the JFKU Movement Symposium, Orinda, California.

Stromsted, T. (1991). Bright Dreams in a Dark Bowl: Bringing Out the Light in the Body. In Shadow & Light: Moving Toward Wholeness. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association (pp. 42-44). San Francisco, California.

Stromsted, T. (1989). Dreamdancing as a Healing Art. In Moving into a New Decade: Dance/Movement Therapy in the ’90’s. Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference/2nd. International Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association (pp. 77-78). Toronto, Canada.