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Saturday, November 7 • 9:30am - 12:30pm
Dancing Mindfulness: A Creative Path to Meditation, Healing & Transformation

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ROOM 803

Dancing Mindfulness is a practice that cultivates mindfulness using the channels of breath, sound, body, mind, spirit, and story, and fusing them into a fun, supportive container for self-exploration. Not “dance therapy,” per se, Dancing Mindfulness is a therapeutic community practice developed within a trauma-informed clinical context. In this workshop, participants will have the chance to experience the Dancing Mindfulness practice, learn about its clinical and cultural foundations, and discuss its implications for community-level wellness and healing. Initial phenomenological research findings will be presented, along with the speaker’s own experiences of bringing Dancing Mindfulness into the recovery and wellness communities.

Eligible for 3.0 Credits: ATCB, NBCC; ASWB, APA, MFT, Nursing; SWNYS

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Jamie Marich, PhD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS

Jamie Marich, PhD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, is a dancer, musician, writer, and clinical counselor. She speaks on topics related to EMDR, trauma, addiction, and mindfulness while maintaining a private practice. Jamie developed the dancing mindfulness practice. She is the author of EMDR Made Simple: Four Approaches for Using EMDR with Every Client, Trauma and the Twelve Steps: A Complete Guide for Recovery Enhancement, and Trauma Made Simple... Read More →


Saturday November 7, 2015 9:30am - 12:30pm
Executive Conference Center 1601 Broadway (enter on 48th Street)