Fall 2022 Sessions
We will be starting a new round of somatic supervision starting this Sept. This group is for licensed clinicians who are currently using somatic work in their practice, and would like to have some support in how they work somatically with clients. We will cover themes related to being a somatic-based and dance/movement therapist, and unpack cases that are brought to the group. Space is limited to provide enough time for each clinician to present cases.
We will meet online on the first Wed of each month, 10-11:30am EST, through April 5, 2023.
Meeting dates ahead include: Oct 5, Nov 2 and Dec 7.
Acceptance to group is on a rolling admissions basis.
Cost is $280 for four sessions. Payment in full will be due prior to start to secure your space in the group*.
Some of the themes that we cover include:
- Somatic Countertransference
- Mirroring and Un-mirroring
- Working with the Freeze response
- Sensing and Listening through the body
- Three layers of awareness
- Learning the Language of a Felt Sense
* This group may count toward your DMT group supervision requirements
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Tantia, PhD, BC-DMT, LCAT at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-591-4017.
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About Jennifer Frank Tantia, PhD, MS, LCAT, BC-DMT
She has been in private practice as a somatic psychotherapy and dance/movement psychotherapy in New York City for the past 18 years, having worked on in-patient psychiatry and residential treatment for older adults prior. She taught somatic psychology and embodied research both in the US and internationally for the past decade. Dr. Tantia served on boards of both the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP) and the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) and has authored many peer-reviewed articles in DMT and somatic psychology. She co-edited The Routledge International Handbook on Embodied Perspectives in Psychotherapy: Approaches from Dance Movement and Body Psychotherapy (2019) and received a Marian Chace Foundation grant for her latest book, The Art and Science of Embodied Research Design: Concepts, Methods and Cases (2020).
For more information, please visit www.soma-psyche.com