Hancock Center Dance/Movement Therapy Programs
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Dance/Movement Therapy

Hancock Center offers treatment needs that respond to clients. Services are available on-site at Hancock Center and through telehealth. Masks are optional but encouraged in the building, and visitors may be requested to wear a mask in shared spaces.

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.

Hancock Center is a registered provider with IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct), CLTS (Children's Long-Term Support), CCS (Comprehensive Community Services) and CCS Dane County, partnering with 5 funding programs including BadgerCare Plus and Medicaid SSI and a network of providers like Hancock Center) and CCF (Children Come First / RISE WI).

To make a referral or to schedule an intake appointment please contact the Hancock Center office (608) 251-0908 x100 or newclients@hancockcenter.org

 

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.

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.