New! ADTA Continuing Education Webinar Program
The Ethical Use of Digital Technology in DMT
Presenter: Paul Sevett,
MA, BC-DMT, LICSW
The benefits of dance/movement therapy as a psychotherapeutic intervention are well-established. The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), founded in 1966, is a professional organization dedicated to the profession of dance/movement therapy. Dance/movement therapy (DMT) uses movement to "further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual." Through movement, DMT can help individuals with a wide range of psychological disorders achieve greater self-expression.
What is dance / movement therapy?
Autism Awareness Month
In observance of Autism Awareness Month, we are excited to share with
you this sneak preview of the ADTA Talk on dance/movement therapy
and autism. Dr. Christina Devereaux speaks about the unique capacity of dance/movement therapy to meet people with autism in many ways, channeling communication patterns into "dances of relationship."
The first issue of the 2014 ADTA newsletter is posted. Log in to read it now.
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- In memory of...
The American Dance Therapy Association
49th Annual Conference
November 6-9, 2014
The ADTA releases new white paper on Dance/Movement Therapy and Obesity in Children and Adolescents.
Click here to read or download the white paper in full.
ADTA thanks the MARIAN CHACE FOUNDATION for grant funds that contributed to the development of this website!
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