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Inspirees ADTA Professional Training - Beijing Pre-course

ADTA Alternate Route Program - Pre-course

Beijing, September 2-4, 2016

This pre-course will present the fundamental concepts of Dance/Movement Therapy, from its roots in ancient dance rituals to contemporary clinical practice. Dance/Movement Therapy is based on the fact that the mind and body are in a constant reciprocal relationship, and that movement is a powerful source forself-awareness, expression, and communication.

As a first step in studying dance/movement therapy, we must become aware of our embodied self, our own movement preferences and patterns, and our own “personal dance”. Through both structured and unstructured movement improvisation activities, students will have an opportunity for personal exploration and the development of self-awareness and self-expression on a body level. Dance/movement therapy also ignites the creative process. The act of engaging in dance and movement invites the healing properties of creativity, playfulness, and imagination. Students will be introduced to the use of imagery as it emerges through moving solo and with others.

The movement improvisational activities will be based on the foundational work of early dance/movement therapists Marian Chace and Mary Whitehouse. Both of these dance therapists emerged from the world of dance,and they developed different but highly effective approaches to the psychotherapeutic use of dance and movement. These approaches remain essential to the training and practice of dance/movement therapists today. Movement improvisation, didactic presentation, writing, and visual art will be utilized to explore the core concepts of each approach.

Objectives:

  1. Gain a beginning understanding of the theory and practice of dance/movement therapy as developed by early practitioners
  2. Increase self-awareness on a body level
  3. Experience movement exploration and improvisation as a path to a deeper connection with oneself, and as a path to communicate and connect with others
  4. Understand the requirements and the structure of the Inspirees DMT program

Instructor: Jean Seibel 

BC-DMT,LCAT,NCC  Jean is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist (BC-DMT) and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT) with over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience.  Currently, Jean is a supervising dance /movement therapist at Jacobi Medical Center in the north Bronx where she works with adults who have been diagnosed with mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders.  She is on the faculty at Pratt Institute, is a guest lecturer at Lesley University, teaches body communication at New York University’s Sino-American International Summer Training Program for social workers from Taiwan, and previously has taught and been fieldwork coordinator for the graduate dance /movement therapy program at Sarah Lawrence College.  Jean is active in the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), having served on its credentialing committee, co-coordinated a national conference and was Vice President and Program Director of the ADTA’s New York State chapter.  At Catholic Charities, Jean developed the first dance therapy program for people with developmental disabilities.  She has published articles in the American Journal of the ADTA, including “Behind the Gates: Dance/Movement Therapy in a Woman’s Prison.”  Additional training and expertise include Authentic Movement and combining family therapy with dance/movement therapy. In addition to teaching and her work at Jacobi Medical Center, Jean maintains a private clinical practice.

For application, please contact with Ms. Shen 15911509565 or email to dmt@inspirees.com.




Inspirees Nirvana - Dance/Movement Therapy Workshop (Wuhan)

“If you can walk, you can dance; if you can breathe you can move.” (Zimbabwe proverb)

Why take this workshop?

From the moment we are born we moved and it is through our bodies and movement that we express the wholeness of who we are.  To reclaim our bodies and to honor their many daily dances is to rediscover our selves as active beings, capable of making a difference in our world. In this way, we can more fully and authentically live our lives embrace deep sources of wisdom and creativity.

What is the focus of this workshop?

In this personal growth workshop, we will use dance and movement in conjunction with other forms of creative expression to explore aspects of who we are as embodied being in relationship to ourselves and others.The workshop will use individual and group structures,with music andin silence, to explore and deepen personal awareness and understanding. Specific class experiences will be based on Laban Movement Analysis, Kinesiology/ Somatics, as well as approaches used by Chace (group work, mirroring), Whitehouse (Authentic Movement), Bartenieff (Laban Movement Analysis)and others.  The primary focus of this workshop will be on the participants’ individual experiences and personal growth discoveries, rather than on didactic or theoretical information.

Who should take this workshop?

This workshop is for students currently enrolled in any of Inspiree’s Dance/Movement Therapy training programs, as well as any one interested in enrolling in an Inspiree’s program, as well as psychotherapists, dancers and anyone interested in expanding their capacity for personal expression, communication and awareness.  For DMT students, embodied self-awareness is an essential component of dance/movement therapy training. The class does not require any previous movement experiences.

What is Dance/Movement Therapy?

Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT) is a psychotherapeutic field that uses many different forms of dance, movement and body expression to deepen our ability to relate to our self and others in a healthy more authentic manner.DMT’s goal is to engage the mind, emotions and spirit through movement, to promote growth and transformation.

Instructor: Jean Seibel 

BC-DMT,LCAT,NCC  Jean is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist (BC-DMT) and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT) with over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience.  Currently, Jean is a supervising dance /movement therapist at Jacobi Medical Center in the north Bronx where she works with adults who have been diagnosed with mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders.  She is on the faculty at Pratt Institute, is a guest lecturer at Lesley University, teaches body communication at New York University’s Sino-American International Summer Training Program for social workers from Taiwan, and previously has taught and been fieldwork coordinator for the graduate dance /movement therapy program at Sarah Lawrence College.  Jean is active in the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA), having served on its credentialing committee, co-coordinated a national conference and was Vice President and Program Director of the ADTA’s New York State chapter.  At Catholic Charities, Jean developed the first dance therapy program for people with developmental disabilities.  She has published articles in the American Journal of the ADTA, including “Behind the Gates: Dance/Movement Therapy in a Woman’s Prison.”  Additional training and expertise include Authentic Movement and combining family therapy with dance/movement therapy. In addition to teaching and her work at Jacobi Medical Center, Jean maintains a private clinical practice.

Time & Site: September 8-11, 2016 Wuhan.

Tuition: 6000RMB/4 days; 5000RMB for Inspirees students and group (3 or over 3 people). 

The course is limited to 20 participants.

 

For application, please contact with Ms. Shen 15911509565 or email to dmt@inspirees.com.

 




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Why take this workshop?

From the moment we are born we moved and it is through our bodies and movement that we express the wholeness of who we are.  To reclaim our bodies and to honor their many daily dances is to rediscover our selves as active beings, capable of making a difference in our world. In this way, we can more fully and authentically live our lives embrace deep sources of wisdom and creativity.

What is the focus of this workshop?

In this personal growth workshop, we will use dance and movement in conjunction with other forms of creative expression to explore aspects of who we are as embodied being in relationship to ourselves and others.The workshop will use individual and group structures,with music andin silence, to explore and deepen personal awareness and understanding. Specific class experiences will be based on Laban Movement Analysis, Kinesiology/ Somatics, as well as approaches used by Chace (group work, mirroring), Whitehouse (Authentic Movement), Bartenieff (Laban Movement Analysis)and others.  The primary focus of this workshop will be on the participants’ individual experiences and personal growth discoveries, rather than on didactic or theoretical information.

Who should take this workshop?

This workshop is for students currently enrolled in any of Inspiree’s Dance/Movement Therapy training programs, as well as any one interested in enrolling in an Inspiree’s program, as well as psychotherapists, dancers and anyone interested in expanding their capacity for personal expression, communication and awareness.  For DMT students, embodied self-awareness is an essential component of dance/movement therapy training. The class does not require any previous movement experiences.

What is Dance/Movement Therapy?

Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT) is a psychotherapeutic field that uses many different forms of dance, movement and body expression to deepen our ability to relate to our self and others in a healthy more authentic manner.DMT’s goal is to engage the mind, emotions and spirit through movement, to promote growth and transformation.

Instructor:

MA, BC-DMT    Linda Aaron-Cort has enjoyed a long and diverse career as a dance/movement therapist.In addition to her position as a trainer with Inspirees Institute, she teaches dance/movement therapy for the Center for Movement Education and Research in California and Seoul, Korea. Her past clinical work and teaching includes: Director of the Creative Therapies Department at First Hospital Vallejo, Program Director of the Serenity Eating Disorders Program at the Mt Diablo Medical Pavilion, and faculty at the Authentic Movement Institute.She has designed and implemented a wide range of mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults, and in recent years has focused on co-occurring disorders and addiction. She currently serves on the Dance/movement Therapy Certification Board and works as a dance/movement therapist at John Muir Behavioral Health in Concord, California.

For application, please contact with Ms. Shen 15911509565, 4006 618 717, or email to dmt@inspirees.com.







     
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