Claiming Identity in the Body: Supporting Sexual Identity Development for Queer Folk in Dance/Movement Therapy

Claiming Identity in the Body: Supporting Sexual Identity Development for Queer Folk in Dance/Movement Therapy

Supporting Individuals of All Identities through a Body-Centered Approach The development of a person’s sexual identity within an oppressive system...

A New Therapeutic Norm: Dance/Movement Therapy with Individuals with Mental Illness

A New Therapeutic Norm: Dance/Movement Therapy with Individuals with Mental Illness

A Window into Dance/Movement Therapy Sessions with Individuals Diagnosed with Mental Illness There’s power in looking silly and not caring...

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...

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...

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...

Exploring Dance/Movement Therapy Private Practice: Five Things to Consider Before Taking the Leap

Venturing into private practice as a dance/movement therapist, or even contemplating it, can feel daunting and overwhelming. It does not...

A New Therapeutic Norm: Dance/Movement Therapy with Individuals with Mental Illness

“There’s power in looking silly and not caring that you do.” –Amy Pohler I currently work as a dance/movement therapist...

Profile of a Dance/Movement Therapist: Dr. Charné Furcron

Profile of a Dance/Movement Therapist: Dr. Charné Furcron

Integrating Dance/Movement Therapy Training and Educational Prowess Dance found Charné Furcron early on, wrapping her up and gently healing her...