Faculty Member Susan Loman Contributes to New Dance/Movement Therapy Book

Congratulations to faculty member Susan Loman who contributed to The art and science of dance/movement therapy: Life is dance. The book, written by experts from around the world and edited by Sharon Chaiklin and Hilda Wengrower, provides an in-depth look at how dance/movement therapy is being used today. Susan and colleague K. Mark Sossin wrote an introduction to applying the Kestenberg Movement Profile in dance/movement therapy. The book, available at Amazon.com, is published by Routledge.

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Bringing Unique Perspectives to Counseling

When MaiLinh Hartz, a master’s student in the Couple and Family Therapy program, was younger, people often said she had an old soul. “I was very introspective and had time to listen and absorb people’s stories and emotions,” she explains. It’s a common narrative heard among people who work in the mental health field that they were always, in some way, drawn to care. As a student, she is expanding what it means to take care of others—not just as a therapist, but as a peer. 

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