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.
Co-Host: Antioch University New England
Date: April 6, 2013
Title: Moving for Peace:
Prevention and Dance Movement Therapy
Presenting on "Moving Toward Peace"
Are you a student or an NEADTA member looking to get more involved in the chapter? If so volunteering for the conference is a great way to support the NEADTA and network! Click below to view the volunteer contract. You can print it and send it in with your registration form or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org if you've already registered.
There is a group rate at the Days Inn in Keene, NH.
If you are going to book a room there for the conference it is $70 plus tax for TWO people per room. It is a $10 additional fee per person for up to four people in the room.
To book you can call 603-352-9786 and reference the New England Conference.
In order to receive the group rate you must book prior to March 22nd!
The weekend of the conference is offering lots of fun in Keene. There will be a Film Festival at the Colonial theater on Main Street. Additionally, the conference takes place during the 10 day TASTE OF KEENE event, where local restaurants offer special deals to showcase their food.
Special thanks to NEADTA member Cathy Lebeaux for making us aware of these local events!
ONE IN THREE WOMEN ON THE PLANET WILL BE RAPED OR BEATEN IN HER LIFETIME.
ONE BILLION WOMEN VIOLATED IS AN ATROCITY
ONE BILLION WOMEN DANCING IS A REVOLUTION
At the NEADTA Conference on April 6, 2013 conference participants will have the opportunity to participate in the One Billion Rising Dance choreographed by Debbie Allen. Please use the links below to learn the dance in advance if you want to participate.
Here are some links to help you!
Download the Anthem (by Eve Ensler).
Watch the training video for the choreography (by Debbie Allen) on YouTube.
Watch a video of the full choreography on YouTube.
Watch "Rise up, Stand up!" on YouTube.
To view pictures and videos of NEADTA member participation in the OBR event from 2/14 please visit our photo album!
Is there a topic you would like to discuss with other NEADTA members? These could vary from using DMT with a specific population, getting licensed in different states or a venue for sharing new ideas!
All you have to do is follow this link: http://www.chatzy.com/459106841982 and type in the password you received by e-mail.
Please note that the use of this room is for members only.
If you would like to set up a chat please e-mail the NEADTA with Online Chat in the subject line. Please list the date, time and topic you would like to discuss and we can send it to members, as well as, post it on the webiste! Also, please let us know if it is okay to list your contact e-mail in order for other members to e-mail you if they have questions about your chat.
There are no peer supervision groups scheduled at this time. Please fill take a moment to fill out the survey below and attach it in an e-mail to the NEADTA in order to help us plan supervision groups.
If you are interested in hosting a peer supervision group in your area, please contact us with information regarding the group, including number of participants that you can host. The NEADTA will send out the invitations to members for you!
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.