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  • 16 Oct 2012 2:37 PM
    Message # 1105520
    Gloria J. Farrow (Administrator)
    Please list any workshops, seminars, or pertinent information.
  • 01 Jul 2013 7:09 PM
    Reply # 1331025 on 1105520

    Dear Friends and Colleagues,

    I am happy to share two upcoming workshop opportunities that begin in the Fall: An ongoing monthly group for women with a background in movement and personal psychotherapy, and an introductory weekend for those new to Authentic Movement, Dreamdancing, and Jungian Depth Work.

    Please feel free to share this information with others who may be interested. Many thanks. 



    Dreamdancing Workshop 2013-14

    Date: September 27, 2013 - May 2, 2014

    Location: A beautiful, sky lit studio in San Francisco, California

    This advanced group is designed for women engaged in deepening their bodysoul explorations. Now in its twelfth year, there are openings for the 2013-2014 session, beginning in September.


    Beginning with an introductory weekend, monthly three-hour sessions (Friday, 10am-1pm) offer participants the opportunity to enrich their explorations of body, psyche, and spirit through an integrative Jungian depth-oriented approach. 

    Elements include working with dreams in the body (Dreamdancing®), Authentic Movement, Somatics and creative methods from Marion Woodman’s BodySoul Rhythms® approach. Myths, fairy tales, and Jungian theory enhance our discoveries.


    Master voice teacher, Ann Skinner, will join us to offer an intensive weekend in working with the natural voice, a potent element in women's embodied individuation journey. Ann co-created the BodySoul Rhythms© approach with Jungian analyst, Marion Woodman, and dancer, Mary Hamilton.  Emerita Head of Voice Emerita at The Stratford Shakespearean Festival and formerly Head of Voice at the National Theater School of Canada, Ann brings an amazing genuineness and profound depth and creativity to her work, which she offers in many countries. Click here to learn more about the Ann Skinner Voice Weekend.


    Bring your desire to feel more at home in your body, and the courage to live your dreams! In an atmosphere of acceptance, curiosity, and care we engage the body’s vital energies, contacting the deep feminine and learning to live her wisdom in our daily lives.

    CEU’s available:  48 hours for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, DMTs,  &   BC-DMTs

    Click here for more information, tuition, and registration information

    Click here to download electronic flyer

    Click here to download an application

    Awakening Soul’s Body®: Introducing Authentic Movement, Dreamdancing® & Jung’s Depth Work

    Date: October 19 & 20, 2013. Saturday, 1:00pm-6:00pm & Sunday, 9:30am-5:00pm

    Location: A beautiful sky-lit studio in San Francisco


    This introductory weekend is for those who are new to Authentic Movement and to working with dreams in the body (Dreamdancing®), as well as for those who want to deepen their body/soul explorations. A simple, yet powerful meditative and therapeutic approach, this alchemical mix bridges body, brain, psyche and spirit through expressive movement, music, drawing, and writing.

    This workshop combines elements from Jung’s Depth psychology, Marion Woodman’s BodySoul® work and contemporary neuroscience in a safe environment that can support the awakening of your soul’s body.


    Ceus available: 12 hours for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, DMTs and BC-DMTs

    Click here for more information, tuition, and registration information

    Click here to download electronic flyer

    Click here to download an application

  • 02 Jul 2013 11:27 AM
    Reply # 1331549 on 1105520




    IRCIMH 2014 is sponsored by the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine, a group of 56 esteemed academic health centers and affiliated institutions, in association with the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research (ISCMR). The sponsoring organizations are committed to making this Congress the premier international forum for Integrative Medicine research, with an anticipated 1200 attendees from over 30 countries. 

    The 2014 Congress is now accepting scientific research abstracts and proposals for workshop sessions.  Session proposals and abstract submissions will be reviewed by the International Program and Scientific Review Committee.  Accepted submissions will have the opportunity to present at the 2014 Congress.  Click here to learn more about the submission process.

    The Congress has confirmed dynamic and renowned keynote speakers including Catherine Bushnell, Steven Cole, Linda Collins, Elissa Epel, Eric Schoomaker, and Joseph Sung. With the lineup of keynote speakers, complemented by experiential sessions, oral and poster presentations of scientific abstracts, lunchtime sessions, and concurrent sessions, the Congress promises to offer a robust and engaging program.


    July 01, 2013

    Open call for sessions and abstract submissions open

    July 15, 2013

    Deadline for pre-congress workshop application

    November 01, 2013

    Registration opens

    October 01, 2013

    Call for sessions deadline

    October 15, 2013

    Abstract submission deadline

    December 20, 2013

    Session proposal status notification sent to submitters

    January 13, 2014

    Abstract disposition notices sent

    January 31, 2014

    Deadline for presenters to register

    January 31, 2014

    Open late breaking abstracts 

    February 16, 2014

    Close late breaking abstracts

    March 26, 2014

    Late breaker disposition notices sent

    A limited number of discounted rooms have been reserved for attendees at the congress hotel, Hyatt Regency Miami.  Make your reservation today to receive the reduced rate rooms while they last. 

    Plenary sessions from the 2012 Congress are available for open viewing on the 2012 Congress website. In addition, all accepted scientific abstracts were published online as an open access supplement in BMC Complementary & Alternative Medicine. If you missed the 2012 Congress, check out what occurred by reading the Congress Summary Report.  

    Visit the website for more information at

  • 12 Jul 2013 5:07 PM
    Reply # 1339148 on 1105520
    Lora Wilson Mau (Administrator)

    UCLArts and Healing has launched an interactive website which allows board certified creative arts therapists (from anywhere in the world) to post their services as individual practitioners.   The website also accepts submissions of literature, conferences, organizations, listservs, training programs as well. 

    Feel free to utilize this site and forward this information to others.  Also, UCLArts and Healing encourages everyone to join their email list, to strengthen the communication between all.  Also, UCLArts and Healing may soliciti short pieces from time to time as a way of showcasing the field.

    The way to post is to go to the Resources heading of the website and select "submit resource" from the drop down menu.  Here's the exact page for our convenience:

    Contact Info:
    Ping Ho, MA, MPH
    Director, UCLArts and Healing
    Last modified: 12 Jul 2013 5:12 PM | Lora Wilson Mau (Administrator)
  • 29 Jul 2013 10:53 AM
    Reply # 1353682 on 1105520
    JCC of the Greater Five Towns in Cedarhurst, NY
    They are interested in starting a DMT group for older people and perhaps others.
    If any DMT in the area is interested, contact: Cathy P. Byrne, M.S., R.N., Assistant Executive Director for Older Adults and Special Needs
    Tel: 516-569-6134 or 516-569-6733
  • 06 Aug 2013 5:11 PM
    Reply # 1360071 on 1105520
    Lora Wilson Mau (Administrator)

    Just published - a memoir of the historically memorable formative years of the accomplished dance therapist and psychoanalyst Elaine Siegel

    Chaos Unbound: A Jewish Childhood in Nazi Berlin

    by: Elaine V. Siegel

    "There is drama in this memoir of a Jewish childhood in Nazi Berlin. The tightening grip of anti-Semitism, the transformation of local ne’er-do-wells into imperious Brownshirts, the marginalization and degradation of shopkeepers and merchants who resisted Nazi blandishments, and the visceral disgust of many Germans for Hitler undefined all are woven into a story whose very intimacy captures the largeness of its historical moment. It is especially the young Elaine’s clarity of vision undefined her keen understanding of what was happening around her and what was required to safeguard herself and “her adults” undefined that pulls the reader along in this gripping account of Jewish survival in the eye of the Nazi storm."
  • 06 Aug 2013 5:27 PM
    Reply # 1360088 on 1105520
    The Body Hotel - Edinburgh
    Call for group members

    A unique monthly movement workshop in Edinburgh for people who want to 'check-in' to their bodies and explore new ways of moving, thinking and being.

    Each month will feature a different theme to explore in terms of the body, incorporating fun activities and practical techniques from body awareness, relaxation, dance movement therapy and somatic practices. An opportunity to encounter each other and delve deeper into the body-mind connection in a safe, fun and relaxing way; 'checking-out' from the daily stress of our lives.

    Led by: Thania Acarón, BC-DMP, R-DMP 

    For more information please email:

    Times: 13:00-17:00 (4 hours)
    Where: G25 Art's Complex, St. Margaret's House Edinburgh, Midlothian EH7 6AE
    Dates: (3rd Saturday of the Month)
    September 21 January 18
    October 19 February 15
    November 16 March 15

    The Body Hotel group is looking for members who are willing to commit to at least 4 of the 6 monthly sessions in order to foster a consistent community space.

    Cost £40/£35 concessions* per session
    Save if you pre-book all six sessions: £230/£200 conc
    *First four sessions need to be paid at start of course, payment options can be discussed.
    Open to adults 18+, no movement experience necessary. Limited spaces available. Booking essential.

    Thania Acarón, BC-DMT LCAT R-DMP
    Dance Movement Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor
    Lecturer at Queen Margaret University
    MSc Programme in Dance Movement Psychotherapy

    PhD Candidate - University of Aberdeen
    Sociology - Interdisciplinary Approaches to Violence
  • 04 Sep 2013 4:57 PM
    Reply # 1381802 on 1105520
    Earn 7 ADTA/NBCC CE credits and stay right in your own home or office!

    Marketing Coaching Group for Creative Arts Therapists

    A new group will be starting up in January, 2014.

    At its core, marketing is about effective communication. You already know how to do that on a non-verbal level, so a big chunk of the work is done. The growth opportunity provided by this program is to embrace and dissolve the specific challenges “marketing” presents to you.

    • Open to all Creative Arts Therapists
    • Limited to 4 participants, to enhance the learning environment
    • Meetings are held via webinar conference – you can join from anywhere by computer or phone
    • The course will begin when there are 4 confirmed participants
    • Meeting days/times will be decided by the group members
    • Includes marketing content, as well as real time coaching and help with your professional business development goals.

    For more information, contact me:

    Annie Kirschenmann

    PS please share this info with Creative Arts Therapists in your network who might be interested!

  • 18 Sep 2013 8:11 PM
    Reply # 1392822 on 1105520
    Lora Wilson Mau (Administrator)
    The ADTA supports First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move Campaign and has released a white paper on Dance/Movement Therapy and Obesity in Children and Adolescents. Access the white paper on the home page.
  • 26 Sep 2013 3:09 PM
    Reply # 1399210 on 1105520
    JOB in Utah!!

    Seeking Dance/Movement Therapist - Dance Instructor

    at Lava Heights Academy of the Arts


    Lava Heights Academy is an adolescent residential treatment center and fine arts academy located in the St. George, Utah area with student clients from across the United States.  We seek to fully merge therapy, education, and artistic training into one dynamic program.  We are currently looking to fill the position of Dance/Movement Therapist - Dance Instructor with a credentialed dance/movement therapist.  A current therapy license from the State of Utah is not required but can be pursued.  Applicants must hold a related masters degree.  Responsibilities include:

    • -          Leading dance/movement therapy groups
    • -          Teaching private and group dance and movement classes
    • -          Creating choreography/directing dance pieces and performances
    • -          Acting as the choreographer as needed for theatre productions and performances
    • -          Collaborating and coordinating with a treatment team.
    • -          Doing all of this with a therapeutic awareness and approach. 

    Relocation assistance will be available.  Salary is dependent on education and experience.

    Lava Heights Vision Statement

    Lava Heights Academy sees the artistic process as one that is essentially therapeutic, developing, and improving when guided appropriately.  We see expressive and/or creative arts therapies, arts in education, and artistic training as an integrated and complimentary path to discovering and strengthening personal, family, and community identity and relationships.  Lava Heights is a facility where an adolescent residential treatment center, a fine arts academy, and an accredited secondary education program are merged into one dynamic program.

    If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to:

    Brant Wadsworth, M.A., RDT

    Program Director of Lava Heights Academy


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