Our team of registered therapists deliver quality-assured, evidence-based programmes, addressing a wide range of emotional and psychological needs.
Bodily form and movement can contain a lot of non-verbal information. The manner in which we physically hold shapes, travel dynamically and communicate expressively through these motions informs the practice of Dance Movement Psychotherapy.
In this type of therapeutic intervention, the therapist and child seek to bring together many aspects of the internal and external self by using bodily movement and the therapeutic relationship to explore these ideas in a safe environment.
Dance Movement Psychotherapy can be conducted in one-to-one sessions or in a group environment, and is used in a variety of health and educational settings to support psychological and emotional wellbeing.