Research demonstrates that bringing attention to ones movement can create new neural pathways which is essential to healing. This workshop aims to introduce dance/movement therapy interventions that can help clients identify, express, experience + cope with feelings that many who struggle with addiction avoid.
Speaker: Adina Rosenburg, MCAT, BC-DMT, LPC
About the Speaker: Adina Rosenberg has been a licensed professional counselor and a board-certified dance/movement therapist with 30 years of experience specializing in - but not limited to - depression, anxiety, autism, addiction, and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for children, adolescents and adults. She is a 1989 graduate of Hahnemann University Graduate School’s Master of Creative Arts in Therapy program (currently Drexel University), former Director of Children’s Behavioral Health Services at Interac, Inc., and a former Clinical Supervisor in the Behavioral Health Outpatient department at Family Service Association of Bucks County. She is a past President of the Penna. Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association and has held various positions on their national board. Formerly a lecturer at Holy Family University’s Master in Counseling Psychology program, she is currently a senior clinical instructor at Drexel University’s Master of Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling program and for Gwynedd Mercy University’s Master of Counseling Psychology program. She maintains a private practice in Philadelphia and offers supervision to clinicians looking to obtain licensure.
1. Participants will learn 3 DMT- based interventions to utilize with families impacted by abuse.
2. Participants will learn the benefits of using DMT to facilitate change.
3. Participants will learn how to incorporate DMT skills to enhance verbal processing and issues related to recovery.
No credits will be offered for this training.