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

Expressive Art Therapy Groups

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ALL groups will be on ZOOM durring COVID-19

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Come and Play

Comming in January 2020

Tuesday evenings

on the

2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month

 

6-7:30 PM

4112 Spring Garden Suite B Greensboro, NC 27404

$20 to attend each group

Ages 9-16

Come and Play is an exciting opportunity for children ages 9-16 to work on social skills. Guided by Angela attendees will interact with peers, learn and enhance critical social skills, practice sharing and learn to work as a team… all while using dance and drama to have FUN!!!

Do you know of someone who could benefit from safe structured play that incorporates:

      Theater Games            Fun

      Social Skills                    Sharing

      Communication               Reflecting

      Turn Taking                  Hula Hoops

      Team work                    Laughter

      Conflict resolution           Drawing

      Dance                            Action Games

     Positive peer to peer interactions

 

Please note that while Angela Wiley will utilize therapeutic tools/themes during groups, the groups themselves are not intended to be a therapy sessions.

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Sociodrama Group

Comming in January 2020

Tuesday evenings

on the

3rd Tuesday of each month

 

6:30-8 PM

4112 Spring Garden Suite B Greensboro, NC 27404

$20 to attend each group

1.5 hrs of NBCC contact hours are available

"Sociodrama has been defined as a deep action method dealing with intergroup relations and collective ideologies. The true subject of a sociodrama is the group. The concept underlying this approach is the recognition that man is a role player, that every individual is characterized by a certain range of roles which dominate his behavior and that every culture is characterized by a certain set of roles which it imposes with a varying degree of success upon its members." - J.L.Moreno

Sociodrama provides an action forum for resolving conflicts among people with different views. It is also effective in clarifying values, developing social skills, solving problems, diagnosing an organization, developing and rehearsing action plans or improving personal effectiveness and awareness. Sociodrama groups may take several approaches to working with their shared experiences. They may work on problem-solving, developing deeper understanding, making decisions or learning new roles. Come have fun, earn Ce's and learn something new.

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

Work shop is targeted to licensed mental health professionals

(LPC, LCAS, LCSW, LMFT).

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Dance/Movement Therapy

Comming in January 2020

Tuesday evenings

on the

1st Tuesday of each month

 

6:30-8 PM

4112 Spring Garden Suite B Greensboro, NC 27404

$20 to attend each group

1.5 hrs of NBCC contact hours are available

Come, Learn, Experience

Connect with movements and gestures you use on a daily basis.

How movement, gestures and spatial awareness help individuals connect and disconnect in relationships.

How to use movement in individual, couples and group therapy sessions.

How to use body posture and touch in a therapeutic manner

Connecting with other mental health professionals

Dance/movement therapy techniques to use in your work

How emotional and physical connections/separations impact your personal and professional life and how to have healing by using dance/movement therapy

Authentic movement

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 In these groups one will learn to recognize and differentiate subtle impulses in our movement choices and our pIn this artner's/groups choices. We begin to decipher the cues that we give and receive which tell us when to lead or follow, when to go up, when to go down, where to touch,  when to slow down, and when to be still. One learns to stay in integrity with each choice, never forcing, never rushing. When Body, Mind, and Spirit are united in their instinctive wisdom one finds ones-self at home in every moment expressing ones true nature.     - Moti Zemelman

 

 

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

Work shop is targeted to licensed mental health professionals

(LPC, LCMHC, LCAS, LCSW, LMFT).

Click here to download the complete flier.
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COVID-19 Support for parents w/children at home.

Need help with your children at home all day? Are you struggling on what to do with boundaries, structure, limit setting and keeping the children active? Do you struggle with behavioral interventions with young children? Would you like to learn how to have a better more healthy relationship with the children in your life? Here you will learn simple behavioral modification tools. You will have the opportunity to role play various difficult situations and receive support. You will learn how to modify these tools to work with older children and children that have experienced trauma. Wednesdays 6-7 PM. Call to sign up.

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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.

 

Email:

Angela@dance-drama-therapy.com

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Phone:   (336) 698-6723 

   
Mailing address:

5603 B West Friendly Ave Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27410.

 

Office Hours:

By Appointment Only.

 

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.


Use our contact form to inquire about any questions, comments, or concerns or if you wish to be added to our mailing list.  We will respond to you as soon as we can!

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