The Healing Power of Dance

The September issue of New Jersey Family features AUNE Dance Movement Therapy and Counseling associate chair Susan Loman and associate professor Christina Devereaux.

In “The Healing Power of Dance” Susan and Christina explain the psychotherapeutic use of movement, how Dance/Movement Therapy can be used in a variety of settings, and the connection between mind and body.

Read the New Jersey Family article here.

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