DIFFERENT FORMATS OF STUDY
Professional therapists not enrolled on the full programme are invited to participate in the open workshops & modules, as CPD (continuing professional development). Some courses, modules and webinars are limited to students enrolled on the full programme.
LENGTH OF STUDY
This is a 4,5 year part-time programme consisting of 4 x 4-day face-to-face modules, 2 x 3-day modules of self-experience in the method groups, monthly webinars and colloquiums, group supervision, inter-visions and practical internships.
Following successful completion of the programme the student receives a diploma of professional training in Dance Movement Therapy. This will be issued after completion and defence of the final thesis, and submission of records verifying completion of 3,800 hours of training. This diploma will be accompanied with an academic transcript listing the courses completed and hours attended.
This is an integrated study experience that includes intensive training workshops and seminars, theoretical lectures, on-line webinars, clinical internships, research projects, self-study and peer work in small groups, and group supervision. Personal therapy is a requirement of each student and will be undertaken over the duration of the DMT training experience. Individual supervision may be arranged external to the programme, on the advice of the educational directors.
This programme is the first in Ukraine that prepares DMT professionals who are certificated in accordance with the professional training standards of EADMT and EAP. It is designed in collaboration with leading DMT specialists in Europe.
Our Alumni are sought-after specialists in Ukraine and internationally. Their fields include psychological and business counselling, Dance Movement Therapy and Creative Movement with children, clinical DMT, family counselling, education, and community development work.
The programme is structured with consideration of the needs of each student, with attention to the needs of the students who travel from other cities or from abroad. Most of the theoretical content will be taught through online webinars and supervision, and offline seminars and workshops in the modules.
Although the programme is designed for students with a basic knowledge of the dance movement therapy method (min 180 hours), those who require more experience are invited to the introductory DMT course, run in parallel with the full programme.
Requirements for the enrolment: a Masters degree in one of the following fields: psychology, medicine, social work, rehabilitation, pedagogy, biology, choreography)