ADTA CE Webinars

            

Welcome to the ADTA Continuing Education Webinar page!  The ADTA is pleased to provide top quality Webinar programming designed to help you earn continuing education credits, increase your knowledge of the Dance/Movement Therapy field, and support your overall professional development.

 

On this page you will find information about upcoming ADTA Webinar offerings. The ADTA provides continuing education credits for Dance/Movement Therapists wishing to maintain their credentials.

 

ADTA is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. 

  

Please check with your relevant licensing boards to determine if ADTA and/or NBCC continuing education units are accepted. The following webinars are each 1 CE for 1 clock hour.

Upcoming events

    • 04 Feb 2015
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Webinar: Eastern Time

    United by Our Differences: DMT and the Dance of Inclusion in a Multicultural and Diverse World  

    with Angela Tatum Fairfax, PhD, LPC, BC-DMT, NCC

    Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 7:30 PM EST
    Registration closes February 3, 2015


    Description:

    It is virtually impossible to complete an application without divulging personal identity factors such as age, race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, etc. Western society in particular is constructed of categorization which emphasizes separateness and difference. However, the zeitgeist in the helping professions has shifted to more inclusive models of multiculturalism and diversity to strive for understanding and acceptance. This has proven to be a delicate dance for many therapists including DMTs to balance cultural competence, awareness and sensitivity when working with clients from different backgrounds and worldviews. To address this important shift the ADTA endorsed the formation of the Multicultural and Diversity Committee (MDC) in 2008 to meet the needs of a new diverse generation of DMTs. In 2009, Affinity Groups began forming in affiliation with the MDC to serve particular constituencies and to give voice to non-dominant groups within the DMT community. We will explore the four layers of diversity and nine complex cultural factors and influences as a means to work through our personal differences to create a community of inclusiveness in our DMT practice.

    OBJECTIVES

    1. Participants will gain understanding of the four layers of diversity and nine complex cultural factors and influences in relation to DMT theory and practice.
    2. Participants will be able to identify personal attitudes and behaviors toward valuing diversity.
    3. Participants will gain foundational knowledge of the current need for the Multicultural and Diversity Committee and Affinity Groups within the ADTA structure.

    BIO

    Angela Tatum Fairfax, PhD, LPC, BC-DMT, NCC is CEO and Chief Clinician of Good Fruit Expressive Arts Counseling and Psychotherapy LLC, a mental health and wellness practice that focuses on reducing stress and creating a holistic mental, physical and spiritual life balance through therapeutic expressive arts. She is a sought after Transformational Healer, Speaker, Author, Stress Management Coach, Educator and Corporate Consultant. Dr. Angela is passionate about the interconnection of culture and spirituality especially in relation to healing practices through dance and has taught nationally and internationally regarding multicultural aspects of sacred dance and dance/movement therapy. As a professional member of the American Dance Therapy Association, Dr. Angela serves on the Board of Directors, is a charter member and Chair of the Multicultural and Diversity Committee, President of the Pennsylvania Chapter, Vice President of the Black American and African Descendants Affinity Group and member of the Standards and Ethics Committee. She also holds membership with the American Psychological Association, the Association of Black Psychologists, the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce and the National Liturgical Dance Network. 

    Connecting to webinars:
    PC-based attendees
    Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
    Mac®-based attendees
    Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
    Mobile attendees
    Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet

    • 11 Feb 2015
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Webinar: Eastern Time

    Black History and the "Black Lives Matter" Movement -- Implications for DMT Practice in a Supposed "Post-Racial" Society  

    with Lysa Monique Jenkins-Hayden, BBA, MA, CH, LPC

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 7:30 PM EST
    Registration closes February 10, 2015.


    Description:

    For several historical periods, movement behavior was dictated and prescribed in strict dominance and submission reciprocals, known as racial etiquettes. Historically, state Jim Crow laws or social customs governed the gestures and postures of Black persons, who were to convey docile compliance, and White persons were to display superiority.  While many think of racism as an issue of the past, scholarly literature states that “modern racism” does indeed have a form, known as racial microagressions. Currently the “Black Lives Matter” Movement has implored all to reconsider whether we truly live in the “post-racial” society espoused by many after the election of President Obama.  Evaluations, values, beliefs, and attitudes about one’s self and others contribute to the development of body image and expressions of racism. How racism is imbedded into our cultural idealization and denigrations and impact the therapeutic use of movement will be explored.

    Objectives:

    1. Participants will gain foundational understandings about the definitions, theory, and clinical considerations about race, ethnicity, and racism.
    2. Participants will gain insights about how the historical context contributes to modern day racism, known as microagressions.
    3. Participants will gain foundational understanding of historical psychological theories of race and how they potentially inform current day client/clinician interaction 

    Bio

    Lysa Monique Jenkins-Hayden, BBA, MA, CH, LPC earned her MA from Drexel’s DMT Program and her BS in business administration. Her thesis “Movement Encounters in Black and White: Understanding race and cultural competence in DMT” stimulated the creation of the Black American and African Descendants (BAAD) ADTA affinity group. She is the creator/ publisher/editor of The BAAD Review, a publication to broaden clinicians’ worldview and Afro-centric sensibility regarding health, on the BAAD website, (www.baadaffinitygroup.weebly.com). A charter member of ADTA’s Multicultural/Diversity Committee (MDC), and annual MDC Conference Manager, she organized the 2013 ADTA Conference “Bridge” initiative to begin dance and dialogue between DMTs and indigenous cultural dance/healing practitioners. Currently she works in private practice (www.inspiredtherapy.weebly.com) and is a national speaker on clinical cultural competence, small businesses marketing, and advises organizations on equity, diversity, and inclusion.


    Connecting to webinars:
    PC-based attendees
    Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
    Mac®-based attendees
    Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
    Mobile attendees
    Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet

    • 07 Apr 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Webinar: Eastern Time

    A Healing Pathway is a Creative Process:
    DMT with Children Affected by War Trauma and Human Rights Abuse; Part 2-Children  

    with Amber Elizabeth Lynn Gray, MPH, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, LPCC

    Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 7 PM EST
    Registration closes April 6, 2015.


    Description:

    Coming soon.


    Objectives:

    1. Coming soon.

    Bio

    Amber Elizabeth Lynn Gray, MPH, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, LPCC, provides training and consultation nationally and internationally to organizations working with survivors of war, torture, and natural disasters. Currently the Director of Restorative Resources Consulting and Training and its non-profit heart, Trauma Resources International, she was Clinical Director at Rocky Mountain Survivors Center for almost six years, Director of Haiti’s first program for Victims of Organized Violence for one year, and Refugee Mental Health Coordinator in New Mexico for 7 years.  She is a Clinical Advisor with The Center for Victims of Torture. One of the primary focuses of her international work is embodied staff care and support programs for humanitarian workers in complex humanitarian emergencies.  She publishes and speaks regularly on DMT and trauma and is the 2010 recipient of the ADTA Outstanding Achievement Award.


    Connecting to webinars:

    PC-based attendees
    Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

    Mac®-based attendees
    Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer

    Mobile attendees
    Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet



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