How can we use "body knowledge" into patterns of behaving, thinking, and feeling? Can we facilitate harmony within each individual and with society as a whole? Mind Your Body is a podcast that aims to inform listeners about the inner-workings of the human body as a vehicle for improved consciousness of thoughts and actions using principles and concepts from dance/movement therapy, the psychotherapeutic use of movement that furthers the emotional, physical, and intellectual integration of an individual. We will explore popular social, emotional, behavioral, and political topics from this perspective. Tune in and find out as your host, Orit Greenberger, shares her interviews with dance/movement therapists and other experts who have a unique perspective on the subject.
82. Relationship Real Talk: You are lovable
Orit shares a brain map to help you understand how you can truly believe that your partner loves you when all you’ve had were traumatic relationships in the past. Join Orit’s FREE Facebook Community: The Lasting Love Movement Apply to LET LOVE IN. Orit Krug is an award-winning Board-Certified Dance/Movement Therapist. Orit specializes in helping women […]
81. Relationship Real Talk: How to deal with triggers
Orit talks about how to ACTUALLY deal with triggers that don’t require “faking it,” counting breaths, or repeating affirmations that don’t work to calm the body and nervous system in moments of confrontation in your relationship. Join Orit’s FREE Facebook Community: The Lasting Love Movement Apply to LET LOVE IN. Orit Krug is an award-winning Board-Certified […]
80. How does Dance Therapy Heal Trauma and Improve Our Ability To Love?
Sarah Haddow shares transformational stories about clients who freed themselves from the prison of their past trauma, gently opened their hearts, and let healthy lasting love into their lives. Interested in learning more about the LET LOVE IN Program? Click here for more details. Sarah Haddow is a dance/movement psychotherapist who specializes in helping women […]
79. Surviving the Pandemic as a Dance Therapist with Winnie Wong
In this episode, we hear from Winnie Wong about what it’s like to survive the pandemic as an Asian American Dance Therapist, working in a NYC psychiatric hospital through COVID-19. Winnie M. Wong, MS, LCAT, BC-DMT, is a Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist (DMT) living and working in Brooklyn, N.Y. She is currently working on a […]
78. Dance Therapy Healed My Trauma & Marriage, and Made Me a Better Trauma-Informed Specialist
Corrie shares how her life has completely transformed after going through my LET LOVE IN program with Top-Level Embodiment Coach and Dance/Movement Psychotherapist Sarah Haddow. You’ll hear how Corrie: Let in her husband’s amazing love after almost giving up on their marriage (and blaming him for their issues) Finally came “home” to her body and […]
77. Dance Therapy & Inclusion with Dr. Angela Grayson
An important conversation with Dr. Angela Grayson on how to foster inclusion within the dance therapy community and as healers with our clients. In this episode, you’ll learn: What does inclusion mean? How can we heal hurt together instead of against each other? The best way to approach and respond to sensitive topics regarding race, […]
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I just graduated with a master's in DMT and am currently applying for jobs in the field. These podcasts have been really informative and useful as I try to figure out who I want to be as a DMT, while recognizing that that might change over time. I also appreciate your perspective on the ins-ad-outs of our work and hope to take it with me throughout my future career.
Great content, but
I desperately want to love this podcast. The content is great, and worth listening to at least a few of the episodes for that reason. When I listen to podcasts, I’m looking for great content AND overall good quality in regards to audio and interviewing skills. While I’m sure the host of this show is very knowledgeable, she often sounds unprepared for her interviews which leaves a lot of fillers (“yeah...”, “so...”). Decent show, but room for improvement! Still, I am thankful that these topics are out there and are being shared.