Certificate Course


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Course Content

This intensive course offers theoretical frameworks and creative movement experiences from dance therapy. It also includes the evolution, principles, goals, approaches and techniques of the discipline used in group and individual work with extensive supervision.  

The course is certified by CID-UNESCO (International Dance Council, France) & Creative Movement Therapy Association of India (Institutional Member of American Dance Therapy Association).

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Short Term Programs

Samhati

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The 40- hour remedial dance and movement training program for Special Educators and therapists. The program was geared towards training participants in remedial dance and movement experience in order to work with children/ young adults with physical, emotional and intellectual challenges. The participants were trained to create curricula for special schools and therapy centres and also apply movement-based interventions for children with autism, Down’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder, learning disabilities, developmental delays, emotional disturbances, and physical challenges. The program was conducted in Delhi and Bengaluru in the years 2017 and 2018.



Samilana

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A two-day Arts Festival curated exclusively for children with special needs, parents and special educators. The event, held at Bengaluru, offered a variety of workshops in dance/movement, visual art, music therapy and storytelling along with insightful panel discussions on the development of child care. The workshops were conducted and facilitated by therapists who have pioneered alternative approaches to wellness.



Therapeutic Dance-in-Education (TDIE)

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The Therapeutic Dance-in-Education program was introduced in 2019 to impart training in the practice of use of dance and movement with children and young adults in school and special education settings. The 60-hour training included theoretical and experiential learning that covered topics like history and evolution of dance-in-education, dance pedagogy, characteristics of creative movements, tools and techniques of therapeutic dance, facilitation skills, curriculum creation and self-evaluation for teachers. The Delhi program was attended by school-level teachers, dancers, mental health practitioners and other professionals.