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  • 08 Apr 2014 12:07 AM
    Reply # 1533529 on 1105520

     

    Register now for early bird prices for this wonderful  workshop at the 92nd Street Y, NYC:


     

     Shared Creativity


     

    Special guest faculty:


     

    Fran Levy, EdD, LCSW, BC-DMT


     

    ……………………………………………………………………


     

    Sat-Sun, Apr 26-27, 2014


     

    1:30-6:30 pm, 2 sessions


     

    $185 until Apr 18/$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 copy and paste 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


     

     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 

  • 10 Apr 2014 11:57 AM
    Reply # 1535331 on 1105520
    Plan now for Summer in California

    CENTER FOR MOVEMENT EDUCATION & RESEARCH


    June 27-29 & July 11-13 2014


    Dance/Movement Therapy: Theory and Practice

    Level 3: Group and Individual Dance Therapy For the Higher Functioning Client


    Instructor: Bonnie Bernstein M.Ed., MFT, BC-DMT (MFC #24813)


    Course Description: This experiential and didactic course provides an in-depth investigation of dance/movement therapy with the higher functioning client seen in non-psychiatric settings. The techniques and methods are developed for the clinical population who seek therapy to deal with life challenges and who have the ego strength to work in insight-oriented dance/movement therapy. The training will focus on dance/movement therapy techniques and methods for creative transformation, addressing themes including but not limited to: developmental and character issues, family and relationship dynamics, blocks to meeting personal potential, life style issues, body image issues, grief and life transitions and recovery from trauma.

    The course will explore the theories, methods and contemporary applications of the Blanche Evan method of Dance/Movement/Word Therapy. The insight-oriented approaches of other pioneers: Espinak, Whitehouse and Chodorow will also be introduced. Participants will learn methods for working within community mental health clinics, private practice studios, trauma treatment programs, personal development workshops, and programs in the global community.

     

    DMT level 3 is designed as the third theories and practice course for students who are preparing for alternate route certification. It is also open to practicing professionals who are interested in the Blanche Evan Method to add new dimensions to their clinical skills. 

    “This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential” and for CE credit from the BBS (#3888)


    Date: June 27-29 & July 11-13, 2014
Time: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm


    Fees: $1100 (before May 27th) $1200 (after May 27th) $700 (CE students)


    Special Rate for DMT's taking for CE credit: 

    $650 IF you enroll before May 20th 2014 ( After May 20th $700)


    Location: Strawberry Creek Design Studio (near University and Sacramento St)

    1250 Addison Street Berkeley, CA 94702


    To Enroll contact: judy@cmer.info or call 310-600-0664

     

    Bonnie Bernstein is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Registered Expressive Arts Therapist and CAMFT Certified Supervisor. She was mentored by pioneer dance therapist Blanche Evan from 1970-82 and has developed her dance therapy methods for over forty years. She works primarily in in-depth, insight oriented dance/movement/word therapy for the higher functioning adult and has also worked with other populations including elders, children, psychiatric day patients and adults in physical rehabilitation. She has specialized in dance therapy for survivors of sexual trauma and has published in this area and in the area of treating trauma in the global community. In the past five years she has traveled to facilitate intensive month-long workshops for survivors of social trauma and sex trafficking in Kolkata, India. Ms. Bernstein's lifelong research has been on the therapeutic use of dance in indigenous world cultures. She has extensive experience teaching and supervising and currently teaches dance/movement therapy courses at Sofia University (formerly The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology) and J.F. Kennedy University. She is Director of Education for both CMER in the US and the CMER-Seoul program in South Korea. Ms. Bernstein has a private practice in Palo Alto, California.

     

  • 10 Apr 2014 8:26 PM
    Reply # 1535618 on 1105520

     SEEKING  BC-DMT to TEACH A  DANCE/MOVEMENT  THERAPY COURSE at MONMOUTH  UNIVERSITY, Long Branch, NJ

    See letter below, from the Chair of Dept of Psychological Counseling at Monmouth University:

     

    We are interested in  developing an elective in dance/movement therapy to be offered to students in our two Master's Degree programs. It would be a graduate-level course that must (by university regulation) be taught by someone holding at least a Master's Degree in a related field, preferably with experience in teaching a college course in this area (not just certificate or CE training). If you are interested or know someone with those credentials who may be, please let me know.

     

    This is an elective course planned for Spring 2015, so we have some time to get it ready. It would meet once per week for the duration of the Spring semester, and our classes usually meet in the evenings. The reimbursement depends on the graduate degree of the adjunct professor - Master's degree pay is 2600 per course, and those with doctorates receive 3000 per course.

     

    Since this is planned for Spring 2015, the need is not immediate. However, it would be good to identify someone with significant notice to have time to discuss the development of the course, review its content, etc.

     

     

    Very best regards,

     

    George M. Kapalka, PhD, ABPP

    Professor and Chair, Department of Psychological Counseling

    Monmouth University, Health Sciences Center

    Monmouth Corporate Park, Building C

    185 State highway 36, West Long Branch, NJ 07764

    Department Phone: 732-571-3570  Department Fax: 732-923-4661

    Direct line: 732-263-5583

    Department web site: http://www.monmouth.edu/academics/psychological_counseling/default.asp

    Personal web site: http://bluehawk.monmouth.edu/~gkapalka/

    email: gkapalka@monmouth.edu 

  • 13 Apr 2014 4:59 PM
    Reply # 1537001 on 1105520

    Only a few days left to register at discounted rate for this wonderful  workshop at the 92nd Street Y, NYC:

                                                                                                          

    Fran Levy, EdD, LCSW, BC-DMT

                                                                                                              
                                            is presenting a workshop:
     

     "Shared   Creativity"


    Sat-Sun, Apr 26-27, 2014

    1:30-6:30 pm, 2 sessions

    $185 until Apr 18 / $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 copy and paste 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


     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 Apr 2014 10:20 AM
    Reply # 1537331 on 1105520
    Plan now for Summer in California

    CENTER FOR MOVEMENT EDUCATION & RESEARCH

    June 27-29 & July 11-13 2014

    Dance/Movement Therapy: Theory and Practice
    Level 3: Group and Individual Dance Therapy For the Higher Functioning Client

    Instructor: Bonnie Bernstein M.Ed., MFT, BC-DMT (MFC #24813)

    Course Description: This experiential and didactic course provides an in-depth investigation of dance/movement therapy with the higher functioning client seen in non-psychiatric settings. The techniques and methods are developed for the clinical population who seek therapy to deal with life challenges and who have the ego strength to work in insight-oriented dance/movement therapy. The training will focus on dance/movement therapy techniques and methods for creative transformation, addressing themes including but not limited to: developmental and character issues, family and relationship dynamics, blocks to meeting personal potential, life style issues, body image issues, grief and life transitions and recovery from trauma.
    The course will explore the theories, methods and contemporary applications of the Blanche Evan method of Dance/Movement/Word Therapy. The insight-oriented approaches of other pioneers: Espinak, Whitehouse and Chodorow will also be introduced. Participants will learn methods for working within community mental health clinics, private practice studios, trauma treatment programs, personal development workshops, and programs in the global community.

    DMT level 3 is designed as the third theories and practice course for students who are preparing for alternate route certification. It is also open to practicing professionals who are interested in the Blanche Evan Method to add new dimensions to their clinical skills.
    “This course has been approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential” and for CE credit from the BBS (#3888)

    Date: June 27-29 & July 11-13, 2014
Time: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

    Fees: $1100 (before May 27th) $1200 (after May 27th) $700 (CE students)

    Special Rate for DMT's taking for CE credit:
    $650 IF you enroll before May 20th 2014 ( After May 20th $700)

    Location: Strawberry Creek Design Studio (near University and Sacramento St)
    1250 Addison Street Berkeley, CA 94702

    To Enroll contact: judy@cmer.info or call 310-600-0664

    Bonnie Bernstein is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Registered Expressive Arts Therapist and CAMFT Certified Supervisor. She was mentored by pioneer dance therapist Blanche Evan from 1970-82 and has developed her dance therapy methods for over forty years. She works primarily in in-depth, insight oriented dance/movement/word therapy for the higher functioning adult and has also worked with other populations including elders, children, psychiatric day patients and adults in physical rehabilitation. She has specialized in dance therapy for survivors of sexual trauma and has published in this area and in the area of treating trauma in the global community. In the past five years she has traveled to facilitate intensive month-long workshops for survivors of social trauma and sex trafficking in Kolkata, India. Ms. Bernstein's lifelong research has been on the therapeutic use of dance in indigenous world cultures. She has extensive experience teaching and supervising and currently teaches dance/movement therapy courses at Sofia University (formerly The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology) and J.F. Kennedy University. She is Director of Education for both CMER in the US and the CMER-Seoul program in South Korea. Ms. Bernstein has a private practice in Palo Alto, California.

  • 17 Apr 2014 9:24 AM
    Reply # 1539590 on 1105520

    KMP Review Class

    Come join your colleagues in reviewing the fundamentals of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Participants will review the entire two systems through didactic and experiential methods. Practice in application of the material in the context of group and individual formats will be an additional aspect of the workshop.

    Please bring along cases you would like to discuss.

    Where: 2214 N. Elston, Chicago, IL

    When: May 4th

    Time: 1:00-5:00

    Cost: $50.00

    RSVP: Stacey 312-543-2133

    Space is limited so reserve now!

    STACEY HURST

    LCPC, GLCMA, BC-DMT

    312-543-2133

    www.mbconnections.net

    smh_dmt@ameritech.net

     

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