CMER Students Acquire Their R-DMT Alternate Route Training Credentials
The Center for Movement Education and Research is proud to announce the five students who have completed our CMER Alternate Route Training program and have been accepted as Registered Dance/Movement Therapists with the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA). Congratulations to the following students:
Danielle Lottridges R-DMT
Karin Pleasant R-DMT
Charline De Carli Tocchi R-DMT
Leah Weiss R-DMT
MiSuk Kwak R-DMT
(CMER-Seoul Korea program)
Curious About What Professional Dance/Movement Therapists Do?
Watch the highlights from the first series of ADTA Talks filmed in New York City. Speakers share their unique clinical expertise as board certified dance/movement therapists on a wide range of topics including Autism, Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Trauma, Bullying, Pediatric Oncology, Palliative Care, Parenting and more. Click here to watch this informative video
Dance/Movement Therapy With Children Coming To CMER This August!
Staring August 6th, CMER will conduct a special course called DMT For Children/Adolescents. This course will review dance/movement therapy theories specific to clinical populations of children & adolescents as well as to typically developing children. Students will apply dance/movement therapy interventions through experiential participation.
Dance/movement therapy approaches with individuals and groups will be presented as they pertain to early intervention with young children through adolescence. The class will review short and long term objectives for application in different clinical settings with children and adolescents.
This 30-hour DMT Theory and Practice Course is an ADTA approved Advanced Course taking place over 2 weekends on Aug. 6th - 7th and Aug. 13th - 14th in Berkeley, CA. and is taught by CMER Faculty Member Linda Aaron-Cort, MA BC-DMT. This course is open to any students with prior Dance/Movement Therapy course work.