List of registered clinical supervisors

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Display Name
Agnes Law
Aleka Loutsis
Allison Bakari-Singer
Angela Griffiths
Annette Schwalbe
Annie Parry
Athena Pikis
Beatrice Allegranti
Blanche Donnery
Bonnie Meekums
Brenda Naso
Carly Marchant
Caroline Frizell
Caroline Frizell
Catherine Beuzeboc
Céline Butté
Claire Burrell
Claire Perriam
Claire Schaub-Moore
Dawn Batcup
Deborah Williams
Ditty Dokter
Eila Goldhahn
Elizabeth Shaw
Ellen Emmet
Fiona Hoo
Fran Lavendel
Geoffery Unkovich
Gerry Harrison
Hannah Creighton
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List of registered professionals (RDMPs)

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Currently practising


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Full Name Practicing
Alexia Gaitanou Yes
Allyson Vuli Yes
Amanda Parsons-Hulse Yes
Amanda Player Yes
Amanda Roberts Yes
Amelia Sommers Yes
Amy Lazarou Yes
Anastasia Foulouli Yes
Andrea Malà Yes
Andria Papanicolaou Yes
Angela Genetti Yes
Anna Annes Yes
Anna Hasso de Romero Yes
Anna Nizio Yes
Anna Wood Yes
Archana Ballal Yes
Atsuko Kamura Yes
Ayaka Takai Yes
Barbara Erber Yes
Bridget Poulter Yes
Carolyn Fresquez Yes
Catherine Clissett Yes
Cathy Heath Yes
Cecilia Willis Yes
Chin-Lien Hsu Yes
Christopher Buckley Yes
Dagmara Rosiecka Yes
Daniella Budd Yes
Danielle Dobson Knight Yes
Devika Mehta Yes
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List of registered students

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Full Name
Abigail Jackson
Adèle Brazeau-Feeley
Aguas Santas Garcia Puerto
Ailsa Parsons
Akiko Ogawa
Alexandra Eaton
Alison Stokes
Anastasia Moraiti
Andrea Haley
Ann-Marie Fields
Anna de Pahlen
Anna Havunta
Anna Townend
Arham Kim
Ba-tel Klein
Barbara Ferreira Pereira
Barbara Kasprzyk
Bernice Moore
Bethany Townsend
Blanche Donnery
Brunet Mascareno Vera
Camilla Emson
Carly Brain
Carol Jaffier
Charlotte Watts
Chia-Hua Chien
Chloe Wilkinson
Cholé Gayet
Christina Greenland
Christina-Paraskevi Gougouli
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List of private practitioners

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Agnes Law
Aleka Loutsis
Allison Bakari-Singer
Ana Jorge
Angela Griffiths
Angeles Fiallo Montero
Anna Keogh
Annette Schwalbe
Annie Parry
Athena Pikis
Barbara Wesolowska
Batel Magen
Beatrice Allegranti
Bethan Manford
Blanche Donnery
Bonnie Meekums
Brenda Naso
Carly Marchant
Caroline Frizell
Caroline Frizell
Catherine Beuzeboc
Catherine Brown
Céline Butté
Chloe Woodhouse
Christina Argyropoulou
Christina Cockett
Claire Burrell
Claire Perriam
Claire Schaub-Moore
Clare Osbond
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AGM 2017

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AGM for The Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK Ltd

Will be held on 14th October 2017 at Derby University.

AGM’s are held annually in October each year. Any RDMP’s who are full members can be nominated at the AGM to become Directors of ADMP UK Ltd Company. Terms of office are for 2 years, with a maximum of 4 years if a candidate puts themselves forward for a second term of office, as a member of the council. Please see the personal statement of the current chair Jackie Edwards by downloading here. Please follow the link to book a place on the AGM https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/admpuk-agmtickets- 37518624215 and the link below for the free 3-hour CPD following the AGM https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/post-agm-cpdcritical- decision-making-and-accountabilitytickets- 37519197931 If you would like to be nominated to join Council from October 2017 please download form below.  A proxy vote form for all those who are unable to make it on the day is available to download below. Click here to download nomination form. For votes by proxy, please click the following: Nomination Form for Election to the Council of the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK Ltd. (Nominees must be a Registered Professional Members of ADMP) We look forward to seeing many of you there Jackie, Gabi, Luke, Jill & Sam  

TBC: Click on list to download

4. Accounts for 1st April 2016 up to 31st March 2017
12. Nominations received and their personal statements:

Research & NICE

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FAQ Journal Catalogue Research Opportunities Call for research participants 2017 Research Opportunities in Dance Movement Psychotherapy February 2017   NICE update Dr Bonnie Meekums writes: As NICE representative (now resigned after six years), I recently gave feedback on a draft of the following publication: NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CARE EXCELLENCE Guideline scope Dementia: assessment, management and support for people living with dementia and their carers As a result of this, the scope now includes the following: 3.2 Current practice Current options for managing the cognitive symptoms of dementia include the acetylcholinesterase (AChE) inhibitors (donepezil, rivastigmine and galantamine) and the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonist memantine. Antipsychotics licensed for short-term use (for example risperidone) are options in certain circumstances to manage the behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia. In addition, non-pharmacological treatment can help with the symptoms of dementia. These treatments include psychological and cognitive therapies (such as cognitive stimulation therapy), which can be used to improve memory skills in people living with dementia. Alternative therapies such as the therapeutic use of music or dancing, animal-assisted therapy, aromatherapy, massage and multi-sensory stimulation may help with the behavioural symptoms of dementia, and treatment can be tailored to individual needs. I am delighted to see this inclusion, especially since our Cochrane Systematic Review (Karkou & Meekums) is well underway, of DMT for dementia. We recently presented our research at a day conference in Cambridge, organised by ICRA. The depression review (Meekums, Karkou & Nelson) was published earlier this year. There is still much to do, including the establishment in people’s minds of the differences between dance and DMP, before our profession receives the recognition it deserves, but the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step (Lao Tzu). I have dedicated my working life to taking mindful, single steps. It is now time for others to take this forward. Bonnie Meekums, PhD, Fellow ADMP   Dr. Bonnie Meekums, the ADMP representative for NICE, has let us know that there are two new publications: Closing the gap priorities for essential change in mental health and Psychosis and schizophrenia in adults treatment and management Clinical guidelines CG178 Issued: February 2014 Bonnie writes: You might want to go straight to 9.3.5 on page 220.  Of note on page 221: ‘ arts therapies are currently the only interventions (both psychological and pharmacological) to demonstrate consistent efficacy in the reduction of negative symptoms.’ They go on, of course, to recommend the use of arts therapies at all stages of treatment.    

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