Monthly Archives: March 2016

The interplay of personal and professional experiences in dance/movement therapy.

As a blog writer I always attempt to write posts that are relevant to my everyday life.  I attempt to write about a topic that I recently witnessed or experienced in my life as a professional dance/movement therapist; whether it … Continue reading

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10 reasons why it’s great to be a part of a creative arts therapy team.

In honor of this year’s Creative Arts Therapies week, the third week in March, I’m dedicating a blog post to my fellow creative art therapists co-workers.  In my current full-time position, I have the privilege of working alongside a music … Continue reading

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Integrating our artist and dancer selves in dance/movement therapy.

Last month I posted a blog discussing the loss of dance and the dancer self within the culture of dance/movement therapy (DMT).  I suggested that our modality has lost these elements, the elements that make us unique amongst other body-based … Continue reading

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