Tracing the evolution of DMT with children and families, this year addresses DMT for those: exposed to traumas such as war and natural disasters; using movement, stories and music as sources to connect/learn about self and other, fostering self-identity within community; using indigenous methodologies, and trauma work with indigenous students in public schools and its with effect the family unit addressing generations-long deficits of cultural knowledge; how dance helps youth develop social, emotional, and cognitive skills to thrive, positively address self-concepts, developing leadership and life skills; and child/adolescent mental healthcare practices within the context of urban Turkish and Indian cultures.

Suzi Tortora, Ed.D, BC-DM, LCAT, LMHC, NCC, CMA

Selena Coburn, BC-DMT, LMHC

Deepa Sai Avula, BC-DMT

Lynn Koshland, BC-DMT

Seda Guney

ADTA 58: The Roots & Future of Child DMT 20th Early Childhood Forum
ADTA 58: The Roots & Future of Child DMT 20th Early Childhood Forum

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