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Dance Movement Therapy

Georgiana Filippaki

Sounding Movers Program

Dance movement psychotherapy / dance therapy is the use of movement and dance with the aim of promoting the emotional, mental, cognitive and social integration of the individual. It is based on relational psychotherapy, in which the patient and the therapist engage in a conscious creative process that uses body movement, voice and dance to promote further awareness into the individual's psycho-emotional and physical condition. With vocal sounds and body movements, we create a safe environment in which the patient can explore and connect with deeper emotions and thoughts.

Addressed to: Children, teens, adults, families and couples.

Duration: 60 - 75min per week

Language: Greek / English

Individual sessions/Group sessions

Individual Dance Therapy Program

In the individual sessions of dance therapy we will deal with the difficulties / challenges and concerns that negatively affect our daily lives as well as with a wide range of psychopathological disorders. Beneficial for both physical and mental health, dance therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can be used to reduce stress, prevent illness and manage mood. At the same time, it promotes self-knowledge, self-esteem and creates a safe space for the expression of emotions.

Addressed to: Children, teens, adults, families and couples.

Duration: 75min per week

Language: Greek / English

Online feature: Yes

REQUEST INTAKE AT +302109238990

Group Program for stress

In the Group therapy of Dance movement psychotherapy, for the treatment of stress we will deal with the recognition, acceptance, treatment and management of the symptoms of stress and their effect on our daily life.

In view of the coronavirus and continuous lockdown/quarantine, due to the fear of transmission of the virus, social distancing and isolation there was an increase in fear, anxiety and worry. As a result individuals face difficulties in reintegrating and adapting to the new reality.

Addressed to: From 18 and over

Duration: 75min per week

Language: Greek / English

Maximum number of people per group: 6

REQUEST INTAKE AT +302109238990


Georgiana Filippaki is a dance movement psychotherapist and musician. She completed her studies at Codarts (Master in Dance Movement Therapy) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She practiced for nine months at the Psychiatric Clinic in Rio, Patras, where she conducted her research on "How can the combination of vocal sounds with movement help people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)". Based on her research and experience in singer / songwriting, she created the program "Sounding movers" with the aim of integrating the voice in Dance movement psychotherapy. In 2016 she participated in the workshops and in the show "eXpress" on the subject of sexual abuse of women and the ways of expression and reintegration of victims in everyday life. She has attended seminars amongst with Ann Coouper Albright, Jack Gallagher, Suzi Tortora, Simone Kleinlooh, Thomas Goodwin, Hilde Elbers, Judith Bunney, PeepingTom, Ann van de Broek, James Finnemore.

She is a graduate of the Department of Music Studies of the Ionian University in Corfu, specializing in Composition for Performing Arts. She is a singer sonwriter and has performed in concerts in London, Sao Paulo, New York, the Netherlands, Belgium. In October 2019 she took part in the musical performance "The Silent" by Dimitra Trypani on the Greek National Opera House at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

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