Afro-Caribbean Dance Healing System – Connection. Meaning. Power: An ADTA Talk

Afro-Caribbean Dance Healing System – Connection. Meaning. Power: An ADTA Talk

As a board certified dance/movement therapist and educator, Maria E. Rivera highlights the use of Afro-Caribbean dance as a cultural...

5 Ways Dance/Movement Therapists Share Their Work with the World

5 Ways Dance/Movement Therapists Share Their Work with the World

Dance/Movement Therapists in Action Since 1966, the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) has been the sole U.S. organization dedicated to the...

Highlight of the Dance/Movement Therapy Year

As 2015 winds down, I am reflecting on the meaningful moments of the year. As a dance/movement therapist the highlight...

One Billion Rising 2016–Call to Action

 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign began on November 25th. The 16 Days Campaign was initiated in 1991...

Moving Dance/Movement Therapy Forward: ADTA Talks 2015

Lights, camera, action! Dance/movement therapists from all-over the world are gearing-up to present on camera to educate the world about...

Preventing Suicide: Reaching Out and Saving Lives

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the...

Dance/Movement Therapy, Mindfulness and Substance Abuse Recovery: An ADTA Talk

Dance/Movement Therapy, Mindfulness and Substance Abuse Recovery: An ADTA Talk

Board-certified dance/movement therapist and registered yoga therapist Emma Barton has over a decade of experience providing movement-based and mindfulness recovery...

Dance/Movement Therapist Interviewed on The Trauma Therapist Podcast

“Every human being has the right to inhabit his or her body in the way that he or she chooses.”...