This 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.
The emphasis of this class is client-therapist co-regulation as both a self-care and a clinical skill that supports DMT’s ability to support clients through their own post-trauma restorative process without re-traumatization. Drawing from a contemplative human rights framework, empowerment and developing a reciprocal alliance are focuses of this course. This class also provides participants with a practical introduction and overview to using DMT in work with survivors of trauma, as well as for therapists own resilience and well-being. The course teaches DMT practices to support safety and stability in the reciprocal therapeutic relationship. A contemporary, evidenced-based phasic approach to working with complex trauma provides the foundation for theoretical material.
Students will receive the ZOOM invitation when registered.
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Please register early as there is a limit on the number of students.
CEUs from the ADTA are available.
Class meets Apr 9 from 6-9:30 pm ET, and Apr 10 & 11 from 2-6 pm ET; $300 until Apr 1 / $350 after