The Work of Allison F. Winters, MA, MS, BC-DMT, LCAT, RYT

Posts tagged ‘dance/movement therapy’

Veterans, Dance Therapists, and VA staff take on the Gimme Five Dance Challenge!

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Happy Creative Arts Therapy Week!

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Integrative Care in Military and Veteran Health

Super excited to be speaking on this panel on integrative healthcare with military and veteran clients.

Third National Summit: Advancing Research in the Arts for Health and Well-being across the Military Continuum
Americans for the Arts and hosted by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health/ National Institutes of Health

Friday, February 27, 2015 from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM (EST)

Bethesda, MD
Research Innovations on Integrative Care in Military Health Settings and Applications for the Arts

Panel and discussion will explore the connections between the arts and integrative health, and how creative arts therapies practices can inform practice and research being conducted in integrative care across military treatment facilities (MTF) and VA clinical settings.

Upcoming Webinar on Dance/Movement Therapy with Veteran and Military Clients

Please join my upcoming webinar on dance/movement therapy with Veteran and military clients.  Hope to see you there!

 

When: Tuesday, November 18, 2014, 8-9 PM EST/5-6 PM PST

Where: http://adta.org/event-1726338

Registration closes November 17th

Dance/Movement Therapy with Veterans and Military Personnel

I am happy to share my recently released ADTA Talk about the use of dance/movement therapy with veterans and military personnel.  Today is military mental health awareness day, so please feel free to share widely.  Thank you.

Yours,

Allison

Dance/Movement Therapy with Veterans and US Military

Mark your calendars.  I will be presenting on April 4th in College Park, MD.  Hope to see you there!

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ADTA Talks

Happy New Year all.  At the ADTA conference in Brooklyn, NY this past October I participated in a project called ADTA Talks.  Fifteen dance/movement therapists spoke about the work that they do in a TED Talks style presentation.  I was priviledged to be one of those chosen few DMT’s.  My talk was focused on my experiences practicing DMT with veterans and active duty military as I am among the onlyDMT’s in the world that have the exceptional honor to work with this population.  If you missed ADTA Talks, don’t worry; the inspiring presentations will be available on YouTube soon.  So stay tuned!

Allison

For more information on ADTA Talks, see the most recent ADTA newsletter (p. 27).

Getting Ready

Getting ready for the big talk.