DEVIKA MEHTA KADAM (She/Her/Hers)

Education
M.Sc. Dance Movement Psychotherapy (UK)
M.A. Clinical Psychology (India)
M.A. Indian Folk Dance (India)

Associations :

Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy,UK - www.admp.org.uk) (since 2013)

Founding Member and Treasurer (Indian Association of Dance Movement Therapy, India- www.iadmt.org)

Regional Director South Asia (International Association of Creative Arts Somatic Education - www.iacase.org)

In every moment, we create with our bodies.

Devika Mehta Kadam

About me :

Hello! , I am Devika and I believe in building a strong dialogue between the mind and the body, the power of spontaneous play and the role of creativity in nourishing our mental health. I have keen interest in embodied indigenous movement practices and how they can find support in neuroscience. Decolonising the practice of DMT and actively advocating that mental health is relational, political and cultural is integral to my experience of mental health systems. I invite you to come experience this conversation in a safe, empathic, inclusive space.

Our Practice:

Our work is based on neurological, psychodynamic and developmental frameworks. Our practice is person-centred, intersectional, indigenous, trauma-informed and queer affirmative.

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TARANA KHATRI (She/Her/Hers)

Education :
M.Sc. Dance Movement Psychotherapy (UK)
M.Sc. Counselling Psychology (India)

Associations :

Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy,UK - www.admp.org.uk) (since 2014)

Licensed Counselor (specialisation in Dance Movement Psychotherapy) (DHCC, Dubai)

Founding Member and Executive Committee Member (Indian Association of Dance Movement Therapy, India- www.iadmt.org)

A sum of movements creates an experience. If you want to change the experience, start with the movement .

Tarana Khatri

About me :

Hey! I am Tarana and I believe that every individual has a unique natural pattern of communication through their body. Understanding these patterns significantly contribute to one’s mental well being.I encourage exploration and learning about the self through creative , reflective and play based interactions. This process is facilitated in a non judgemental and safe space.

Awareness and advocacy of understanding the role of the body in relation to self , community , culture and mental health is central to my work with Dance Movement Psychotherapy. I invite you to stay curious about your movements and integrate these reflections into your lived experience.

Our Practice:

Our work is based on neurological, psychodynamic and developmental frameworks. Our practice is person-centred, intersectional, indigenous, trauma-informed and queer affirmative.

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