Dance Therapy and ANE’s Loman/Grads Featured in Local Paper

This Keene Sentinel article describes how local therapists are using dance, music, and songwriting to help teens build self-esteem.

Susan Loman, director of ANE’s Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling program is interviewed along with three ANE grads who are therapists: Adele G. Michaelides Thomas, ’07; Wendy Elliott, ’01; and Stephanie L. Kimber, ’01.

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NCSPP Students of Color Council

At the 2019 annual conference of the National Council of School and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP), an organization that brings together psych educators from

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