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Super User

Experiencing, learning, maturing, applying

The program is divided into four modules:

  • Experiential Workshops (20 credits): free choice
  • Didactic Training (50 credits): intensive theoretical/practical workshops, online seminars, exams
  • Interdisciplinary and integrative Training (15 credits): online activities, free choice side seminars
  • Practice and Supervision (35 credits)

Personalized and flexible study plans, acknowledgement of credits

In 2021, students will attend at least one of the following Training Workshops (The health emergency could cause changes in schedule):

  • 24-27 April: DMT Session and Warm-up (Rome)
  • April 29 - May 2: DMT Applications (Rome)
  • 30 May - 2 June: Working with Materials and Objects (Rome)
  • June 26-July 4: Summer School - Rhythm, Space, Choreographic Process (Tagliacozzo)
  • 9-12 September: Rhythm, Pulsation and Music (Catania)
  • 29 October - 1 November: Effort/Shape, Movement Qualities (Manta, CN)
  • 5-8 December: The DMT Group (Rome)

NEW PROPOSALS

Dmt-ER® Mondays: monthly online training seminars

Laban/Bartenieff Workshops in the main locations of the School

Since the dawn of civilization, dance has been renewing the social bond, nourishing personal and collective well-being and animating healing practices. Here is the inspiration for Dance Movement Therapy (Dmt).

Dmt was born in the 1940s. Now it is supported by a clear theoretical background and by national and international associations. In Italy, the discipline is ruled by the law 4/2013 and the UNI Standard no.11592:2015.

Dmt is applied in several fields: personal development, psychiatric rehabilitation, developmental age, old age, disabilities, training of helping professions.

The Relational approach to DMT (Dmt-ER®) restores in a contemporary key the traditional social function of dance. Dmt-ER® methodology is based on Laban / Bartenieff Movement Studies, Group Analysis and the rhythmic suggestion of Expression Primitive.

Vincenzo Bellia MD has developed Dmt-ER® along the nineties. Quoting Marian Chace, pioneer of DMT, we can say that Dmt-ER® promotes the participation of individuals in the group and puts again into play the evolution of the body image, which is "primarily a social creation".

Dance is the core of Dmt-ER®. Dance is a creative game that nourishes everyone's identity and enriches the collective heritage. Rhythm plays a fundamental role, because it connects the individual with the outside world. Here is the fundamental intuition of Dmt-ER®, both philosophical and methodological: the path towards the self-development always passes by the other human being.

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Collaborano con la Scuola di Dmt-ER®

Fabrizio Campo (Palermo, Dmt), Lucia Cherchi (Alghero, Dmt), Valerio Dimonte (Torino, docente università e Dmt), Zaira Donarelli (Palermo, psicologa psicoterapeuta e Dmt), Giovanni Iacono (Salò, osteopata e Dmt), Cristina Martines (Amsterdam, Dmt), Roberta Mazzullo (Reggio Emilia, neuropsichiatra infantile), Salvatore Napolitano (Catania, neurologo), Alessandro Pontremoli (Torino, docente universitario Storia della danza), Carmelita Russo (Catania, neuropsichiatra infantile e psicoterapeuta)

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