Experiential movement psychotherapy is on the rise. For instance, in the United States, it’s increasingly common to apply this bodily resource, combined with traditional psychological approaches. It facilitates, among other achievements, emotional, physical, and also cognitive expression. Indeed, patients benefit greatly from this interesting therapy. Experiential movement psychotherapy isn’t a unique and exclusive therapy. In fact, it’s more of a complementary tool. In effect, it’s a form of non-verbal communication that allows suffering to be channeled in a more accurate way. Interestingly, it’s been proven to be a useful resource for treating schizophrenia. Read on to find out more….