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This intensive program takes place over three summers, for three weeks each June. The program offers the Dance/Movement Therapy course requirements of 270 hours for Alternate Route, plus 90 hours of Movement Observation and Analysis and 45 hours of Group Process in DMT, as required by the American Dance Therapy Association. All courses are approved by the ADTA as meeting the requirements for the R-DMT credential. Visit for more information on course requirements for Registry and Certification as a dance/movement therapist. Applicants to the program need to have at least begun a Masters Degree in a related field, or in one of the helping professions.

A current Alternate Route Dance/Movement Therapy cohort is already underway. The next cohort is scheduled to start June, 2020. For further information or an application to the program, contact Tina Erfer, Program Coordinator,