DMT Faculty present workshop for the Vermont College Dance Exchange/Vermont Dance Alliance

Tomoyo Kawano, PhD, BC-DMT and Chevon Stewart, BC-DMT  presented a workshop and facilitated discussion on two of the primary founders in the field of Dance/Movement Therapy  during the “Think. Move. Discover.” weekend event held at Middlebury College the first weekend in November.   Twenty-three students from Middlebury, Bennington and Marlboro Colleges and the University of Vermont attend and participated in the experiential exercises.

Chevon Stewart, DMT Faculty

Tomoyo Kawano, DMT Program Director

 

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