Dance/Movement Therapy in the School Setting

Dance/Movement Therapy in the School Setting

Young Children: Addressing Brain, Body and Psychological Functioning through Dance Working as a dance/movement therapist in an elementary school setting is...

“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...

Dance/Movement Therapy with Children in Pediatric Medicine: An ADTA Talk

In this ADTA Talk, board-certified dance/movement therapist Lori Baudino, PsyD shares the story of a young girl, Natalie, who is...

50 Years — 50 Ways to Advocate for Dance/Movement Therapy

  ADTA’s 50/50 Campaign In 2016 the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) celebrates its 50th year as an organization. Beginning at the ADTA’s...

ADTA’s 50th Anniversary Conference: Special Events

50th Anniversary Celebration Several committees are busily planning special events for this conference and throughout the coming year to mark...

International Day to Support Victims of Torture: How Trauma Affects the Body

Today, June 26th, is International Day to Support Victims of Torture. On this day, the United Nations invites individuals to...

Ten Reasons to Attend the ADTA’s Annual Conference

It’s that time of year again – time to go  to the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) website and register...