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  • 12 Feb 2015 3:45 AM
    Reply # 3224255 on 1105520


    Art Therapy Club
    at California School of Professional Psychology

    Don't miss out on our upcoming event!
    Dance Therapy, Creativity,
    & Self-Care Workshop
    TRAINING OFFERED BY ALLIANT CSPP ART THERAPY CLUB
    Co-sponsored by UCLArts and Healing.
    In partnership with LACPA and SFPA.


    Date: Sunday, March 15, 2015
    Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Location: Alliant International University
    1000 S. Fremont Ave, Alhambra CA 91803

    Please visit our website for more information
    about the training:
    http://ArtTherapyClub.wix.com/CSPP



    Training

    Dance movement therapy is a creative, mind/body approach that is cost-effective, age-old, and client-centered, and a powerful ways to work with trauma and PTSD. Since trauma is a crisis of humanity and mortality, speechless terror in the body, and about stuckness, numbness, fragmentation and inability to play, we need nonverbal, creative, dramatic, rhythmic and integrative approaches. Therapeutic outcomes of this work can help: Heal body/mind split from dehumanizing terror; be a creative means for containing, discharging and re-channeling aggression; strengthen individual and community resilience and connections; decrease compassion fatigue and caregiver burnout; increase family communication and support; bridge multicultural symbolic forms; symbolize traumatic losses and hopes for the future; and establish connection between the body and the brain. This workshop trains therapists to become familiar with the use of dance movement therapy to work with trauma and PTSD.

    Caring for ourselves as psychologists is central to our effectiveness in caring for others. What helps therapists and students to thrive, be resistant to stressors and live long, healthy lives? Involvement in activities involving creativity and the arts offer meaning, purpose and connection. Art is a universal way to make meaning of our experience, to enlarge our world, to create an opportunity for empathy and to celebrate our shared humanity as well as our diverse perspectives. Evidence which supports the benefits of engagement in the arts will be presented. We will explore the ways in which engaging in creative process can enliven, build community, enhance well being and be an effective method of self care. Creative engagement can contribute to professional competence and to the mastery of developmental tasks through the professional lifespan. Therapists at all stages of professional development can harness their creativity to cross-fertilize, heal, and renew through self-expression.


    *Alliant International University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Alliant International University maintains responsibility for the program and its content. Alliant International University is approved by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences to provide continuing education for MFTs and LCSWs (provider # PCE234). Alliant International University is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing to provide continuing education for Nurses (provider # CEP11235).


    The Presenters



    Ilene A. Serlin, Ph.D, BC-DMT is a licensed psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist in practice in San Francisco and Marin county. She is the past president of the San Francisco Psychological Association, a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, past-president of the Division of Humanistic Psychology. Ilene Serlin has taught at Saybrook University, Lesley University, UCLA, the NY Gestalt Institute and the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich.
    Click here to visit Dr. Serlin's website.
    Click here to read Dr. Serlin's recent published chapter.



    Pamela J. McCrory, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist in independent practice in Calabasas, California and is clinical instructor in the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. For fifteen years she taught psychotherapy at California State University, Northridge in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling and in the Clinical Art Therapy Program at Loyola Maymount University. She is past president and current chair of the Colleague Awareness Resources and Education (CARE) Committee of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association and co-founded the Mirrors of the Mind Project.


    To Enroll:

    If you would like to register for the training, please click the appropriate link below:

    Student -
    Early Bird Price ($45)
    Regular Price ($65 - after 3/1/15)
    Professional -
    Early Bird Price ($75)
    Regular Price ($95 - after 3/1/15)
    Refund policy: Full refund up to two weeks prior to event, after which a $25 processing fee will be charged.


    For more information, please contact Rebecca Bokoch at rebecca.arttherapyclub@gmail.com for any further questions regarding this event. Thank you!


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  • 12 Feb 2015 11:57 AM
    Reply # 3224557 on 1105520
    Reserve your place in the Workshop today!
     
     

    February Intensive:

    DANCE FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

    Dr. Diane Duggan

     

    Integrate dance therapy theory with the best practices in dance education. Create movement activities that meet the needs of children and adolescents who have emotional, behavioral, learning, sensory and/or physical challenges. Offered in collaboration with 92Y’s Dance Education Laboratory. Approved for Alternate Route credit by the ADTA.

     

    Monday, February 16, 2015, 10AM-6PM

    Tuesday-Wednesday 17-18, 10AM-4PM

    3 Sessions

     $400

     

    Learn More & Register

    Visit 92Y.ORG/DANCETHERAPY

    or copy and paste this link in your browser; http://www.92y.org/Class/Dance-for-Students-with-Special-Needs.aspx

    Call    212.415.5500

    or visit the 92Y Box Office In Person
    1395 Lexington Ave (at 92nd Street) New York, NY 10128


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  • 13 Feb 2015 8:33 AM
    Reply # 3225313 on 1105520

    New course

    Creative Business Development for Creative Arts Therapists


    Dance/Movement Therapist and business coach Annie Kirschenmann

    Art Therapist and author Emery Mikel


    . . .are collaborating on this brand new, distance learning (online, telephone) course / coaching group.  This is a pilot program, open to all Creative Arts Therapists, at a significantly reduced investment.


    Whether you are just starting out in your practice; or have been working in the field for a long time, this course /coaching group will help you:

    • become more comfortable talking about what you do
    • boost your confidence
    • remove barriers to your success
    • demystify this thing we call “marketing”
    • get to the core of what it is really all about
    • significantly increase your business comfort level and savvy 
    • generate excitement about what you do and have to offer!    
    Participants will received 12 ADTA/NBCC/AATA CE credits (PENDING APPROVAL) upon successful completion.

    Seats in the pilot course are limited and fill on a first come, first serve basis.

    Interested in receiving more info?

    Please contact Annie Kirschenmann:  Annie@AKACoachAndCompany.com

    Thank you!
  • 15 Feb 2015 7:10 PM
    Reply # 3226698 on 1105520

     

    Duke University Department of Psychiatry,

    AEDP Institute, &

    AEDP Southeast present:

     

    The Heart of the Matter:

    Transformational Change in Psychotherapy

    The Polyvagal Theory & the Theory and Practice of AEDP

     

    Presenters:  Stephen PORGES, Ph.D. &

               Diana FOSHA, Ph.D.

     

    April 17, 2015 Plenary Session 5:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

    April 18, 2015 All Day Workshop 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

    Love Auditorium, Levine Science Research Center,

    308 Research Dr., Durham, NC 

     http://events.duke.edu/heartofthematter2015

     

    In recent years, Polyvagal theory has revolutionized our understanding of the human nervous system. It has garnered the interest of both researchers and practitioners in the fields of medicine, psychiatry, psychology and mental health in general. In this conference, Stephen Porges will explain his theory and how it can help inform clinical interventions, guide clinical practice, and re-conceptualize trauma and its treatment.  His work will provide clinicians with new perspectives as well as new tools to help clients with affect regulation problems. 

     

    Diana Fosha is the creator of AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), a revolutionary new healing oriented approach to psychotherapy informed by advances in affective neuroscience and attachment research.  A powerful and innovative clinical theory underlies AEDP’s therapeutic action and practice. Through relational and experiential processes and the in-depth processing of emotion, AEDP works with transformational experiences that heal trauma. The further metaprocessing of these transformational events results in the emergence of new experiences for our clients marked by enhanced resilience, vitality, and a renewed zest for life.  In other words, AEDP’s methodology seeks to clinically work the edge of neuroplasticity to make change happen.

     

    This conference provides a novel opportunity to hear these two important innovators discuss their work and the connections between them. 

    For more information or to register online please go to: http://events.duke.edu/heartofthematter2015

    Or contact Us:919-660-1760 oremail:  conferenceservices@duke.edu

  • 16 Feb 2015 1:34 PM
    Reply # 3227131 on 1105520

    Hello Fellow DMT's,

    If you have worked with teenagers diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, please be in touch with me at kimbkaplan@gmail.com.

    I am looking for resources and specific interventions.


    Thank you in advance.


    Best Regards,

    Kim Kaplan, MS, R-DMT, R-YT


  • 16 Feb 2015 3:20 PM
    Reply # 3227236 on 1105520

    My congratulations to all who participated and sent the wonderful pictures and videos in after the BillionRising powerful dances.  Also to the editors who so quickly put this on UTube for us to enjoy.  Many thanks.

  • 20 Feb 2015 10:06 AM
    Reply # 3230540 on 1105520
    Dear Colleagues,


    Please find attached a call for articles on the similarities and differences between DMT and Body Psychotherapy.

    We would welcome your submissions on this topic for our special issue, deadline for articles 24 April 2015. We look forward to your contribution to this interesting debate.


    With best wishes,

    Professor Helen Payne, PhD, Founding Editor in Chief, BMDP

    Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy' www.tandfonline.com/tbmd


  • 21 Feb 2015 11:05 AM
    Reply # 3231432 on 1105520

    Hi, I have a University student who is interested in working with orphans.  We have been looking for DMT writing specific to this topic.  Does anyone know of any?  Please respond to my email, rbkornbl@wisc.edu.  Thanks a lot.  Rena Kornblum

  • 21 Feb 2015 4:18 PM
    Reply # 3231609 on 1105520


    Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

    For Experienced Movers and Witnesses

    Facilitated by Zoë Avstreih

     July 23-26, 2015

    in Eliot, Maine

    Embodied Individuation: Authentic Movement Retreat

    Embodied Individuation, based in the practice of Authentic Movement, allows the “wholeness within” to guide one towards a life deeply in authenticity and truth. This retreat is an opportunity for the in-depth immersion in the discipline of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. We will immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement during the day and will have opportunities to gather after dinner to discuss the questions that arise from our direct experience.

    Enrollment Requirements:

    This intensive retreat is designed for experienced movers and witnesses with a developed inner witness. If you have not previously studied with Zoe, a telephone interview is required.

          

    Zoë Avstreih

    Zoë Avstreih, the Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Authentic Movement, is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and a Licensed Psychoanalyst and Creative Arts Therapist in New York State. In June 2014, Zoë retired from her position as the Director of the Graduate Program in Dance/Movement Therapy at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and now devotes her professional time to offering retreats and training opportunities for mature individuals to immerse in the practice of Authentic Movement for personal and professional development. A pioneer in the development of Authentic Movement, she lectures and teaches internationally and has published widely in the field.

    Workshop Times:  Thursday dinner, July 23, 5 pm, through Sunday lunch, July 26, 1 pm

    Workshop fee:  $375 through May 31, $425 after May 31

    Lodging and all meals:  $275

    Total Cost: $650, $700 after May 31

    Enrollment is limited to ten.  Early registration is suggested.

    Registration is available beginning February 15, 2015. For registration information please email Pinetree Institute at:

    registrar.pinetreeinstitute@gmail.com

    Pinetree Farm is a beautifully renovated 1790 farmhouse and barn across the Piscataqua River from Portsmouth, New Hampshire and only an hour and fifteen minutes from Boston.  The setting is peaceful and rural, but just three miles off Interstate 95 with easy access for public and private transportation from Boston Logan Airport   and South Station.  Rooms provide shared accommodations for two to three people with a half-bath in most rooms and shared access to private showers.  Staying at Pinetree is like staying at an old New England bed & breakfast with an emphasis on simple, healthy meals and accommodations that are comfortable and cozy.

    For directions and further information, please contact Pinetree Institute at

    registrar.pinetreeinstitute@gmail.com.  

     

  • 22 Feb 2015 10:31 PM
    Reply # 3232285 on 1105520

    The Pomegranate Seeds…

    Finding Light: Exploring the Underworld in Myth, Dream, and Personal Process…A workshop for personal growth in the Greek Islands using movement, dreams, and myth. 9/14/15 - 9/21/15. Lead by Dr. Judith Schafman, Dr. Rob Sanducci and Dennis McCarthy. For more info go to Metamorfos Institute blog. 

                                                  



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