This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in this book. The book discusses the lived dance movement psychotherapy (DMP) experience and presents practice-based evidence to demonstrate how movement and embodiment nurture animated encounters in DMP with people with learning disabilities. The positive and negative aspects of bodies moving together closely, of repeated physical proximity and of intimacy are often themes integral to the DMP process with children and adults in the client group. Some possibilities continue to raise DMPs curiosity working with adults with mild, moderate, profound and complex learning disabilities, and in the wider context. Someone with a mild learning disability may be able to express themselves verbally and find a 'fit' with what their local community has to offer. At the other end of the learning disabilities spectrum are individuals with a myriad of medical diagnoses which make life complex. The book describes some of the fundamental principles of psychotherapy.