Dance/Movement Therapy with Survivors of Domestic Violence
Through this presentation, participants will learn about the foundational principals of dance/movement therapy and how it can be useful to survivors of domestic violence. Survivors of domestic violence commonly face long-term psychological damage caused by abuse, which can lead to negative social implications throughout their lifetime. Group dance/movement therapy aids in introducing emotional regulation and coping skills through movement, and provides survivors an opportunity to build social capital and trust.
Brooke Fischer (POC,Primary Presenter), Utah Domestic Violence Coalition, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Brooke received her master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Sarah Lawrence College in 2017. Brooke is the author of
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