The DTAA runs regular continuing professional development events to enable our members to keep up to date with the latest developments in DMT and related areas of professional knowledge. We offer activities that will enable all members to reach the necessary hours for professional development per year. Most of our events are also open to other interested professionals. Members who have suggestions for PD topics they would like the DTAA to address, or who would like to offer a PD on a topic of their expertise, should contact PD Committee Convenor Jane Guthrie on email@example.com or Robyn Price on firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Therapeutic Aspects of The 3 Planes”
A FULL DAY online PD Workshop with Marylee Hardenbergh
Saturday 28 October 2023 / 11.00am to 6.00pm AEDT
Designed for DMTs, DMTs in Training, and Somatic and Movement Therapists
Rudolf Laban’s concepts of space and shape are the focus for this workshop, in which we will explore the use of the 3 planes and their meanings in our therapeutic work, through didactic and experiential material. We will then focus on the application of these concepts in the therapy session, when moving with groups and individuals.
Our facilitator, Marylee Hardenbergh, is a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, Board-Certified DMT, Clinical Social Worker and founding member and Founder/Artistic Director of Global Water Dances.
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DTAA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2023
Sunday 29 October 2023/ 1.00pm to 4.00pm AEDT
Online Via Zoom
Marylee Hardenbergh, CMA, BC-D/MT, LICSW and Director, Global Site Performance
Learn how to incorporate Dance Movement Therapy concepts when creating a community-based dance performance – onsite, in Sydney’s beautiful Rushcutters Bay. During the 2-day workshop, we will work through the step-by-step process of investigating the site, creating the movement, planning the event, and presenting the performance. Community-based dance has a strange and wonderful way of stimulating rippling, healing effects on the community. Therapeutic aspects include such concepts as: inclusivity, expanded self and shared purpose.