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24-27.10.2013   New York (USA)
48th Annual American Dance Therapy Association Conference ADTA
Please join us for the 48th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association in Brooklyn, New York from October 24-27, 2013. Once again we will take to the streets of Brooklyn and share our work with the city that never sleeps. Dance/movement therapy, at its core, is about connection … connection to self and connection to others, by way of dance and movement. Dance has historically been an integral way in which people and cultures around the world express their feelings and communicate with one another and within their communities. Similarly, our work as dance/movement therapists helps to connect individuals and communities during times of celebration and joy as well as times of tragedy and sorrow. Together we will explore the ways in which our work focuses on the themes of creating … community … and connections.

To read the full 2013 Call for Proposals, click here.
 
10-12.10.2012   New Mexico (USA)
ADTA-logo 47th Annual American Dance Therapy Association Conference ADTA

Dance/movement therapy is indeed soaring to new heights ADTA membership is higher than ever before; conferences are better attended; we have a stronger presence in Washington, DC and enhanced visibility in regulatory agencies; we have more contributing donors than ever before; and our international membership continues to grow. How do we maintain this growth and bring dance/movement therapy to the next level?

The theme of the conference - "Exploring Vistas and Soaring to New Heights: DMT 2012 and Beyond" - invites us to take a different look at our work; not only where we have come from, but where we are headed. In what new directions have you taken your work?  Have you incorporated your dance/movement therapy training and skill set into a less traditional setting?  Have you found ways of combining dance/movement therapy and other training into your work as a dance/movement therapist?

This 47th Annual Conference will highlight the theme of exploring, discovering and growing as a profession, and so we invite proposals for papers, seminars and workshops that honor and present varied approaches in practice, theory or research. ADTA values proposals that address multicultural and diversity; therefore, presentations, seminars and workshops should include aspects of diversity and multicultural awareness or sensitivity as they relate to the topic of the particular seminar.  For guidance on 'How to Prepare a Great Conference Proposal' including criteria for evaluating submissions, please see the Tipsheet.

Please note that all proposals must be submitted through our online form.

To read the full 2012 Call for Proposals, click here.

 
4-7.11.2011   Konin

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Projekt
'Arteterapia drogą do integracji'

Konferencja PSCh-PTT
'Choreoterapia a Taniec o charakterze
terapeutycznym, różnice metod i celów'

Warsztaty
'Choreoterapia-Terapia Tańcem
w wyrównywaniu szans'
Fundacja im. Doktora Piotra Janaszka
'Podaj Dalej'

Projekt dofinansowany przez
Państwowy Fundusz Rehabilitacji
Osób Niepełnosprawnych
 
4-5.07.2010   Poznań

podmiot

I Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa
Sztuka - Terapia - Edukacja 'Podmiot'

Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza
Uniwersytet Artystyczny
Uniwersytet Medyczny
patronat: PSCh-PTT
 
5.04.2008   Poznań
Konferencja Naukowa
'Psychologia w medycynie'
Uniwersytet Medyczny
 
29-31.05.2006   Łódź
Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa
'Gest i brzmienie. O muzyce i ruchu w teatrze osób niepełnosprawnych'
Uniwersytet Łódzki
patronat: PSCh-PTT
 
4-31.05.2006   Łódź
Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa
Warsztaty arteterapeutyczne dla dzieci niepełnosprawnych
Uniwersytet Łódzki
Poleski Ośrodek Sztuki
patronat: PSCh-PTT
 
4-15.05.2006   Łódź
Międzynarodowe Biennale
VII Spotkania Teatralne 'Terapia i Teatr'
Uniwersytet Łódzki
Poleski Ośrodek Sztuki
Stowarzyszenie Terapia i Teatr
patronat: PSCh-PTT
 
20.08.2003   Poznań
Międzynarodowe Seminarium Naukowe
'Improwizacja w tańcu jako metoda pracy twórczej i terapeutycznej'
Polski Teatr Tańca
PSCh-PTT