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...

22 Reasons I Am Grateful To Be a Dance/Movement Therapist

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Emily’s Blog: Dance.Movement.Therapy. Thanksgiving is the time of year that Americans reflect on...

Dance/Movement Therapy and Palliative Medicine: An ADTA Talk

The end of life process is filled with emotion, grief, discomfort and uncertainty. In this honest and informative ADTA Talk,...

Letting Go: Dance/Movement Therapy for Caregivers

Editor’s Note: November is National Family Caregiver’s Month. In her previous post, Natasha wrote about some of the challenges caregivers face and...

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...

Dance/Movement Therapy in the School Setting

Working as a dance/movement therapist in an elementary school setting is a rewarding and vibrant experience. In New York City elementary...

“Hopeful Aging” Highlights Dance/Movement Therapy with Older Adults

In this informative and “moving” interview, board-certified dance/movement therapist Donna Newman-Bluestein, speaks with host Dr. John Zeisel on the program...

Dance/Movement Therapy at Mattel Children’s Hospital

“Movement is our innate way of communicating. It’s something that we all naturally do… Everyone moves.” This idea of connecting...

Highlighting Dance/Movement Therapy on National Dementia Carer Day

  Dementia is a devastating, progressive illness that is on the rise and affects each of us. Caring for someone...

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...