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...

Spotlight on Dance/Movement Therapist Dianne Dulicai

Dianne Dulicai’s career path is the epitome of serendipitous magic arising from passion, preparation, inquisitiveness, and a willingness to take...

“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...

Ten Ways Dance/Movement Therapists Can Celebrate National Yoga Month

September, a month many begrudgingly associate with saying goodbye to summertime, can also give you reason to celebrate. In 2008,...

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...

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.”...

What is Authentic Movement?

My first experience as mover in Authentic Movement was profound. My heart sent cascades of tingles through my body, little...

Spotlight on Dance/Movement Therapist Jenny Baxley Lee

Amidst beautiful green trees, Jenny Baxley Lee smiles. “I have not wasted one moment of my life, not one. Everything...