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Latinas Abstract Exercise has been identified as an effective intervention to increase well being, and to decrease depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses and disorders (Hayes, 1999). This paper is designed to identify exercise as an important intervention which is conceptually congruent from a feminist psychodynamic perspective. Although this author works from an eclectic approach, and believes it is helpful to conceptualize from a variety of perspectives for various disorders, and for various individuals, the focus of this paper will be to consider the use of exercise from a feminist perspective as applied to psychodynamic psychotherapy. Case examples will be provided, especially ones which reflect work with Latina clients. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Women & Therapy Taylor & Francis

Latinas

Women & Therapy , Volume 25 (2): 16 – Jul 17, 2002

Latinas

Women & Therapy , Volume 25 (2): 16 – Jul 17, 2002

Abstract

Abstract Exercise has been identified as an effective intervention to increase well being, and to decrease depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses and disorders (Hayes, 1999). This paper is designed to identify exercise as an important intervention which is conceptually congruent from a feminist psychodynamic perspective. Although this author works from an eclectic approach, and believes it is helpful to conceptualize from a variety of perspectives for various disorders, and for various individuals, the focus of this paper will be to consider the use of exercise from a feminist perspective as applied to psychodynamic psychotherapy. Case examples will be provided, especially ones which reflect work with Latina clients.

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Taylor & Francis
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ISSN
1541-0315
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0270-3149
DOI
10.1300/J015v25n02_03
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Abstract

Abstract Exercise has been identified as an effective intervention to increase well being, and to decrease depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses and disorders (Hayes, 1999). This paper is designed to identify exercise as an important intervention which is conceptually congruent from a feminist psychodynamic perspective. Although this author works from an eclectic approach, and believes it is helpful to conceptualize from a variety of perspectives for various disorders, and for various individuals, the focus of this paper will be to consider the use of exercise from a feminist perspective as applied to psychodynamic psychotherapy. Case examples will be provided, especially ones which reflect work with Latina clients.

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Women & TherapyTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 17, 2002

Keywords: Latinas; psychodynamic therapy; empowerment; exercise

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