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Coming This September!
DMT In Healthcare: Prevention, Treatment and Aftercare is a theory and practice course covering the role of dance/movement therapy in the prevention and treatment of illness, and in the maintenance of health and well being. This course focuses on dance/movement therapy contributions to health and well being in response to the somatic, emotional and cognitive consequences of stress and trauma.
Dance/movement therapy in a medical context and as an adjunctive treatment for illness will be addressed as will the role of dance/movement therapy in coming to terms with treatment outcomes, creating new choices, and finding new meaning. Self regulation, self expression, and self in relationship are all considered as fundamental to health and well being. The specific attention throughout to body awareness, creativity, and attunement, will amplify aspects of dance/movement therapy theory and practice, as well as provide a foundation for a somatically oriented psychotherapy practice.
This is one of our most popular classes and is taught by CMER faculty member Shira Musicant. The course runs for 3 days, from Friday, Sept. 12th thru Sunday, Sept. 14th and takes place at the Strawberry Creek Design Studio in Berkely, California. The course satisfies 25 hours of DMT Theory & Practice training and also meets the qualifications for 25 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs in California.
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Enroll in One Of Our Special Introductory One-Day Workshops
Learn about Dance/Movement Therapy as a creative arts therapy modality, including the history of the DMT field along with the major tenets of mind/body integration, nonverbal communication and emotional expressive movement. The process of finding personal meaning in thoughtful embodied experience will be explored through movement experientials and lecture presentations, which will also provide an overview of the DMT profession.
Our special one-day workshops are intended for individuals who would like an introduction to the basic concepts of dance/movement therapy. Students, dancers, therapists, and those interested in the transformative elements of creative movement experience are welcome. No prior movement experience is necessary.
Both these workshops also meet the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #38888). Be sure to reserve your spot now!