Dance/Movement Therapy Summer Intensive Held

AUNE hosted the annual summer DMT Intensive June 17-June 22nd with 18 participants.  Students traveled internationally from as far as Singapore and India and across the US from Alaska, Montana, Minnesota and Texas.  The five-day program introduces the fields of dance/movement therapy and drama therapy with different faculty each day sharing their expertise in areas such as, movement and expression, diversity and social justice, creative dance and current trends in DMT practice and research. New this year was additional evening and extended weekend programming for the students enrolled in the Certificate in Dance/Movement Therapy.  The Admissions department hosted a light dinner reception and program overview for participants to discuss the certificate and new low residency program.

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