American Dance Therapy Association 52nd Annual Conference

November 2-5, 2017
San Antonio, Texas

Movement as Pathway to Neuro Resilience and Social Connection:
Dance/Movement Therapy at the Forefront

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Hotel Reservations

Thursday Events

Thursday Intensives

Advocacy Day – Free Event

Thursday Seminars

Friday Events

Friday Seminar

Marian Chace Foundation Lecture – Robyn Flaum Cruz, PhD, BC-DMT

“The Moving Child” Film – Free Public Event

Saturday Events

Keynote Speaker

Saturday Seminars

International Panel

Sunday Events

Sunday Seminars

Friday Film – Free Public Event

November 3rd

7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The Moving Child

Hana Kamea Kemble, RCC, BC-DMT, CLMA and a panel of dance/movement therapists who appear in the film

The Moving Child Film educates parents and caregivers about the importance of dynamic movement for children’s emotional, social and mental, and physical wellbeing.

The Moving Child shares best practices for supporting children in their naturally unfolding movement development, and features a variety of experts in child development and movement-based therapy, including Dance/Movement Therapists.

Hana’s talk will include mention of key themes for movement’s key role in child development and the showing of The Moving Child Film.

Hana will introduce and close the evening with movement experientials, and there will at evening end be an opportunity for questions and answers with a panel of several Dance/Movement Therapists featured in the film.  (NBCC CE hours; ADTA CE hours; NY LCAT CPE hours)

Hana Kamea Kemble, RCC, BC-DMT, CLMA is the Producer and Director of The Moving Child Film and a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. Hana integrates movement, yoga, attachment psychology and music into her work as a counsellor and community educator. She teaches Dance/Movement Therapy to students and professionals through West Coast Dance/Movement Therapy (, and currently works as a counsellor and yoga teacher for indigenous communities in the Chilcotin region of BC, Canada.

Panel of Featured Dance/Movement Thrapists 
Charne Furcron, Amber E.L. Gray, Kalila Homann, Laurie Jones, Susan Kierr, Rena Kornblum, Dennis McCarthy, Renee Ortega, and Suzi Tortora



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