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  • 28 Aug 2014 2:30 PM
    Reply # 3088344 on 1105520

    Kestenberg Movement Profile Trainings/Fall 2014

    Instructor: Suzanne Hastie, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, LPC, KMP Analyst


    Courses:

    (these courses have been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential. And, for practicing dance/movement therapists or childcare providers in Pennsylvania, 30 CE’s per course are available)

     

    Constructing Kestenberg Movement Profiles I: Tension Flow Rhythms, Bipolar Shape Flow & Unipolar Shape Flow (2 credits/30 hours)

    September 8-11, 2014 

    Fee: $825

    In this 30 hour course, students and clinicians will focus in-depth on tension flow rhythms (developmental issues & personality), bipolar shape flow (comfort with self/environment), and unipolar shape flow (attraction/repulsion to stimuli in the environment and in relationships). Movement observation, tension flow writing, labeling, notation and diagram construction will be taught and practiced. Clinical understanding of these patterns will be deepened and further applications to clinical work will be explored. Construction of the TFR, BS, and US diagrams of the profile as well as analysis of the findings will be required (for alternate route students and those pursuing KMP certification).


    Constructing Kestenberg Movement Profiles II:  Tension Flow Attributes, Pre-efforts, Efforts, Shaping in Directions, and Shaping in Planes (2 credits/30 hours)

    September 29-October 2, 2014 

    Fee: $825

    In this 30 hour course, students and clinicians will focus on tension flow attributes (affect), pre-efforts (defenses and learning style), efforts (coping style and ego strength), shaping in directions (structure for defenses, boundaries, and learning), and shaping in planes (structure for complex relationships). Movement observation, labeling, notation, and diagram construction will be taught and practiced. Clinical understanding of these patterns will be deepened and further applications to clinical work will be explored. Construction of the TFA, PE, E, SD, and SP diagrams of the profile as well as an analysis of the findings will be required (for alternate route students and those pursuing KMP certification).


    Location for KMP Workshop & Courses: Twin Ponds Integrative Health Center, West Lehigh Valley, PA. For map, directions, & accommodations, go to www.twinpondscenter.com.  Twin Ponds is only 75 minutes  from Philadelphia and 2 hours from New York City. *Lower cost housing is available at Twin Ponds (contact Carolyn Reese at 610-395-3355 to arrange).


    KMP Certification

    Completion of 90 hours of coursework, a completed profile and written analysis/interpretation are first steps in pursuing certification for teaching or research purposes. For specific information, go to www.kestenbergmovementprofile.org.

     

    To register for courses, contact Suzanne Hastie at suzannehastie@aol.com or (610) 417-0831.

     

     

    Suzanne Hastie, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, LPC, KMP Analyst, graduate of Antioch/New England Graduate School, studied the KMP with Penny Lewis & Susan Loman, and interned with Dr. Judith Kestenberg in the late 1980’s. She teaches the KMP with Janet Kestenberg Amighi at Drexel University as well as independently since 2000 and has recently started teaching the KMP online. Suzanne is the creator of the KMP Color Wheel poster, a concise, visual representation of the KMP.  She has been integrating the KMP into her work and life for 25 years.

     

  • 28 Aug 2014 4:18 PM
    Reply # 3088424 on 1105520

    Antioch University New England's DMT and Counseling Program and the New England Chapter of the ADTA are co-hosting an evening to honor Antioch's DMT Program founder, Penny Lewis. The Penny Lewis film night will be held at Antioch on Sept. 27th, Saturday between 6-9 pm. There will be a reception in the community room at Antioch followed by the new film by Judith Rubin,  "To Move is to Be Alive:  Penny Lewis Dance Therapy Pioneer." http://www.expressivemedia.org/f14.html Here is additional information about the film:

    This film is primarily about the professional life and contributions of Penny Parker Lewis, an early dance therapy author and pioneer.  One of the highlights is a series of excerpts from "To Move is to Be Alive," created and narrated by her in 1973.  This film also contains previously unseen footage from an individual movement therapy session, along with Dr. Lewis' comments on the interaction between herself and the young woman.  In addition, there are clips from her last workshop at a conference of the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association.  Reflections by those with whom Dr. Lewis worked (Susan Loman, Lore Caldwell, Mark Sossin, David Read Johnson, Jenny Baxley Lee, Eleanor Irwin and Judith Rubin) further clarify her contributions to dance/movement therapy, as well as to the field of drama therapy.  Penny Lewis coped with her fatal illness and untimely death in a creative fashion, one in which her devotion to educating others played a significant role.  The film ends with this final courageous chapter in a highly productive life.  Penny Lewis was the founder of Antioch University New England's Dance/Movement Therapy Program in 1976 and she taught dance/movement therapy courses for many years at Lesley University.

    This event will be held at Antioch in the Community Room at 40 Avon St., Keene, NH.

  • 29 Aug 2014 10:13 PM
    Reply # 3089250 on 1105520

    LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS (LMA)
    92 Y, NYC

    Nancy Allison, BFA, CMA

    This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts, vocabulary and techniques of movement analysis developed by Rudolph Laban and his disciples.

    Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a way of experiencing, observing, and describing movement that includes analyzing the movement’s component parts and synthesizing those parts into a contextually meaningful event. By interweaving subjective and objective modes of perception to arrive at its working vocabulary LMA allows one to discover significant connections between the outer form of movement and the inner intention of the mover. These connections provide insights into personal movement style, and increase awareness of what and how movement communicates. This course is approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route requirements for the R-DMT. It satisfies LMA Intro Requirements for LIMs certification.



    Fri, Sept 12 - Jan 16, 1-4 pm, 15 Sessions, 45 hours
    $825 until Sept 5 / $850 after.

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy
    Or Copy and Paste this link into your browser; http://www.92y.org/Class/Laban-Movement-Analysis-LMA.aspx
    or Call 212.415.5500
    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person
    1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, New York, NY 10128

  • 05 Sep 2014 8:05 AM
    Reply # 3093343 on 1105520

    LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS (LMA)
    92 Y, NYC


    Nancy Allison, BFA, CMA
    This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts, vocabulary and techniques of movement analysis developed by Rudolph Laban and his disciples.

    Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a way of experiencing, observing, and describing movement that includes analyzing the movement’s component parts and synthesizing those parts into a contextually meaningful event. By interweaving subjective and objective modes of perception to arrive at its working vocabulary LMA allows one to discover significant connections between the outer form of movement and the inner intention of the mover. These connections provide insights into personal movement style, and increase awareness of what and how movement communicates. This course is approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route requirements for the R-DMT. It satisfies LMA Intro Requirements for LIMs certification.



    Fri, Sept 12 - Jan 16, 1-4 pm, 15 Sessions, 45 hours
    $825 until Sept 5 / $850 after.

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy
    Or Copy and Paste this link into your browser; http://www.92y.org/Class/Laban-Movement-Analysis-LMA.aspx
    or Call 212.415.5500
    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person
    1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, New York, NY 10128

  • 05 Sep 2014 7:39 PM
    Reply # 3093748 on 1105520
    Lora Wilson Mau (Administrator)

    Future GRANT opportunities -



    This organization is not accepting applications for grants for 2015 but you may want to learn about them and keep them in mind for 2016.


    "BFI develops independent programs and offers funding to existing non-profit, 501(c)3 organizations around the world that are in line with our Core Values Curriculum. Our curriculum involves the use of vocational, educational, arts and cultural enrichment programs as a means to teach human values. Our hope is that participants will feel compelled to share these values with the world....

    • International and domestic community arts & educational programs that serve underserved and underprivileged children aged 5-17 to develop useful skills, as well as important values such as kindness and empathy through arts and educational enrichment programs.
    • A wide variety of public art programs. This will include workshops and small exhibitions, reading and discussion series, and lecture/ programs."


    http://www.brightfutureinternational.org/grant_seekers/

  • 12 Sep 2014 10:36 PM
    Reply # 3098535 on 1105520

    LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS (LMA)
    92 Y, NYC

    Nancy Allison, BFA, CMA

    This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts, vocabulary and techniques of movement analysis developed by Rudolph Laban and his disciples.

    Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a way of experiencing, observing, and describing movement that includes analyzing the movement’s component parts and synthesizing those parts into a contextually meaningful event. By interweaving subjective and objective modes of perception to arrive at its working vocabulary LMA allows one to discover significant connections between the outer form of movement and the inner intention of the mover. These connections provide insights into personal movement style, and increase awareness of what and how movement communicates. This course is approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route requirements for the R-DMT. It satisfies LMA Intro Requirements for LIMs certification.



    Fri, Sept 12 - Jan 16, 1-4 pm, 15 Sessions, 45 hours
    $850

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy
    Or Copy and Paste this link into your browser; http://www.92y.org/Class/Laban-Movement-Analysis-LMA.aspx
    or Call 212.415.5500
    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person
    1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, New York, NY 10128

  • 17 Sep 2014 9:04 AM
    Reply # 3101403 on 1105520

    Maryland Expressive Arts Therapies Conference

    February 28, 2015 at Springfield Hospital in Sykesville, MD


    Call for Proposals is NOW OPEN!

    Accepting proposals through October 26th.


    The conference goals are to learn from one another, to strengthen and build alliances, and to promote self-restoration for the expressive arts therapist. We are looking for proposals that address these three main objectives and that are experiential in nature. We are especially interested in receiving proposals with inter-modality collaboration!


    New this year: We will be accepting proposals for opening and closing ceremonies. We ask that these be co-presented; if you have an idea but no co-presenter, we will try to find you a co-presenter.


    Please follow the link below and read the instructions prior to submission: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_mO6quj3cOUcgU6o7X4t7GXlV96mruR-mjfUCO_Isbk/viewform?usp=send_form


    We look forward to receiving your creative proposals!

  • 20 Sep 2014 5:44 PM
    Reply # 3103736 on 1105520

    The Center for Movement Education and Research


     Laban Movement Analysis

    Movement Observation for DMT's

    with Master teacher Peggy Hackney in California 20 hrs


    This course is movement based, integrating how to observe, describe and recognize intuitive and analytic methods of movement understanding. It is taught with a creative process approach, using body knowledge as a resource and movement as the medium. Learn how movement observation concepts broadening and deepening your DMT clinical skills. Identify your movement style and understand movement qualities for clinical application in Dance/Movement Therapy. Master teacher Peggy Hackney will have you moving deep into your somatic world and expansively out in space.


    When:  Oct: 17-19th 2014

    Where: Sebastopol, California

    Course Fee:  $500

    A reduced fee of $400 will be offered to R-DMTs, BC-DMTS

    Course Contact Hours:  20 Hours


    For Information Contact:
    Judy Gantz-CMER Director judy@cmer.info
    (310) 600-0664
    www.cmer.info

  • 20 Sep 2014 5:59 PM
    Reply # 3103745 on 1105520

    The Center for Movement Education and Research


    DMT Alternate Route Training 

    in California

    Two more courses offered in 2014


    Movement Observation--LMA for DMT's October 17-19 (20 hrs)


    DMT for Children and Adolescents Nov.15-16 & Dec 6-7 (30 hrs)


    For Information Contact:
    Judy Gantz-CMER Director judy@cmer.info
    (310) 600-0664
    Visit our website for more course details: www.cmer.info

  • 23 Sep 2014 9:39 AM
    Reply # 3106392 on 1105520

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS

    Health Humanities: The Next Decade (Pedagogies, Practices, Politics)

    30 April – 2 May 2014

    The Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will host the 4th International Health Humanities Conference. This cross-disciplinary and inter-professional conference will bring together scholars, educators, clinicians, health advocates, students, patients and caregivers in an effort to identify the core issues and guiding values as well as define the expanding scope of the Health Humanities for the next decade.  The following question will guide our efforts throughout this conference:

    What are the implications, responsibilities, and expectations of identifying as Health Humanities scholars, educators, practitioners, and advocates?

    Keynote speakers and respondents include:

    ·         Sander Gilman, Emory University

    ·         Alan Bleakley, Falmouth University UK

    ·         Kirsten Ostherr, Rice University

    ·         David Serlin, University of California San Diego

    ·         Arno Kumagai, University of Michigan

    ·         Les Friedman, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

    We invite responses to and further articulations of our focalizing question in various formats:  formal papers (15 minutes long), posters, flash presentations (5-minute presentations in which a presenter describes an area of research and provides the audience with a bibliography), and visual materials.  We encourage submissions from related disciplines includingundefinedbut not restricted toundefinednarrative medicine, literature and medicine, age studies, disability studies, deaf studies, gender studies, fat studies, queer theory, ethnicity and race studies, feminist science studies, cultural and media studies, popular culture, and queer, disability, and feminist bioethics.

    Topics might include:

    • social advocacy and political activism
    • traditional and emergent constituencies
    • accessibility in the clinic and in the classroom
    • inclusiveness and affinities
    • the relationship between practice and theory
    • the longing for or resistance to disciplinary purity
    • how to build and sustain the health humanities as an interdisciplinary and inter-professional discipline
    • the arts in care, research, education, and community engagement/activism
    • the next/new frontier of undergraduate education

    Send abstracts (250 words for individual papers and posters; 500 words for panels and art work) to ihh42014@gmail.com
    by November 30, 2014, using the proposal submission format.  For information, contact Tess Jones, PhD therese.jones@ucdenver.edu and 303.724.3995. 

    The 4th International Health Humanities Conference is co-sponsored by the following:

    • ·         Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
    • ·         John P. McGovern, MD Center for Humanities and Ethics, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
    • ·         Program in Medical Humanities at the Center for Ethics, Humanities and Spiritual Care, Cleveland Clinic and Cleveland Lerner College of Medicine
    • ·         Case Western Reserve University Medical Humanities Consortium

    This conference is committed to accessibility and inclusivity.  Presentation spaces and bathrooms are wheelchair accessible.  American Sign Language interpreters will be provided upon request.  Conference organizers have selected accessible lodging at an off-site hotel, and shuttle transportation that accommodates wheelchair/special transport to and from Denver International Airport as well as to and from the hotel to campus is provided to all attendees at no additional charge.  

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