The purpose of the ADTA is to establish, maintain, and support the highest standards of professional identity and competence among dance/movement therapists by promoting education, training, practice, and research. The Association provides avenues of communication among dance/movement therapists and those working in related fields, and increases public awareness of dance/movement therapy.
The ADTA publishes monographs, conference proceedings, and a bibliography. Serial publications: American Journal of Dance Therapy--articles on clinical use of dance therapy, theory, and research; ADTA Newsletter, bimonthly--regional news, film and book reviews, student section, theory and philosophy, courses and workshops available.
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