Dance/Movement Therapy and Survivors of Torture: An ADTA Talk

Dance/Movement Therapy and Survivors of Torture: An ADTA Talk

Survivors of Torture Create Dances of Freedom Belonging. To self, body, home, country, past, present, and future . . ....

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...

#50Years50Ways Campaign with Dance/Movement Therapist Nalini Prakash

#50Years50Ways Campaign with Dance/Movement Therapist Nalini Prakash

Everyday, through the #50Years50Ways campaign, dance/movement therapists are working to advocate and educate the public about what we do. When...

Profile of a Dance/Movement Therapist: Marie King-Linares

Profile of a Dance/Movement Therapist: Marie King-Linares

Dance was deeply rooted in everyday life for Marie King-Linares. Even as she grew up in South Carolina amidst the...

Dance/Movement Therapy at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital

Dance/Movement Therapy at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital

Smiling girl lying in bed in hospital surrounded by doctors. Seven year old Tommy was a patient at SSM Health Cardinal...

2015: A Year End Review by Our President

2015: A Year End Review by Our President

As 2015 draws to a close and my second year as President of the American Dance Therapy Association begins, I...

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...

Love, Dance and Grandma

The holiday season has a way of offering painfully sweet reminders of loved ones who have left this world. The...