2014 Central Region Conference!

Being the Change We Wish To See:
Surviving and Thriving as Drama Therapists in the Central Region
April 26th and 27th 2014
Saint Louis, Missouri

CALL FOR CONFERENCE PROPOSALS

This last fall we voted to focus our regional conference this spring on the specific challenges of being a central region drama therapist. We encourage any proposals that address issues around licensure, promoting drama therapy, program design, networking tools, and ways in which you are surviving or thriving in the work you do as a drama therapist in the central region.

*Third annual get together dinner will be Friday April 25th, details to follow.

*Conference will be Saturday April 26th 8am-5pm and Sunday April 27th 9am-noon

*Registration will be open March 15st 2014 at http://www.nadta.org

*Option to join in on half day Developmental Transformations Workshop with the Minnesota DvT Institute on Sunday afternoon for additional fee.

*Conference fee is $50/students and $60/ Professional for the whole conference. Those presenting will receive a $10 discount.

2014 Central Region Conference Proposal
Proposals are due February 23rd, 2014.There will be NO EXTENSION date. Please submit all applications to Central Region Drama Therapy Representative Laura Wood: centralrep@nadt.org

You will receive a confirmation upon receipt of proposal.
Please copy and paste following form into a Word Document and attach for submissions.
Presenter(s) Name and Credentials:

Presenter(s) Email:
Presenter(s) Phone:

Professional Affiliations:

Current Student: Yes or No

Presenter Bio(s):

Name of Presentation:
Abstract (50 words MAX):

Three objectives of your talk (ex: participants will be able to identify three different types of eating disorders)
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3.
Presentations can be either 1 or 1.5 hours, which do you prefer, if selected?
Please note the percent that is experiential, didactic or other:
Please note what presentation materials are needed:
____Power Point
____Flip Chart/Markers
____iPod hook up for music

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