This one hour webinar reviews Judith Kestenberg’s six Tension Flow Attributes. Each attribute is described and movement examples are provided, illuminating each of the qualities. Case examples are presented to exhibit the application of TFAs within individual sessions for the purpose of improving emotional regulation.
Participants will understand each of Kestenberg’s six Tension Flow Attributes didactically and in movement.
Participants will learn how to intervene from TFA’s to address the goal of emotional regulation.
Participants will identify ways in which their own preferred TFAs impact the therapeutic relationship.
Continuing Education Credits: 1.0 ADTA CE, 1.0 NBCC CE ,1.0 NY LCAT CE
Stacey McGinn Hurst, LCPC, is a board certified dance/movement therapist and Laban movement analyst. She is a graduate of the Creative Arts Therapies program at Columbia College Chicago, where she also has enjoyed a part-time faculty position in the department for the past 17 years. In addition to teaching, she directs Mind Body Connections, an out-patient private practice, where she works with adolescents, adults and couples. Additionally, she co-leads women’s groups, is an international guest lecturer and presenter and provides supervision to counselors of all types. As an advocate in the field of dance/movement therapy, Stacey has volunteered as a board member for the American Dance Therapy Association and is currently on the Dance Movement Therapy Certification Board.
Original Webcast Date: 6/3/2014
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