Dance/Movement Therapy

Dance/movement therapy is a type of psychotherapy that uses movement, dance, and other forms of physical expression to support emotional, cognitive, and social integration. It is based on the idea that the body and mind are interconnected and that movement and dance can help individuals to explore and express their emotions and thoughts in a nonverbal way.

therapist and a skilled dancer or movement specialist. The therapist uses movement, dance, and other physical activities to help clients achieve specific goals related to their mental and emotional health.

During a dance/movement therapy session, the therapist may guide the client through specific movements or improvisational exercises designed to help the client connect with their emotions and thoughts. The therapist may also use music, props, and other elements to support the therapeutic process.

Dance/movement therapy can be used to address a wide range of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, and addiction. It can also be helpful for individuals who have difficulty expressing themselves verbally or who are not comfortable with traditional talk therapy.

In addition to traditional one-on-one sessions, dance/movement therapy may also be used in group settings. In group therapy, individuals can explore their emotions and thoughts in a safe and supportive environment while connecting with others in a nonverbal way.

Overall, dance/movement therapy is a unique and powerful approach to psychotherapy that combines the therapeutic benefits of movement and dance with the insights and techniques of traditional talk therapy. It is a growing field within the broader field of psychology, and many practitioners and clients find it to be an effective and transformative approach to mental and emotional health.

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It is a 30-minute, completely free meeting with a Mental Health specialist that does not obligate you to anything.

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