Anna Fiona Keogh qualified with an MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy from Goldsmiths University of London in 2008. She has over 15 years of providing DMP in diverse settings including educational, intellectual disability and psychiatric services, community and spirituality settings as well as in private practice. She is a professional member of the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists (IACAT) and the Laban Guild for Movement and Dance and is a committed practitioner member of the Ecotherapy Network of Ireland (ENI).
She has a particular interest in supporting clients through significant life and identity transitions and decisions, such as recovering from addiction, living with illness, entering parenthood, loss and bereavement, the beginnings or endings of relationships, or changes in livelihood.
She is especially influenced by ecopsychology and somatic approaches, but also draws from a number of frameworks including psychodynamic, humanistic and mindfulness based approaches.
Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) is a relational process in which client(s) and therapist use body movement and dance as a method of communication during the therapy process. DMP offers embodied interventions which take into account a client’s lived experience in the context of the relational, social and ecological system they live in. When used in a psychotherapeutic context, dance movement is utilised for a range of neurological, psychological, relationship, and social problems. It also provides opportunities for people who wish to develop their own creative potential.
Anna Fiona is available for early morning sessions (between 7 and 10) Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Contact Anna Fiona directly on firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, go to her website: www.movingthemoment.ie