MA, BC-DMT, NCC, CYT, E-RYT 500
This workshop is intended for individuals who would
like an introduction to the basic concepts of dance/movement therapy.
Students, dancers, therapists, and those interested in the transformative
elements of creative movement experience are welcome. No prior movement
experience is necessary. This course meets the qualifications for
6 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required
by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (Provider #3888).
This course will introduce participants to Dance/Movement
Therapy as a creative arts therapy modality. The history of the DMT field
will be discussed along with the major tenets of mind/body integration,
nonverbal communication and emotional expressive movement. The process
of finding personal meaning in thoughtful embodied experience will be
explored through movement experientials and lecture presentations. In addition, the principles of Yoga and Dance/Movement Therapy will be used in experiential movement. What is ancient and what is modern? Spend the afternoon moving in Yoga with BC-DMT Kathy Cass.
Participants will be presented with a general
overview of the field.
Participants will engage in movement experiences
that highlight basic
Participants will learn
how emotional experiences impact body functioning.
Participants will increase awareness of their
non-verbal expressive style.
Course Date and Time:
Sunday, June 14th
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The Loyola Marymount University (LMU) campus is located in West Los
The workshop location is a 15 minute drive from Los Angeles
International Airport (LAX).
||Loyola Marymount University
Burns Fine Arts Center - Studio 239
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Map and directions to the campus can be found below:
Directions | Campus
Course Registration and Fee:
deposit must be received to
reserve your space in
and is due at the time your application is submitted.
Note To Previous Attendees:
If you have already taken this CMER DMT Intro Workshop in the past or have R-DMT or BC-DMT credentials and only wish to take part in the experiential routines later in the day, you have the option to attend the Afternoon session only for a discounted price of $100. This option earns 3 CEU's and can be found on the registration form for this workshop.
A course fee deposit is due at the time an application
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 the cancellation happens THREE weeks before class starts. 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 usually made two weeks before the scheduled start
date. Before making flight arrangements, please contact CMER to be sure enough
people have registered for the course.
To register, simply download the the course enrollment form found
at the link at the top of this page and mail it, along with your deposit,
to the following address:
P.O. Box 2001 • Sebastopol, CA 95473
Please make checks payable to:
Center For Movement Education And Research
For registration information or questions, please call: