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Management

Boudewijn Heeren, President, Founder

Boudewijn is the father of a son with autism.  He has long been committed to the work of supporting mentally disabled children. Boudewijn has been working and living in China for many years and has a good understanding of and respect for the country and its culture.  In year 2005, he established Inspirees International with Dr. Tony Zhou in the Netherlands.

Dr. Tony Zhou, CEO, Founder

Tony holds a doctoral degree in biomedicine and has been working and living in China and Europe for many years.  Though trained as a scientist, he has been greatly intrigued by modern dance and dance therapy since 2002 and has played an important role in driving the development of dance therapy in China.  Tony served on an international advisory board for the journal Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy

Joan Wittig, BC-DMT, Training Program Director

Joan is an established dance therapist in US.  She is currently the Director of Graduate Dance/Movement Therapy Program in the Graduate Creative Arts Therapy Department, at Pratt Institute.  Joan has 24 years of clinical experience and 16 years of teaching experience.  She served on the Approval Committee of the ADTA from 2005 till 2010. Joan made a significant contribution in the effort to get creative arts therapy as a professional licensed in New York State.  Her work has been recognized with an Outstanding Service Award from the ADTA in 2002 and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the New York Art Therapy Association in 2003. Since 2010, Joan has been involved with the dance therapy training program development in China with Inspirees, and has travelled often to China to teach in our professional courses as well as many workshops. 




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