As dance/movement therapists, we believe that a person’s lived bodily experience is central to the therapeutic process and that dancing is life-affirming. Relational bodily action is the primary agent of change. The DMT program presents both nonverbal and verbal approaches, enhanced by training in Couple and Family Therapy.
Antioch University New England’s Dance/Movement Therapy information sessions provide prospective students with an opportunity to learn more about our on-campus and low-residency master’s and certificate programs, engage directly with faculty through an informal question and answer session, and learn about AUNE’s commitment to social justice as an integral part of our mission.
Join us virtually on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST to find out if Antioch University New England is a good fit for you!