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  • 11 Sep 2009 2:15 PM
    Message # 217938
    Students are invited to use this area for "special" student discussions.
    Last modified: 11 Sep 2009 2:15 PM | Gloria J. Farrow (Administrator)
  • 16 Dec 2013 9:49 PM
    Reply # 1459476 on 217938

     

    ALTERNATE  ROUTE  DANCE/MOVEMENT  THERAPY  TRAINING


    SUMMER  PROGRAM


    92nd Street Y – Harkness Dance Center


    NEW YORK CITY

    Dance/Movement Therapy is the psychotherapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical, and social integration of the individual. The dance/movement therapist focuses on movement behavior as it emerges in the therapeutic relationship. Expressive, communicative, and adaptive behaviors are all considered for both group and individual treatment. (www.adta.org ).


    An intensive Alternate Route Training Program in Dance/Movement Therapy will be held at the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center, NYC, beginning  June 9 – June 27, 2014.  This program will take place over three summers, for 3 weeks each summer.

    Applicants to the program need to have at least begun a Masters Degree in a related field, or in one of the helping professions.

    Dr. Miriam Roskin Berger is the Director of this program, which offers the Dance/Movement Therapy course requirements of 270 hours for alternate route training, plus 90 hours of Movement Observation and Analysis and 45 hours of Group Process in DMT, as required by the American Dance Therapy Association. Visit  
    www.adta.org  for more information on course requirements for Registry and Certification as a dance/movement therapist.


    For  further  information,  or  for  an  application  to  the  program,  contact  Tina  Erfer, Program  Coordinator,  
    TEdance@live.com.

  • 27 Jan 2014 2:52 PM
    Reply # 1484220 on 217938

    Kestenberg Movement Profile Trainings 2014


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


    The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) is a systematic and in-depth movement assessment tool based entirely on the nonverbal. The KMP was developed by Dr. Judith Kestenberg and the Sands Point Movement Study Group; it offers dance/movement therapists a refined language as well as a psychological interpretation for what is seen in the body. The KMP is especially informative in the areas of assessment, treatment planning, and intervention. The KMP offers clarity & vision in clinical & educational settings.


    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, 30 CE’s per course are available)

     

    Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile (2 credits/30 hours)

    August 20-23, 2014 (fee due July 20)

    Fee: $775

    In this 30 hour introductory course, participants will learn the basic layout of the KMP, the movement patterns contained within it, and the developmental and psychological significance of the patterns. Through experiential activities, discussion, and observational practice, students will come to understand the depth, wholeness, and vision the KMP has to offer therapists and educators in their work. Clinical applications will be integrated into the course.


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

    February 17-20, 2014 (fee due February 1); also offered September 8-11, 2014 (fee due August 8)

    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)

    March 17-20, 2014 (fee due February 17); also offered September 29-October 2, 2014 (fee due September 6)

    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.


    KMP Color Wheel Poster

    This poster, which measures 11”x 17”, is a concise, visual representation of the KMP. Through design and color, the wholeness and complexity of the profile is captured. Further, it is a practical reference tool that can be utilized by those learning the profile as well as those who already know it. Available for purchase via Paypal. Cost of poster is $16, plus shipping (which is $4 in US and $6 outside US). If paying via PayPal, send an email to suzannehastie@aol.com with your mailing address.  An additional fee of $1 will be added to international Paypal purchases due to PayPal’s currency exchange fees.

     

    To register for courses, arrange for supervision/consultation, or to purchase a KMP Color Wheel poster, 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 over 20 years.

     

  • 10 Feb 2014 2:19 PM
    Reply # 1495080 on 217938

    MOVEMENT ANALYSIS COURSE FOR ALTERNATE ROUTE STUDENTS


    The language of movement I; Introduction to Laban Movement Analysis 

    Date/Time: Saturday/Sunday April 26-27 & May 17-18, 2014

    Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a language for working with non-verbal behaviors, Its use increases awareness of individual movement patterns; develops sensitivity to cultural non-verbal expressions, and promotes an understanding of the communicative and expressive nature of movement.  Participants will:

    • ·  Learn tools for working with the nuanced subtlety of all forms of non-verbal behaviors;
    • ·  Explore how movement communicates meaning and can reflect all aspects of human experience – including personality traits and familial, social and cultural patterns;
    • ·  Begin to identify your own movement patterns and learn how they can be used to facilitate therapeutic interactions and goals;
    • ·  Begin to learn specific uses and applications of LMA to facilitate therapeutic goals;

    (This course meets requirements for Alternate Route R-DMT credential. Contact instructor for university credit options.)

    Location: St. Paul, MN

    Instructor: Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb MA, MFA LMFT, BC-DMT, CMA, PWAssoc, SEP

    Questions/info/fees: Embodying Psychotherapy: loebx001@umn.edu or 612-916-1829
  • 11 Feb 2014 9:26 PM
    Reply # 1496244 on 217938
    Dear Patricia

    You wrote: "I am an alternate route student and I am looking for an institution that will allow me to take the required graduate psych courses without matriculating.  I have intensively researched in-person and online options but so far I have not been successful--all require matriculation.  Can anyone offer suggestions?  Thank you."

    When I completed my alternate route studies, I was able to get my additional graduate level coursework in various counseling/psych classes at California State University, Long Beach and California State University, Fullerton. I'm not sure where you are at but the CSU system has something called "Open University" - people are allowed to petition individual instructors for permission to add a class - but obviously are low person on the totem pole - can only add if there is room after all matriculated students have enrolled. You may want to investigate "open university" options locally.  Good luck!


  • 12 Feb 2014 11:39 AM
    Reply # 1496578 on 217938
    Regarding graduate psych courses for non-matric student, Walden University online (the only CACREP-accredited online MA Counseling program) allows you to take at least a few courses non-matric (I think it's 3 or 4). Also, many MA Counseling programs (at least in my area East Coast) have CAGS= Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies in counseling programs where you can put together your own selection of courses, up to 4 courses. Many counselors do CAGS to get the additional 12 semester credits to bring their 48-credit Master's up to the 60 credits required by some states. This is recent info so I hope it will be helpful to you.
  • 13 Feb 2014 2:16 PM
    Reply # 1497460 on 217938

    ALTERNATE  ROUTE  DANCE/MOVEMENT  THERAPY  TRAINING


     

    SUMMER  PROGRAM


     

    92nd Street Y – Harkness Dance Center


                                          NEW YORK CITY

     

    Dance/Movement Therapy is the psychotherapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical, and social integration of the individual. The dance/movement therapist focuses on movement behavior as it emerges in the therapeutic relationship. Expressive, communicative, and adaptive behaviors are all considered for both group and individual treatment. (www.adta.org ).


     


    An intensive Alternate Route Training Program in Dance/Movement Therapy will be held at the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center, NYC, beginning  June 9 – June 27, 2014.  This program will take place over three summers, for 3 weeks each summer.


     

    Applicants to the program need to have at least begun a Masters Degree in a related field, or in one of the helping professions.

    Dr. Miriam Roskin Berger is the Director of this program, which offers the Dance/Movement Therapy course requirements of 270 hours for alternate route training, plus 90 hours of Movement Observation and Analysis and 45 hours of Group Process in DMT, as required by the American Dance Therapy Association. Visit  
    www.adta.org  for more information on course requirements for Registry and Certification as a dance/movement therapist.


    For  further  information,  or  for  an  application  to  the  program,  contact  Tina  Erfer, Program  Coordinator,  
    TEdance@live.com.

    If you are interested, request an application now! Deadline is February 21.
  • 16 Feb 2014 5:30 PM
    Reply # 1499297 on 217938

    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

    $400.

     

    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

  • 13 Mar 2014 8:19 PM
    Reply # 1517343 on 217938
    Announcing the new, official American Dance Therapy Association page on Facebook!

    If you are on Facebook, please "like" the new page (link below) and be sure to check the "get notifications" option so that breaking news on dance/movement therapy appears in your newsfeed. A lot of wonderful information on dance/movement therapy will be shared via this medium.

    You may already be a member of the American Dance Therapy Association Group page on Facebook. That page shall remain as a wonderful venue for dialogue and sharing between group members and you are encouraged to use that group site as such. However, all official announcements from the ADTA will now source from the new page.

    Thank you for your support and for sharing this page with others.
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Dance-Therapy-Association/335365049909366
  • 23 Mar 2014 11:31 AM
    Reply # 1523139 on 217938

    The language of movement I; Introduction to Laban Movement Analysis 

    Date/Time: Saturday/Sunday April 26-27 & May 31/June 1, 2014

    Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) is a language for working with non-verbal behaviors, Its use increases awareness of individual movement patterns; develops sensitivity to cultural non-verbal expressions, and promotes an understanding of the communicative and expressive nature of movement.  Participants will:

    • ·  Learn tools for working with the nuanced subtlety of all forms of non-verbal behaviors;
    • ·  Explore how movement communicates meaning and can reflect all aspects of human experience – including personality traits and familial, social and cultural patterns;
    • ·  Begin to identify your own movement patterns and learn how they can be used to facilitate therapeutic interactions and goals;
    • ·  Begin to learn specific uses and applications of LMA to facilitate therapeutic goals;

    (This course meets requirements for Alternate Route R-DMT credential. Contact instructor for university credit options.)

    Location: St. Paul, MN

    Instructor: Barbara Nordstrom-Loeb MA, MFA LMFT, BC-DMT, CMA, PWAssoc, SEP

    Questions/info/fees: Embodying Psychotherapy: loebx001@umn.edu or 612-916-1829.
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