CONFERENCE CELEBRATING

the 15th anniversary of the master’s programme in DMT, UAB

Since we celebrated the 10th anniversary of our master’s programme in 2013, it seems as though the world has changed in many ways: huge waves of refugees; unprecedented numbers of terrorist attacks; surprising election results that clash with old certainties and re-organize our perception of the immediate environment. Indeed, the world is moving with great speed and this movement is also challenging the identity of our profession.

Neuroscientific contributions from recent decades have added greatly to our sense of our work, giving it new weight and further shifting the focus to corporeality and movement. But where are we going as a profession? What is our identity, our professional culture? Prevention? Psychotherapy? Clinical work?….

We witness so many dances, so many varied forms of movement from our students and clients. But what is it that moves us?

We would like to invite our former students, as well as all professionals of DMT in Spain and other parts of the world, to reflect and work with this theme, to join us in celebrating the 15th anniversary of the training that we offer at the UAB.

REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL THE 15TH OF JUNE 2018 (if places are still available)

THE WORLD IS MOVING. BE MOVED

MASTER CLASSES

HELEN PAYNE

CHRISTINE CALDWELL

SABINE KOCH & REBEKKA DIETRICH

VINCENZO PUXEDDU

LAIA JORBA

MARÍA ELENA GARCÍA

(Please find all abstracts of the master classes on the registration sheet)

THE WORLD IS MOVING. BE MOVED

KEYNOTE SPEECH

“Moving and Being Moved Into the World”
Prof. Dr. Christine Caldwell
“Moving together: Supporting people with medically unexplained symptoms in primary care”
Prof. Dr. Helen Payne

WORKSHOPS (taught in Spanish)

ISABEL ALVAREZ & PATRICIA DE TORD 
Grounding and body image in women affected in breast cancer

MARIONA ANGELATS, MABEL SALGUERO & IRENE LAMA
Coexistance, in a special education center, of DMT during school hours and of dance with people with disabilities during after-school hours

CLARISSA BARCELLOS
CONECTANGO – Healthier connections

TERESA BAS
Exploring movement patterns: a tool for clinical DMT work with normal neurotic adults

CAROLINA JIMENES
Resistance to movement and therapeutic presence

ELI MARCOS
Exploring basic neurodevelopmental patterns: complementarity between Bartenieff and Body-Mind Centering

MONTSE MARTÍ
Amerta Movement: A proposal for working on self-esteem in DMT

STEPHANIE LAMA
Choreographic model for DMT – Phenomenological research based on the study of interventions for the individual treatment of PTSD

MAI SEIN-GARCÍA
If I as a therapist art were a material, what material would it be? If we as professionals were an image, what image would we be?

COMMUNICATIONS (given in Spanish)

CLAUDIA AGUILA & DANIELLA MOLETTIERI
DMT as a means of prevention in teams that work with gender violence

MARÍA ELISA AL CHEIKH
DMT training as a space for resilience and subjectivation in times of uncertainty

SUSANA GARCÍA
Trans-plant. Contributions of DMT in the process of integration of migrant populations

CAROLINA JIMENES
I do not move, I do not get e-motional, or moved: the dilemma of resistance to movement

STEPHANIE LAMA
Choreographic model for DMT – Phenomenological research based on the study of interventions for the individual treatment of PTSD

AURORA LEAL & HEIDRUN PANHOFER                                                                                          The theme of non-recognition explored through drawing and bodily movement

SONIA MALAQUIAS
Con-Tact in DMT

ELI MARCOS
Moving Hyperactivity, Finding the Underlying Patterns for Concentration in ADHD

CARMEN MARTÍNEZ
The boy who had no body – A DMT intervention

LAURA MARTINEZ MARGÜENDA 
Self-care in work context: “Moving to be” – DMT as a tool for prevention

ROSA MARÍA RODRIGUEZ                                                                                                          Shifting borders: DMT in the field of education

POSTERS (presented in Spanish)

MARÍA ELISA AL CHEIKH
DMT training as a space for resilience and subjectivation in times of uncertainty

ANA LUISA MEZA & SONIA HERNANDO
DMT in a group of vulnerable maternitiES

IRENE LAMA & MABEL SALGUERO
Espai Mira – ens movem diferent, an inclusive movement center where dance and DMT work

MAI SEIN-GARCÍA
The understanding of materials as part of the professional imagination

MAI SEIN-GARCÍA
The role of the specialist in art therapy in the special school and preschool and primary school with children with specific language disorder – A multidimensional group model

Workshops, communications and posters have been selected by the cientific committee of the conference: Iris Bräuninger (University of Applied Sciences of Special Needs Education, Zurich), María Elena García (UAB), Diana Fischman (Brecha Institute and National University of Art UNA), Laia Jorba (Naropa University, USA), Aurora Leal (UAB) , Cristina López (University of A Coruña), Miriam Palma (University of Seville), Heidrun Panhofer (UAB), Susana Pérez (Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona), Vincenzo Puxeddu (Université Paris V René Descartes), Nuria Ribas (UAB), Rosa María Rodríguez (European University of Madrid), Sarah Rodriguez (UAB).

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION INCLUDES 2 KEYNOTE SPEECHES, 2 MASTER CLASS, 1 WORKSHOP, 1 BLOC OF COMMUNICATIONS, POSTER PRESENTATIONS, 1 LARGE GROUP, REFRESHMENTS, TEA, COFEE AND THE CONFERENCE BOOK.

OPEN UNTIL THE 10TH OF JUNE 2018 (if places are still available)

COST

Former students, members of the ADMTE, students and unemployed:
190€ –(early bird) & 230€ after the 31st of March 2018.

Others:
230€ –(early bird) & 260€ after the 31st of March 2018.

DURATION

The conference starts the 6th of July 2018 at 15h00 and closes the 8th of July at 14h00.

KEY NOTE SPEECH

15th anniversary of the master’s programme in DMT, UAB

“Moving and Being Moved Into the World”

PROF. DR. CHRISTINE CALDWELL

All life moves. All people move. Those of us here have made a special and sacredcommitment to movement; to move with others in ways that heal. How does this vow we have taken become embodied when we are dealing with people who have been pushed, been forced, been expelled? At a time when nations are becoming infected with a desire to polarize, to exclude, and to turn from the truth, we here with our feet on the ground and our hands outstretched are dealing with a kind of human suffering that finds its roots in state-sponsored violence and neglect. In the face of these new challenges we can no longer rely on old, intrapsychic models of healing. Our movement is political as well as personal. Our sessions are activisms as well as self reflections. Our dances are protests as well as affirmations.

What will dance movement therapy look like as the twenty first century progresses? How will it move in ways that heal us socially and environmentally as well as personally? While we feel a deep gratitude to our founding mothers for what they developed, we can also acknowledge that they did not prepare us for these new social realities. We must dig deep into the foundations of our work, into movement itself, for the inspiration and the guidance to go forward. We have already been taught the work of movement on personal and group levels. Now it is time to develop new forms of dance therapy that address the social and political levels. This speech will suggest some pathways for how we can move with and within these contexts.

Christine Caldwell

Christine Caldwell, PhD, Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist, is Professor Emeritus in the Somatic Counseling Program at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, USA. She teaches, publishes, and trains internationally in the areas of DMT and somatic psychology. Her work is called the Moving Cycle, and she has two new books in press, called Bodyfulness, and The Body and Oppression.

“Moving together: Supporting people with medically unexplained symptoms in primary care”

PROF. DR. HELEN PAYNE

This presentation will address the global issue of common debilitating bodily symptoms , which are hard to explain by medical, known, pathology. A working definition, the prevalence and the enormous costs of these conditions will be considered together with a summary of the patient mind-set, profile and experience. These all need to be considered in approaches towards supporting patient self-management to ensure the intervention is tailor-made for this patient population, many of whom can present with complexities such as insecure attachment. An example of an appropriate approach, derived from dance movement psychotherapy, called The BodyMind Approach™ will be given together with the rationale for delivery in the UK National Health Service. Furthermore, reliable change outcomes as a consequence of implementing this service for supporting people with medically unexplained symptoms/somatic symptom disorder (previously termed psychosomatic conditions) in primary care will be demonstrated.

Helen Payne

Professor Helen Payne, PhD; UKCP; Fellow ADMP Reg. dance movement psychotherapist pioneered DMP in the UK leading the professional association, first post graduate accredited training, research and publications. She is trained in Laban Movement Analysis, Person-Centered Counselling, Group Analysis and Authentic Movement, conducts research, teaches and examines at doctorate level nationally/internationally. She is the founding editor-in-chief for the international journal “Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy”.

This course has been designed in accordance with

the guidelines of the ADMTE (Asociación Española de Danza Movimiento Terapia) Since 2007 it forms part of ECARTE (European Consortium for the Arts in Education), the European Network for University training courses in Creative Arts Therapies.

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