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  • 25 Sep 2014 12:47 AM
    Reply # 3108875 on 1105520

    This looks like a wonderful event! I hope it is a success and that you have a great time. Perhaps you could even fit in some time to dance together in honor of Penny.

  • 25 Sep 2014 8:25 AM
    Reply # 3108976 on 1105520
    Gloria J. Farrow (Administrator)

     

     

    AASCB Conference Update

    The 2015 AASCB Conference is scheduled January 7-9, 2015 in Savannah, GA.  The deadline for Program Proposals is next Tuesday, September 30.  If you are interested in presenting, the Executive Committee is specifically interested in the following topics:

     

    • Panel of older licensure states and the history of their license process (email info@aascb.org if you are interested in being on a panel)
    • Session on dealing with legislators
    • Session on the tension between state boards and state counseling organizations (panel format?)
    • Session on Life Coaches
    • Session on the regulation of continuing education for counselors
    • Session on Supervisors
    • Session on impaired counselors seeking licensure
    • Session on how to handle applicants with felonies
    • Session on subjectivity and the licensing process
    • Session on portability that presents strategies and possible techniques
    • Session on dealing with information-what is public, what is private?

    Click below for submission requirements:

     

    Call for Proposals - 2015 Conference 

     

    Conference registration is open!  Register by November 30, 2014 for the best discounted rates.

     

    Register Now

  • 29 Sep 2014 12:19 PM
    Reply # 3111591 on 1105520
    Gloria J. Farrow (Administrator)

    The 24th Annual Renfrew Foundation Conference for Professionals REGISTER NOW

    Feminist Relational Perspectives and Beyond:

    The “Practice” of Practice

    NOVEMBER 14 - 16, 2014

    Philadelphia Airport Marriott

     

    Keynote Presentations: Wonder Women: Sex, Power, and the Quest for Perfection

    Debora Spar, PhD

     

    Why Therapy Works

    Louis Cozolino, PhD

    Clinical Dilemmas and Decision Points

    Judith Ruskay Rabinor, PhD

    Laura Hill, PhD, FAED

    Sarah Ravin, PhD

    Michael Strober, PhD

     

    Therapists and Recovery: Looking In, Working With, Coming Out

    Beth Hartman McGilley, PhD, FAED, CEDS

    Carmen Cool, MA, LPC

    Suzanne Dooley-Hash, MD

    Jillian Lampert, PhD, FAED, MHP, RD, LD

    Mark Warren, MD, MPH, FAED

     

    Featured Workshop:

    Embracing the Body: Movement Strategies for Treating Binge Eating Disorder Using Health at Every Size Tenets

    Keli Laverty, LPC, R-DMT & Jennifer Finger, MSW, LCSW

    Movement is a basic need for everyone, no matter what their size, yet Binge Eating Disorder clients commonly restrict movement and avoid body engagement. This presentation explores Dance Movement Therapy using HAES tenets as an effective treatment for BED through body positive experiences, interoceptive body awareness and embodied interconnectedness.

     

    For more information or to register please visit www.renfrewconference.com or contact Debbie Lucker at 1-877-367-3383 or dlucker@renfrewcenter.com.

  • 30 Sep 2014 7:55 AM
    Reply # 3112152 on 1105520

    TANGIBLE, EMBEDDED AND EMBODIED INTERACTION (TEI)

    2015 January 16-19, 2015

    Palo Alto, California


    Call for Papers. hope some dmts will present at this conference.

  • 30 Sep 2014 1:18 PM
    Reply # 3112376 on 1105520
    Gloria J. Farrow wrote:Please list any workshops, seminars, or pertinent information.

    Portland Creative Arts Therapies Association (CATA)
    announces their fall conference

    "Beyond Survival:  Thriving as a Creative Arts Therapist"
    Saturday, November 15, 2014
    9:30 - 5:00
    Tabor Space
    5441 S.E. Belmont Street
    Portland, OR

    Panel discussion and experiential workshops to explore:
    Professional identify development
    Business development
    Diverse Continuum of Community Practice
    Self-Care
    Student Issues and Professional Passages

    For more information visit:  www.catapdx.org
    (CEU's offered)
  • 02 Oct 2014 6:05 PM
    Reply # 3114854 on 1105520

    Center for Movement Education & Research


    Laban Movement Analysis for Dance/Movement Therapists

    October 17-19th in Sebastopol, California

    Master teacher Peggy Hackney


    This experiential and didactic course will introduce the updated principles of Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) with a focus on how to apply this material to the clinical dance/movement therapy practice. LMA is a comprehensive system for analyzing the complexity of human movement based on the theories of Rudolf Laban and Irmgard Bartenieff. The class will be structured from a body knowledge approach utilizing physical performance and observation methods. Class content will bring into question how we perceive and make meaning of human movement from a variety of contexts. Participants must be willing to learn through movement experiences, engage in structured observations and class discussions. Please dress in attire appropriate for movement.


    Dates/Times: Oct. 17 Friday 12:00-6:00pm   

    Oct. 18-19 Sat/Sunday 9:00-5:30pm


    Location: Sebastopol, CA


    Fee: $500  (20 hrs)

    DISCOUNT for R-DMT and BC-DMT's $350


    CONTACT: judy@cmer.info or call to enroll 310-600-0664

    website:www.cmer.info

  • 02 Oct 2014 6:24 PM
    Reply # 3114868 on 1105520

     Center for Movement Education & Research


    Laban Movement Analysis for 

    Dance/Movement Therapists

    October 17-19th in Sebastopol, California

    Master teacher Peggy Hackney


    This experiential and didactic course will introduce the updated principles of Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) with a focus on how to apply this material to the clinical dance/movement therapy practice. LMA is a comprehensive system for analyzing the complexity of human movement based on the theories of Rudolf Laban and Irmgard Bartenieff. The class will be structured from a body knowledge approach utilizing physical performance and observation methods. Class content will bring into question how we perceive and make meaning of human movement from a variety of contexts. Participants must be willing to learn through movement experiences, engage in structured observations and class discussions. Please dress in attire appropriate for movement.


    Dates/Times: Oct. 17 Friday 12:00-6:00pm   

    Oct. 18-19 Sat/Sunday 9:00-5:30pm


    Location: Sebastopol, CA


    Fee: $500  (20 hrs)

    DISCOUNT for R-DMT and BC-DMT's $350


     Contact: Judy@cmer.info or call 310-600-0664

     

  • 02 Oct 2014 11:28 PM
    Reply # 3114981 on 1105520

    Center for Movement Education & Research


    How can approaches in Dance/Movement Therapy be used with individuals and groups for early intervention with young children through adolescence?

     

    Dance/Movement Therapy with Children and Adolescents will review DMT theories specific to clinical populations of children and adolescents as well as to typically developing children. Students will apply dance/movement therapy interventions through experiential participation and learn approaches to use with individuals and groups. The class will teach about early intervention with young children through adolescence and short and long term objectives for application in different clinical settings with children and adolescents. Students will develop an understanding of typical childhood development as well as childhood/adolescent disorders that inhibit growth and wellness and learn how to design and facilitate a dance/movement group that is developmentally sound.   

     

    Course Instructor: Linda Aaron-Cort, MA BC-DMT 

    Course Contact Hours: 30 Hours

    Course Fee:  $850

    $550 for MFTs, and LCSWs attending the class for CEUs

    A reduced fee of $450 will be offered to R-DMTs,  BC-DMTS


    Date & Time:

    Nov. 15-16th & Dec. 6-7th

    9:00 am - 5:30 pm

    30 credit hours

    Course Fees:

    $850 (reg students)

    $550 (CE students)

    $450 (R-DMTs and BC-DMTs)


    Contact: Judy  judy@cmer.info or 

    call 310-600-0664


    WEBSITE: www.cmer.info

    Location:

    Strawberry Creek Design Studio

    Berkeley, California 

  • 05 Oct 2014 7:48 PM
    Reply # 3116879 on 1105520

    92 Y HARKNESS DANCE CENTER

    Presents a workshop:

    Shared Creativity
Special Guest Faculty:
    Fran Levy, EdD, LCSW, BC-DMT

    Sat-Sun, Nov 1-2, 2014 1:30-6:30 pm, 2 sessions $185 until Oct 24/ $200 after

    We will explore the creative and expressive use of the arts for healing and self-actualization. You do not have to have experience in the arts to enjoy and learn. Focus will be on both personal expression and learning creative therapeutic methods. This work is designed for individuals who want to become more comfortable with their own creative potential and that of others.  We will explore the unique expressive properties of different modalities including art, dance, drama, music and writing. Each modality builds on the other and the shared creative experience paves the way for self-knowledge, empathy and insight. Clinical discussion will shed light on when and how to use the arts in treatment, and cases will be presented.


    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy or by cutting and pasting this link into your browser: http://www.92y.org/Class/Shared-Creativity.aspx
    or Call 212.415.5500
    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person

    1395 Lexington Ave. ( and 92nd street), NY, NY 10128

  • 06 Oct 2014 6:43 PM
    Reply # 3117634 on 1105520

    Center for Movement Education & Research


    Dance/Movement Therapy Alternate Route Training in California


    Learn how approaches in Dance/Movement Therapy can be used with individuals and groups for early intervention with young children through adolescence

    Dance/Movement Therapy with Children and Adolescents will review DMT theories specific to clinical populations of children and adolescents as well as to typically developing children. Students will explore  dance/movement therapy interventions through experiential participation and learn approaches to use with individuals and groups. The class will teach about early intervention with young children through adolescence and short and long term objectives for application in different clinical settings with children and adolescents. Students will develop an understanding of typical childhood development as well as childhood/adolescent disorders that inhibit growth and wellness and learn how to design and facilitate a dance/movement group that is developmentally sound.

    Course Instructor: Linda Aaron-Cort, MA BC-DMT
    Course Contact Hours: 30 Hours


    Location:
    Strawberry Creek Design Studio
    Berkeley, California

    Date & Time:
    Nov. 15-16th & Dec. 6-7th
    9:00 am - 5:30 pm
    30 credit hours

    Course Fees: (Enroll By October 15th)
    $850 (reg students) 
    $550 (CE students)
    $450 (R-DMTs and BC-DMTs)

    Contact: Judy judy@cmer.info or
    call 310-600-0664

    WEBSITE: www.cmer.info



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