CONNECTING CANADA THROUGH MOVEMENT.

We are the professional association of dance movement therapists in Canada. We work to promote, support, and develop the practice of dance movement therapy across the country.
 

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Discover D/MT

Browse resources for both therapists and potential clients wanting to learn more about this therapeutic modality including how to become a practitioner.

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Become a Member

Practising or studying Dance/Movement Therapy? We welcome Professional, Associate and Student Membership applications

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News & Events

Follow our team profile for updates from our committees and members including new workshops, practice spotlights, and more.

CURRENT COMMITTEE WORK & HAPPENINGS

FIND A THERAPIST

Find a practitioner working or training in Canada and discover the multifaceted benefits of Dance Movement Therapy for yourself. 

CURIOUS ABOUT DANCE/MOVEMENT THERAPY?

Check out our Resource page which includes info on becoming a therapist, Professional Ethics & Standards, provides Academic material, and more. You can also check out the most commonly asked questions on our FAQ page!

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WAYS TO CONNECT


Join the movement on our social media platforms and follow us in the member's area so that you don't miss a beat! As a very small volunteer board, we appreciate your patience as we do our best to get back to you.

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WAYS TO SUPPORT

DMTAC is run by a small volunteer board and depends on the support of members and supporters like you to keep us moving. If membership isn't the right fit for you, but you'd like to be involved, consider joining a committee where you can contribute your experience or by making a donation via e-transfer to info@dmtac.org.

A major thank you to our existing donors.

MOVING BEYOND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

DMTAC recognizes the sovereign land on which we live and dance together. This land has been the site of human activity for thousands of years and is still home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island. ​Our operating base, currently located in Tkaronto, is on the unceded, unsurrendered territory of the Wendat, the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. 
Read our full land & practice acknowledgment here along with resources for settlers to take action.