Participants will learn through experience how creative dance and expressive dance education can become an integral part of the DMT session. Participants will also hone their language skills for guiding clients’ dance improvisations and deepening clients’ dance/movement therapy experience.
Through dance journeys, participants will learn the healing potential of depth theme-based improvisation. Investigating contemporary developments in the application of the Evan method, participants will strengthen their leadership skills and gain new tools for current or future therapy applications.
This 30-hour (2 credit) Theory and Practice Course is an ADTA approved Advanced Course taking place over 4 days from Jan. 28 - 31. It is taught by CMER DMT Director of Education Bonnie Bernstein, MFT, BC-DMT, REAT and admission in this course is based on approval by the instructor. CMER Alternate Route students working toward their R-DMT Credential must have participated in at least two previous CMER courses. CE credit is available for practicing Dance/Movement Therapists. Admission of other mental health or dance professionals will be approved on an individual basis.