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Coming Events

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 info@dtaa.org.au or Robyn Price on treasurer@dtaa.org.au.

 


Sunday, December 5, 2021, 3-6pm (AEDT), Live Zoom webinar
Presented by Judy Gantz and Deborah Heifetz
CPD points: 3 hrs Cat A

The MAP journey weaves Mental, Affective and Physical learning into an innovative model that offers a new and exciting perspective on human needs and trauma and integrates the principles of fascial movement. Suitable for practising and student Dance Movement Therapists, somatic psychotherapists, counsellors and psychotherapists wishing to expand their knowledge of the body and movement in trauma work. Do not miss this opportunity. More info and to book CLICK HERE

 


Friday 29 October 2021

The Phenomenal Body:  Understanding and Applying Embodiment in Research-
A CPD Workshop presented by the DTAA.


This not-to-be missed half-day workshop is presented by Jennifer Frank Tantia, an expert in the field of embodiment in psychotherapy.  Suitable for novice and seasoned researchers, graduate students and instructors exploring the fields of body and movement in counselling, psychotherapy and/or body focused therapies.

Friday 29 October 2021
9.00AM-12.00Noon (AEDT):
Please check your time zone against the published start time. AEDT is Daylight Savings time in Sydney, Australia.

Presented by: Jennifer Frank Tantia
CPD Points: 3 Hours Cat A

FOR FULL EVENT DETAILS AND TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE!


Saturday 30 October 2021

Theory, Application and Indigenous Connection: Perspectives on the creative art of Dance Movement Therapy-
A Professional Development Day presented by DTAA!

Don’t miss the opportunity to enhance your theoretical and practical knowledge of Dance Movement Therapy (DMT).  Suitable for practising and student DMTs, creative arts therapists and body-focused therapists. These three online workshops are presented by experts in their fields: Virginia Woods (neuroscience and somatic psychotherapy), Elizabeth Loughlin (play objects and vulnerable infants and their mothers) and Sharon Carpenter (indigenous connection and human qualities).

AM SESSION: Workshop 1  |  9.00AM-12.00PM (AEDT): Please check your time zone against the published start time. AEDT is Daylight Savings time in Sydney, Australia.


Dance Movement Therapy in clinical practice through the understanding of neuroscience and somatic psythotherapy

CPD Points: 3 Hours Cat A
Presented by: Virginia Woods

PM SESSION: Workshop 2  |  1.00PM-2.30PM (AEDT): Please check your time zone against the published start time. AEDT is Daylight Savings time in Sydney, Australia.

Aesthetic ‘sense’ in play objects for vulnerable infants and their mothers
CPD Points: 1.5 Hours Cat A
Presented by: Elizabeth Loughlin

PM SESSION: Workshop 3  |  3.00PM-5.00PM (AEDT): Please check your time zone against the published start time. AEDT is Daylight Savings time in Sydney, Australia.


Ngarra: Indigenous connection and our human qualities

CPD Points: 2 Hours Cat A
Presented by:  Sharon Carpenter

FOR FULL EVENT WORKSHOP DETAILS AND TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE!


DTAA Annual General Meeting
Sunday 31 October 2021

12.00Noon – 5.00pm (AEDT)
Full details will be sent to all members in due course.