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Begin Dance/Movement Therapy Alternate Route Training in 2015

A new series of professional training courses in the fast growing field of Dance/Movement Therapy begins in 2015. These 3 courses (DMT Theory I, II, and III) are a great way to jump start your training in the DMT profession! Completion of these 3 core courses provides you with 135 credit hours towards accreditation in DMT Theory and Practice required by the ADTA.  The first course in the series, DMT Theory I begins Jan. 23rd and takes place on the campus of JFK University in San Jose, California.

Don't wait - send in your deposit and reserve your spot today! Click here for complete information on how to register.


CMER Founder Wins Top Prize in Motus Humanus Essay Writing Contest

While Rudolf Laban developed rich framework for observing, analyzing, and recording human movement, he also advocated learning about moving by moving. In “Cultivating Body Knowledge,” CMER founder Judy Gantz describes the four stage pedagogical scheme she has created to help students deepen their understanding of movement. Her approach combines somatic learning about movement “from the inside” with objective and reflective approaches informed by Laban Movement Analysis. Her educational goal is to foster a corporeal way of knowing self and other, one that yields greater empathy and tolerance.

We are proud to announce this article won first place in a special series of prize-winning essays on the theme
"My Creative Application of Laban Theory" sponsored by Motus Humanus. The essay can be downloaded here.