CMER DMT CLASSES
Enrollment & Refund Policy
Tuition is determined by course hours. A 50% course fee deposit is due at the time an application is submitted to hold your place in the class. Once the deposit is paid and the application is accepted, participants will receive a syllabus, course reading assignments and an E-Reader sent by DropBox.
The deposit holds your place in the course. Deposits not used for a given course may be applied to other courses within a one year period if cancellation happens THREE weeks before the start date of the course. There are NO refunds for lack of attendance. If a course is cancelled, your deposit will be returned.
CMER reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient registration. Final decisions regarding the status of each class are made two weeks before the scheduled start date. Before making travel arrangements, please contact CMER to be sure enough people have registered for the course.
Individuals who live outside the U.S.A. must pay additional fees for shipping and handling as required. Payment can be made in checks in U.S. dollars payable to CMER.
Information on Alternate Route Training In
Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT)
Training in Dance/Movement Therapy takes place on the graduate level. To become registered as a Dance/Movement Therapist, via alternate route training, specific DMT course content areas are required along with a Master’s Degree in a related field. (If you wish to apply for the National Counseling Exam and become a National Certified Counselor as well as a Registered Dance Movement Therapist, you will need a Master’s Degree in a mental health profession. If you plan to practice in the State of California, it is recommended you complete your MA Degree in a program that leads towards a psychotherapy license.)
CMER Alternate Route Courses
The CMER Alternate Route DMT Training offers coursework that can be applied to ADTA R-DMT level registry and the coursework adheres to the American Dance Therapy Association Guidelines for BC-DMT's Teaching Alternate Route Training Courses. All classes are supplemented by structured interim assignments. (Note: coursework does NOT include the clinical fieldwork and internship component).
CMER courses serve various populations, e.g. licensed Marriage Family
Therapists, LCSW, practicing mental health clinicians, educators, dancers,
students with a B.A. and artists from other disciplines. CMER is a
Continuing Education Provider approved by the California Board of Behavioral
Sciences for MFT and LCSW licensure requirements. Provider #3888. Check
specific courses which qualify for CE. CMER advises taking courses in sequential order, but selected courses
can be taken as single classes. Students wanting to complete the entire Alternate Route Training should
review the ADTA R-DMT Applicant Handbook carefully (www.adta.org).
For questions or additional information regarding this coursework, contact: