The Embodied Neurobiology program is designed to be both progressive and flexible to the needs of individual students. Learning about movement in a therapeutic context is both immediately satisfying and ultimately subtle and complex. Take one course or progress through the whole series to enhance your ability to apply the knowledge and skills in your work.
You can find the full list of courses being offered in 2018 here.
All courses are approved by the American Dance Therapy Association as meeting requirements for the Alternate Route R-DMT credential. Most courses offer CEU’s for LPC’s, LMFT’s, and Social Workers.
Embodied Neurobiology – 30 hours, 2 credits
Methods and Approaches – 30 hours, 2 credits
Clinical Applications – 15 hours, 1 credit
Cycles of Life – 60 hours, 4 credits
Elements of Movement – 45 hours, 3 credits
Group Process Series – 90 hours, 6 credits (over 3 years)
Trauma Informed DMT Series – 90 hours, 6 credits (over 2 years)
Courses include professionals from a range of backgrounds- advanced clinicians in counseling, movement educators, occupational therapists, and expressive arts therapists who are interested in deepening their practice. This enriches the group experience through offering multiple intelligences and learning perspectives.
Embodied Neurobiology offers 24 out of the 27 course credits currently required for Alternate Route Certification. One additional course in movement assessment/observation can be taken at Texas State University in San Marcos, or through other alternate route offerings throughout the country.
The approximate cost total for all courses offered through Embodied Neurobiology ranges from $10,500 (with early registration) to $12,000 (regular fee).