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I’m studying for my Writing class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?This module covers the work of one of the founders of the profession of dance/movement therapy, Marian Chace. You will read about her life, work, and methodology. In class we will move and explore Chace’s principles, especially “kinesthetic empathy.” You will set a dance therapy goal for yourself. There is also a reading by one of Chace’s students, Claire Schmais, “Healing Processes in Group Dance Therapy.” Read the chapter, “The Chace Approach to Dance Therapy” from your textbook, Foundations of Dance Movement Therapy: The Life and Work of Marian Chace. The Chace Approach to Dance Therapy.pdf1. question1: Use what you have read about Chace’s four categories in her methodology, body action, symbolism, therapeutic relationship, and rhythmic group activity. How does what we did in dance and movement in class correlate with these categories? Explain.2.question2: Look over the goals on this list from your reading of Chace’s approach to dance therapy. Choose only 1 personal goal for yourself from any of these categories. Write why you chose it and how you might work on this goal. Marion Chace Goals.doc Requirements: 300words

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