Monthly Archives: October 2014

The many definitions of self-care, part one.

One of the major components of being a dance/movement therapist (a Registered-Dance/Movement Therapist, in my case) is self-care.  The importance of self-care is right up there along with dance/movement therapy theory, movement observation/analysis, and clinical skills.  I have posted about … Continue reading

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A quick dance/movement therapy thought.

Where were you when you first sat down and read Levy’s, “Dance/movement therapy: A healing art?”

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The importance of the holding enviroment in dance/movement therapy.

I recently re-read my master’s thesis in preparation for my co-presentation at this year’s American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) Annual Conference.  As a side note, don’t do that unless you absolutely have to.  It’s torture to read it and find … Continue reading

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