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Being moved: Kinaesthetic reciprocities in psychotherapeutic interaction and the development of enactive intersubjectivity. / Payne, Helen; Samaritter, Rosemarie.

European Psychotherapy 2016/2017: Embodiment in Psychotherapy. ed. / Gernot Hauke. 2016. p. 50-66 (European Psychotherapy).

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Harvard

Payne, H & Samaritter, R 2016, Being moved: Kinaesthetic reciprocities in psychotherapeutic interaction and the development of enactive intersubjectivity. in G Hauke (ed.), European Psychotherapy 2016/2017: Embodiment in Psychotherapy. European Psychotherapy, pp. 50-66.

APA

Payne, H., & Samaritter, R. (2016). Being moved: Kinaesthetic reciprocities in psychotherapeutic interaction and the development of enactive intersubjectivity. In G. Hauke (Ed.), European Psychotherapy 2016/2017: Embodiment in Psychotherapy (pp. 50-66). (European Psychotherapy).

Vancouver

Payne H, Samaritter R. Being moved: Kinaesthetic reciprocities in psychotherapeutic interaction and the development of enactive intersubjectivity. In Hauke G, editor, European Psychotherapy 2016/2017: Embodiment in Psychotherapy. 2016. p. 50-66. (European Psychotherapy).

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Payne, Helen ; Samaritter, Rosemarie. / Being moved: Kinaesthetic reciprocities in psychotherapeutic interaction and the development of enactive intersubjectivity. European Psychotherapy 2016/2017: Embodiment in Psychotherapy. editor / Gernot Hauke. 2016. pp. 50-66 (European Psychotherapy).

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