The New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association
The NEADTA hosts events all over New England throughout the year. These events are held to promote awareness of dance/movement therapy, provide information to those interested in learning more about dance/movement therapy and to bring current members of the NEADTA together.
Events for members include peer supervision, BC-DMT/R-DMT meet and greet and opportunities for members to receive information to promote dance/movement therapy in their work place and community.
Non-members can learn more about dance/movement therapy by attending events that are open to the public, such as, movement choirs scheduled for special events and the annual Spring Conference.
Dance Movement Therapy: Strengthening the Development of Self, Practice, and Profession.
Annabelle F. Coote, MA, LMHC, BC-DMT, CADC, NCC
Thank you to all of the members, students, professionals, and friends that attended this years conference. It was a wonderful day spent with like minded individuals. Beginning with Annabelle Cootes moving Keynote. Thank you to Annabelle and all whom attended for helping to set the tone of the day.
Also, thank you to those that donated to the NEADTA Penny Lewis/Norma Canner Student Scholarship Fund raffle, and to those that purchased tickets.
Items were donated by:
Audrey Albert King
Sivan Rose Elefson
We appreciate your continued support!
Please share any pictures you have from the conference with us to post on the website!
Please let us know if you are running a workshop and would like it posted on the website.
Lesley University students are putting together a resource book on DMT groups and individual sessions. The deadline for submissing is June 1, 2012. Please click here to view more information! Please note: The NEADTA is supporting getting the word out to DMT's, however, all questions should be directed to e-mail address listed on the flier.
Dance Obama January 2009
In front of Boston City Hall
Students at Lesley University participate in a movement choir to celebrate National Dance Week.