Busy DMT Alumna Touches Lives

Danielle Fitzpatrick, MA ’00, a graduate of AUNE’s dance/movement therapy program, is director of the young arts department at MoCo Arts, artist-in-residence for the New Hampshire Dance Institute, and an adjunct faculty member at Springfield (Massachusetts) College. She leads sessions at local nursing facilities, is involved in theater, is working to become a board-certified dance therapist!and there’s more.

I’ll have plenty of time to nap and watch TV when I’m living at the nursing home, she says, in a June 21 article in the Keene Sentinel. Read Keene Woman Has a Passion for Dance.

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