Hancock Center Dance/Movement Therapy Programs
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Dance/Movement Therapy

Hancock Center is remaining operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are working to meet our clients' treatment needs as possible through telehealth or occasional in-person sessions. Our staff are available remotely via telephone, email and video conferencing. While social distancing is necessary all classes and groups (more than one client in a session) are post-poned.

Individual Adult, Child, and Family Dance/Movement Therapy Sessions

By appointment. Dance/movement therapy, related art and music experiences and verbal processing will be used to explore particular concerns. On-going, Monday through Friday, various times scheduled. Fees up to $150/hour; limited sliding fee scale available. We are registered providers with IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct), CLTS (Children's Long-Term Support), CCS (Comprehensive Community Services) and CCS Dane County, and CCF (Children Come First / RISE WI).

May 15, 2021: Hancock's wait list for individual adult and child sessions is currently full. Stay tuned - we will post again when there are openings.

To make a referral or to schedule an intake appointment please contact the Hancock Center office 251-0908 x10 or info@hancockcenter.net.

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Children's Self and Social Identity Groups

Dance/movement therapy groups for children use fun movement and creative arts experiences to support children to learn more about themselves and their feelings while having positive connections with peers. Groups are formed based on children's shared needs, ages and schedules. These groups are particularly helpful to meet the needs of children on the autism spectrum, with other developmental issues, cognitive delays, physical challenges, or ADHD.  Group rate $40/weekly session/child. Limited sliding fee scale available.

Groups for children with developmental issues will use dance, rhythm, and creative movement play to develop self-awareness, support peer relationships, and to develop motor skills. Contact Ann Wingate.

 

See "Health & Wellness" page for more classes that we offer.

Call or email for a Hancock Center brochure or program flyers.