Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Those of us who steward the restorative process for survivors of trauma are exposed to stories, histories and emotions that impact our own well-being and worldview.
In tending to others, our own hearts encounter suffering and fear. Current neuropsychiatric research suggests that human beings are soft-wired for empathy, which connects us, and increases our risk for vicarious trauma. Research supports contemplative practices and physical activity as fundamental to well-being. The body and movement provide the most direct access to change that promotes well-being. This 15-hour course provides theoretical, scientific and contemplative rationale for the use of dance movement therapy with traumatized clients and as a measure of protection, self-care and increased compassion. This playshop provides participants with a practical introduction and overview to using DMT in work with survivors of trauma as well as for our own resilience and well-being.
Session I: Fri, Oct 19, 6:30-9:30 pm
Session II: Sat, Oct 20, 12-6 pm
Session III: Sun, Oct 21, 12-6 pm
$325 until Oct 12 / $350 after
Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) Intensive
Guest facilitators from the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries
Dance Therapy Program
Harkness Center for Dance Injuries