Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Women in Midlife: How are We Doing? A DMT Perspective.
The benefits of dance/movement therapy (DMT) as a psychotherapeutic intervention are well-established. The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), founded in 1966, is a professional organization dedicated to the profession of dance/movement therapy. Dance/movement therapy uses movement to "further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual." Through movement, DMT can help individuals with a wide range of psychological disorders achieve greater self-expression.
The American Dance Therapy Association
49th Annual Conference
November 6 - 9, 2014
Collaborations: A Mosaic of Possibilities
In collaboration with the National Dance Education Organization
Ms. Stacey Greene is a contestant for Miss International, representing St. Kitts and Nevis. Fortunately for the ADTA, Ms. Greene has selected dance/movement therapy as her platform and in the Miss International process, is speaking out about the ADTA and about the benefits of dance/movement therapy. We are so lucky to have someone as talented, confident and influential as Stacey bringing the work of dance/movement therapists to a broader community. See more about Stacey at her website: Stacey Greene
Summer edition of the ADTA newsletter is now posted! Log in to read.
- 2014 Election Results
- In memory of Emilie Conrad
- International news from Canada and Puerto Rico
Click here to read or download the ADTA white paper on Dance/Movement Therapy and Obesity in Children and Adolescents.
In the United States of America, the following are registered under the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as service marks, registered marks or certification marks of the American Dance Therapy Association: ADTA®, R-DMT® (Registered-Dance/Movement Therapist), and BC-DMT® (Board Certified-Dance/Movement Therapist).