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The Rhythm of Resilience: How Dance Movement Therapy Supports the Development and Sustainability of Resilience

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Date(s) - 04/08/2016
All Day

Location
Naropa University - Paramita Campus

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The Rhythm of Resilience:
How Dance Movement Therapy Supports the Development and Sustainability of Resilience

2nd Local Dance Movement Therapy Conference
Friday, April 8th, 6 pm – 8 pm: Keynote address & networking
Saturday, April 9th, 8 am – 6 pm: Presentation sessions

Cost:
ADTA Member: $75 half day, $125 full day
Nonmember of the ADTA: $85 half day, $140 full day
Student: $25 half day, $40 full day
Register at http://adtarockymountain.org/2016-conference

Conference proceeds support local students and professionals through scholarships, educational opportunities, and networking.

http://adtarockymountain.org/2016-conference/

Keynote Speaker: We are so delighted and honored to announce Amber Elizabeth Gray, MPH, MA, BC-DMT, LPCC, NCC as our Keynote Speaker for the 2016 Conference!

Amber has spent much of the last 17 years dancing and working in Haiti. Formerly co-director of The Planetary Dance Ensemble, she began to study Haitian dance in 1991. Her passion for Haitian dance led her to Dance Movement Therapy. Her professional journey includes public health, somatic psychology, political science, dance movement therapy, deep tissue bodywork, cranial-sacral therapy, aromatherapy, shiatsu, hatha yoga, Continuum Movement and a life long commitment to human rights and social change. Amber is recognized as a pioneer in movement therapies and trauma, and she received the 2010 ADTA Outstanding Achievement Award for her global dance therapy work with survivors of displacement, violence, war, torture and natural disasters.

Conference schedule will be released soon!

Group Supervision Panelists:
Jilba Wallace, MA, LPC, BC-DMT
Melanie Smithson, MA, LPC, BC-DMT
Vonie Stillson, MA, BC-DMT
Jenny Epstein Kessem, MA, LPC, BC-DMT

Presentations by:
Ryan Kennedy, LAC, LMFT, LPC, RN, CACIII
NCC, CGP, DBTC, BC-DMT, CLMA, RSME/T
Learning, Defense, and Developing Mastery: How Understanding and Working with KMP Precursors of
Effort Can Support Client Resilience

Susan Schoon,MC/MFTC, LAC, R-DMT
Rhythm, Movement, and Shared Resilience

Vonie Stillson, MA, BC-DMT
Aquatic D/MT

Melissa Walker MA, LPC, R-DMT
Sexual Schemas in Motion: Dance Movement Sex Therapy for Erotic Fullness

Karen Jensen, MA, R-DMT & Deb Silver MA, R-DMT
Embodied Explorations of Consent

Karen Jensen, MA, R-DMT
Honoring the Rise & Fall of Sexual Arousal & Pleasure

Zina Mercil, LPCC, R-DMT, RSMT, RYT200
Using the Five Fundamental Actions to support meaning-making and resiliency in clients with life-altering medical setbacks

Alicia Patterson MA, R-DMT
Eros + The Body: A Somatic Based Experiential Workshop for working with Individuals and / or Couples on Sexual & Relational Resiliency

Damien Leuthold
Original Trauma (OT): Why does earliest experience matter now? has been accepted for a 60-minute workshop