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  • 12 Jan 2014 2:41 PM
    Reply # 1473271 on 1105520

    The Center for Movement Education and Research


    Enroll Now to begin your 

    Dance/Movement Therapy


    Alternate Route Training in California

    January 31 & February 1-2 & Feb. 7-9 2014

    INTRODUCTION TO DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY
    THEORY AND PRACTICE LEVEL 1:
    THEORETICAL ORIGINS, FOUNDATIONS AND PRINCIPLES
    Credit Hours: 45


    Instructor:  Bonnie Bernstein, M.Ed, MFT, BC-DMT

    Through experiential exercises, readings and discussion, participants will be introduced to the rich professional field of dance/movement therapy. Students will examine the foundational tenants defining dance/movement therapy as a creative, expressive, healing and integrating process. Discussions will focus on the history and theoretical origins of dance/movement therapy in Western culture emphasizing the methods of dance/movement therapy pioneers. In addition, from an anthropological perspective, participants will explore therapeutic elements in dances from world cultures. Participants will delve into the world of communicative and expressive movement while being introduced to dance/movement therapy treatment for specific populations including children, higher functioning adults, elders and hospitalized psychiatric patients.

     

    This course is designed for students who wish to pursue alternate route training in dance/movement therapy with the goal of becoming a registered dance/movement therapist,

    R-DMT. “This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential.”


    Location: San Jose State University

    One Washington Sq  RM #106

    San Jose, CA


    Days and Times: Jan. 31, Feb. 1-2 and Feb 7-9th

    2014  9:30-6:00pm


    Additional courses toward that credential can be taken through the Center for Movement Education and Research. Visit our webist efor more details. www.cmer.info


    For Application for enrollment: http://www.movement-education.org/downloads/CMER_AltRoute2014_NoCal.pdf


    For details on the CMER DMT Alternate Route Training go to:

    http://www.movement-education.org/therapy/courses_alternateroute_nocal.html


    or contact Judy Gantz: judy@cmer.info  310-600-0664

  • 12 Jan 2014 3:07 PM
    Reply # 1473291 on 1105520

    CREATIVE ARTS SUPERVISION GROUP

    Somatic Revelations is accepting applications for a new dance/movement therapy-based clinical supervision/consultation group! Limited spaces are available for this CLOSED GROUP!

    Developed for Body-Oriented Creative Arts Psychotherapists and other closely aligned Mental Health Professionals. Practitioners in their first 5 years are especially encouraged to apply. Students in their 2nd or 3rd year may apply with the written recommendation of their Program Director.

    Description: one part supervision, one part supportive group and two parts creative fun - this group will meet weekly (Saturday Mornings) for 12 weeks. Participants will utilize dance, movement, art and other creative forms to explore multiple dimensions of clinical practice. Topics this group may focus on: interaction of the personal and professional roles, clinical intervention strategies for specific populations, ethics and professionalism, self-care and burnout prevention. The Creative Arts, specifically dance and movement will serve as the foundation for the group’s experiences and will integrate DMT theory and approaches.

    This collaborative group will allow each member to identify personal Professional Development goals and will encourage skill development toward goals both in and out of group meetings. Guest co-facilitators will be invited to individual sessions and will provide an in-depth, multi-modal experience.
                                                        

    Time: Saturdays 10:00 – 11:30 AM (beginning in January/February 2014)

    Location: Midtown, Manhattan

    CONTACT:

    Ty Tedmon-Jones, MA, LCAT, LMHC, BC-DMT
    Somatic Revelations
    http://www.somaticrevelations.com

    330 West 38th Street Suite 1201
    New York, New York 10018

    PHONE:917.671.8274            EMAIL: ty@somaticrevelations.com

    Last modified: 12 Jan 2014 3:11 PM | Tyler (Ty) Tedmon-Jones
  • 12 Jan 2014 3:09 PM
    Reply # 1473292 on 1105520

    The Center for Movement Education and Research

    Enroll Now to begin your Dance/Movement Therapy

    Alternate Route Training in California

    January 31 & February 1-2 & Feb. 7-9 2014

    INTRODUCTION TO DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY
    THEORY AND PRACTICE LEVEL 1:
    THEORETICAL ORIGINS, FOUNDATIONS AND PRINCIPLES
    Credit Hours: 45


    Instructor:  Bonnie Bernstein, M.Ed, MFT, BC-DMT

    Through experiential exercises, readings and discussion, participants will be introduced to the rich professional field of dance/movement therapy. Students will examine the foundational tenants defining dance/movement therapy as a creative, expressive, healing and integrating process. Discussions will focus on the history and theoretical origins of dance/movement therapy in Western culture emphasizing the methods of dance/movement therapy pioneers. In addition, from an anthropological perspective, participants will explore therapeutic elements in dances from world cultures. Participants will delve into the world of communicative and expressive movement while being introduced to dance/movement therapy treatment for specific populations including children, higher functioning adults, elders and hospitalized psychiatric patients.

     

    This course is designed for students who wish to pursue alternate route training in dance/movement therapy with the goal of becoming a registered dance/movement therapist,

    R-DMT. “This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential.”

    Location: San Jose State University

    One Washington Sq  RM #106

    San Jose, CA

    Days and Times: Jan. 31, Feb. 1-2 and Feb 7-9th, 2014  9:30-6:00pm

    Additional courses toward that credential can be taken through the Center for Movement Education and Research. Visit our webist efor more details. www.cmer.info

    For Application for enrollment: http://www.movement-education.org/downloads/CMER_AltRoute2014_NoCal.pdf

    For details on the CMER DMT Alternate Route Training go to:

    http://www.movement-education.org/therapy/courses_alternateroute_nocal.html

    or contact Judy Gantz: judy@cmer.info  310-600-0664

  • 14 Jan 2014 1:35 PM
    Reply # 1474794 on 1105520

     

    Dance Therapy Weekend Workshop

    92 Y, New York City

    Dance/ Movement Psychotherapy

    With Infants and Children

     Dr. Suzi Tortora EdD, BC-DMT, CMA, LCAT, NCC

     Sat-Sun, Feb 1-2, 2014

    2 sessions

    9:30 am – 5:30 pm

    $300 until Jan 24/$325 after

     Explore nonverbal cues expressed by infants and young children and experience movement activities that support early attachment relationships and social, emotional and cognitive development. For parents, caregivers and professionals, these activities can be used with families or in groups and in dyadic and individual therapeutic, hospital, preventative and childcare settings. Eligible for ADTA CE hours. This course is fully approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route credit for R-DMT training

    .REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy

    Or copy and paste this link in your browser:
    http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Class/Dance-Movement-Psychotherapy.aspx

    or Call 212.415.5500, or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person

     92nd Street Y School of the Arts Harkness Dance Center

    1395 Lexington Ave at 92nd Street NY, NY 10128

    92Y.org/DanceTherapy (P) 212.415.5552 (F) 212.415.5549

  • 14 Jan 2014 1:36 PM
    Reply # 1474796 on 1105520

     

    2014 FEBRUARY INTENSIVE

    92 Y, New York City

     Dance for Students with Special Needs

     Dr. Diane Duggan, PhD, BC-DMT, LCAT

    Mon, Feb 17, 10 am-6 pm,

    Tue-Wed, Feb 18-19,

    10 am-4 pm, 3 sessions

    $375 until Feb 10/$400 after

    Integrate dance therapy theory with the best practices in dance education and positive behavior supports. Create movement activities that utilize strengths and meet the needs of children and adolescents who have emotional, behavioral, learning, sensory and/or physical challenges.
    Offered in collaboration with 92Y Dance Education Laboratory.

    Eligible for ADTA CE hours. This course is fully approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route credit for R-DMT training.

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy

    Or copy and paste this link into your browser:

    http://www.92y.org/Class/Dance-for-Students-with-Special-Needs.aspx

    or Call 212.415.5500, or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person

    92nd Street Y School of the Arts Harkness Dance Center

    1395 Lexington Ave at 92nd Street NY, NY 10128

    92Y.org/DanceTherapy (P) 212.415.5552 (F) 212.415.554

  • 14 Jan 2014 1:39 PM
    Reply # 1474799 on 1105520

     

    A course for all Alternate Route students

    at the 92Y, NYC

     

     

    METHODS  IN  DANCE/MOVEMENT  THERAPY  II

     

    Dr. Miriam Roskin Berger, BC-DMT, LCAT  

    Tina Erfer, MS, BC-DMT, LCAT

     

    A continuation of Methods in DMT I, the focus of this course will be on the body, on group work, on the role of the therapist, and on elements of a dance therapy session and movement observation.

     

    This course is fully approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route credit for R-DMT training.

     

    TUE, FEB 4 - MAY 20, 2014

     

    11 AM-1 PM; 15 SESSIONS

     

    $550 UNTIL JAN 28 / $575 AFTER

     

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy

    Or Copy and Paste this link into your browser; http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Class/Methods-In-Dance-Movement-Therapy.aspx

    or Call 212.415.5500

    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person

  • 14 Jan 2014 8:33 PM
    Reply # 1475116 on 1105520

    Dance/Movement Therapy Faculty Position
    Drexel University

    The College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University, is pleased to invite application for a half time dance/movement therapy faculty position in the Department of Creative Arts Therapies. The person in this position reports to the Director of the Dance/Movement Therapy Master’s Program and will be a member of a robust creative arts therapies department. Responsibilities include teaching, academic and thesis advisement, scholarship, and service components. Salary is commensurate with experience. The position is effective beginning September 1, 2014. The position runs throughout the 12-month calendar year. This is a non-tenure track position.
    Qualifications for the position include:
    • A BC-DMT credential with a master’s degree or doctorate.
    • Previous teaching experience, preferably including thesis advisement.
    • A minimum of five years DMT clinical practice and supervisory experience. An ideal candidate will have significant child experience and a developmentally based theoretical orientation.
    • LPC credentialed in Pennsylvania or equivalently credentialed in another state.
    • A record of scholarly contribution to the field through presentation and/or publication.
    • A record of participation and leadership in the regional or national dance/movement therapy professional community. A commitment to actively represent the program.
    • Advanced study of LMA or KMP is a plus.
    Those interested, who meet qualifications, may apply by sending a letter of interest and cv to:
    Ellen Schelly Hill, Director, Dance/Movement Therapy M.A. Program es42@drexel.edu
    The application deadline is February 1, 2014. Telephone and campus interviews will be held by invitation following review of applications.
    More information about the Drexel Dance/Movement Therapy Program and Department of Creative Arts Therapies is available at http:/www.drexel.edu/cnhp/creativearts/
    Drexel University is an equal opportunity employer.
  • 15 Jan 2014 2:46 PM
    Reply # 1475736 on 1105520
    The CALPCC (The California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors) is hosting their inaugural conference in Los Angeles in April and is seeking presenters.

    It would be fantastic for DMTs to present and increase our professional visibility within the organization and with fellow LPCCs.

    Below is information from the announcement, followed by a link to the website itself. If you present at the conference, please notify me so that I might promote via PR.

    Please consider presenting.  DMTs need to remain visible within the CALPCC community.

    From the website:

    Who should attend? CALPCC members, counselor educators, interns, students, and anyone interested in the emerging counseling profession in California. This conference is open to all; CALPCC members will receive a discounted registration fee.

    The conference also features educational, roundtable, and poster sessions. If you are interested in presenting a workshop and sharing your knowledge with your colleagues, click here to access the workshop proposal form. All proposal forms (with a separate resume or CV) are due by February 3, 2014 to be considered; presenters will be notified beginning February 17, 2014. See all details on the proposal form.

    Look for more information, including registration fee, online registration, volunteer opportunities for students, and workshop session descriptions, coming soon!

    Please note that CALPCC will offer a second conference in Northern California in the fall of 2014. For our members in the north, look for announcements about this event coming soon!


    Here's the link:
    http://calpcc.org/events
  • 19 Jan 2014 4:42 PM
    Reply # 1478369 on 1105520

     

    Register now, to get the discounted rate!

              

     

     

    A course for all Alternate Route DMT students

     

     

    METHODS  IN  DANCE/MOVEMENT  THERAPY  II

     

    Tina Erfer, MS, BC-DMT, LCAT 

    Dr. Miriam Roskin Berger, BC-DMT, LCAT  

     

     

    A continuation of Methods in DMT I, the focus of this course will be on the body, on group work, on the role of the therapist,  on elements of a dance therapy session, and movement observation.

     

    This course is fully approved by the ADTA for Alternate Route credit for R-DMT training.

     

    TUE, FEB 4 - MAY 20, 2014

    11 AM-1 PM; 15 SESSIONS

     

    $550 UNTIL JAN 28 / $575 AFTER

     

    REGISTER at 92Y.org/DanceTherapy

    Or Copy and Paste this link into your browser; http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Class/Methods-In-Dance-Movement-Therapy.aspx

    or Call 212.415.5500

    or Visit the 92Y Box Office in person

  • 20 Jan 2014 1:56 PM
    Reply # 1478923 on 1105520

    The Center for Movement Education and Research


    Enroll Now to begin your 

    Dance/Movement Therapy

    Alternate Route Training in California

    January 31 & February 1-2 & Feb. 7-9 2014

    INTRODUCTION TO DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY
    THEORY AND PRACTICE LEVEL 1:
    THEORETICAL ORIGINS, FOUNDATIONS AND PRINCIPLES
    Credit Hours: 45


    Instructor:  Bonnie Bernstein, M.Ed, MFT, BC-DMT

    Through experiential exercises, readings and discussion, participants will be introduced to the rich professional field of dance/movement therapy. Students will examine the foundational tenants defining dance/movement therapy as a creative, expressive, healing and integrating process. Discussions will focus on the history and theoretical origins of dance/movement therapy in Western culture emphasizing the methods of dance/movement therapy pioneers. In addition, from an anthropological perspective, participants will explore therapeutic elements in dances from world cultures. Participants will delve into the world of communicative and expressive movement while being introduced to dance/movement therapy treatment for specific populations including children, higher functioning adults, elders and hospitalized psychiatric patients.

     

    This course is designed for students who wish to pursue alternate route training in dance/movement therapy with the goal of becoming a registered dance/movement therapist,

    R-DMT. “This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential.”


    Location: San Jose State University

    One Washington Sq  RM #106

    San Jose, CA

    Days and Times: Jan. 31, Feb. 1-2 and Feb 7-9th, 2014 

    9:30-6:00pm


    Additional courses toward that credential can be taken through the Center for Movement Education and Research. Visit our webist efor more details. www.cmer.info


    For Application for enrollment: http://www.movement-education.org/downloads/CMER_AltRoute2014_NoCal.pdf


    For details on the CMER DMT Alternate Route Training go to:

    http://www.movement-education.org/therapy/courses_alternateroute_nocal.html

    or contact Judy Gantz: judy@cmer.info  310-600-0664



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