#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...

Vision 2021 – Strategic Planning ADTA Style

Vision 2021 – Strategic Planning ADTA Style

“The future is not some place we are going, but one we are creating. The paths are not to be...

Mental Wellness and Children in Dance/Movement Therapy

Mental Wellness and Children in Dance/Movement Therapy

Mental Wellness Awareness Month offers an opportunity to take a closer look at the prognosis of mental health in our...

Mental Wellness: The Importance of Self-Care

Often in the field of mental health and medicine, we focus on the treatment, rather than prevention, of disorders. Of...

Thoughts on How Dance/Movement Therapy Can Prevent Violence

Dance/movement therapy (DMT) is currently practiced in mental health settings, rehabilitation, medical, educational, and forensic settings, nursing homes, day care...

A Feasibility Study of the Effects of Dance/Movement Therapy on Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Journal Brief

A recent pilot study exploring the use of mirroring in the treatment of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder...

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,...