Dance Therapy
Dance Therapy
Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy (336) 698-6723
Greensboro Dance & Drama      Therapy(336) 698-6723

Training's, Education & Workshops

Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy

Education for Licensed Professional Counselors, Substance Abuse Counselors and Expressive Art Therapsits

Introduction to Dance and Drama Therapy

Saturday April 25, 2015

9AM-6 PM (with a 1 hour lunch on your own)

$60 for half day or $100 for 8 hrs of CEU’s (student rate available)

Discounts available for Chapter members of the ADTA Carolina chapter!!

4112 Spring Garden Suite B Greensboro, NC 27404

What can I expect to learn?

9 AM-1 PM Introduction to Dance Therapy

Introduction to Dance Therapy education and certification

Overview of the history of dance & dance therapy, pioneers and theories

Dance Therapy warm ups and ice breakers to be used in groups and 1:1

Experience Chace technique and other dance therapy techniques

Introduction and experiential on authentic movement

2-6 PM Introduction to Drama Therapy

Introduction to Drama Therapy education and certification

Brief overview of the history of theater &the history of Drama Therapy

Learn and experience the use of the Imaginal Realm in drama therapy

Introduction and experiential of Drama Therapy modalities such as:

          Role plays, Play back theater, Psychodrama, and Bibliotherapy

Introduction to sand tray and Embodied Sand Tray work

Come prepared and dressed to move! Format will be ½ Discussion and ½ experiential!

Work shop is targeted to mental health professionals

(LPC, LCAS, LCSW, LMFT) but open to all.


Dance and Drama Therapy

Saturday May 30, 2015   9 AM-6PM (1 hr lunch on your own)

4112 Spring Garden Street Suite B Greensboro, NC 27404


Impulse Reduction with Trauma and Addiction Work

Experience and learn a four-part Impulse Reduction Model developed by Angela Wiley and inspired by rhythms of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. This model brings a person through four phases:  invitation, excitement, grounding/centering and reflection so as to bring excitement/stimulation and then teach how to ground and gain control. By acting this out in movement, music, art, or verbal/cognitive thinking, one can realize and embody the possibility of choice to ground and gain control when overly stimulated or triggered. This is especially useful in working with trauma survivors, and those struggling with impulse control and with addictions. Angela uses this model in her work with drama, movement and music. The model also has applications in art, writing, traditional talk therapy and others, which will be experienced and discussed.

Come prepared and dressed to move! Format will be experiential!

Learning Objectives:

  • Experience and be able to apply the 4 phase model in your work as a therapist, teacher or professional
  • Discuss 1-2 ways to use the model with talk therapy, drama, movement and/or music
  • Identify 1-2 applications of the model for work with individuals struggling with impulse control


Cost: $100 for 8 hrs of NBCC Ceu’s-active participate required

Call for student/non CEU rates

Discounts available for Chapter members of the ADTA Carolina chapter!!

One hr lunch on your own (1-2 PM)

Hrs can count towards NC Substance Abuse education hrs as presenter is a CCS and a MAC.


Work shop is targeted to mental health professionals

(LPC, LCAS, LCSW, LMFT) but open to all.


Must Pre-Pay for workshop, refunds offered up to 5 days before.

Space is liminted sign up today!!!

To register call Angela (336) 698-6723,


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Learn how to communicate what is too deep, too fine for words.

Few things are more frustrating and disheartening than watching your child suffer through a mental health ailment or watching them try to overcome an addiction. Likewise undergoing these challenges yourself is also debilitating. When these unenviable circumstances occur, it’s important to get help. Things can get better! Call Angela.



Contact via email

Phone:   (336) 698-6723 

Mailing address:

5603 B West Friendly Ave Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27410


Office Hours:

By Appointment Only


Monday: Select hrs 

Tuesday: 9 AM-8 PM,

Wednesday:9 AM-8 PM

Thursday:9 AM-8 PM

Friday: 9 AM-8 PM

 Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed   

Delays and Closings follow the Guilford Co School System.

2 hr delay = open at 10 AM

Most urgent appointments can be accommodated within 48 hrs.

All emergencies call

911 or National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800 273-8255

Or use our contact form  to inquire about any questions, comments, or concerns. Or If you wish to me added to our mailing list.  We will respond to you as soon as we can!

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