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Sandra Kay Lauffenburger

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Wesley Institute

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Wesley Institute

5 Mary Street

Drummoyne, New South Wales,2047

Australia

Company Description

Wesley Institute is an innovative Christian college whose vision is to: provide an intellectually stimulating, culturally diverse and academically rigorous environment in which staff and students are encouraged to achieve their potential; deliver course s o... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Guest Lecturer In Counselling Department

University of Canberra


Lecturer

Movement based Somatic Therapy


Affiliations

Dance-Movement Therapy Association of Australia Inc

Sub-committee Member


The Ouldeah Centre

Founder


Australian Pilates Method Association

Founding Councilor


Laban/Bartenieff

Member of the Core Faculty


International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association

Member


Movement Therapy

Founder


Education

Dance Movement therapy programs

Wesley Institute


B.Ed.


M.Sc


graduate degree

psychology

Charles Sturt University


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DTAA Sub-committees - DTAA ~DTAA ~

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Sandra Lauffenburger
Sandra Lauffenburger (Convenor PMC) Sandra (B.Ed., M.Sc., Assoc. Degree (Dance), Cert. Laban Movement Analysis, LIMS ,Dip. Dance/Movement Therapy IDTIA, Dip. Adult Psychotherapy, Grad Dip. Psychology, B.Soc.Sci.(Hons Psych); DTAA (Professional) is interested in the importance of and application of non-verbal communication and its use in psychotherapy. She has worked in private practice since 1985, originally as a movement therapist and later as a dance movement psychotherapist and somatic movement psychotherapist. As a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, she has taught in dance movement therapy programs for the Wesley Institute, (Drummoyne, NSW and Canada), the IDTIA, and Tensegrity Training's Graduate Certificate in Movement-based Somatic Therapy. She also provides movement therapy/psychotherapy supervision for graduates of many somatic/movement therapy training programs. Sandra has always been keen to promote the value of dance/movement/nonverbal therapies. Her recent publications include a chapter in the edited collection Counselling and Psychotherapy Works published by PACFA (2015) and an article in the peer-reviewed Journal of Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy (2016). She believes it is important for those who have benefited from working in this field to give back to our profession, and to that end, she contributes her various skills to the DTAA.


Dance-Movement Therapy conference: Broadening the Spectrum

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Sandra Kay Lauffenburger
Sandra Kay Lauffenburger Sandra maintains a clinical practice in Dance/Movement Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychoanalysis (self-psychology) in Canberra, working with a spectrum of issues from chronic pain through to personality disorders. Over thirty years of studying, exploring, and integrating the body, movement, and verbal therapy inform her work. Sandra was certified as a Laban Movement Analyst in 1985 and has applied this powerful somatic/movement theory in a number of areas. She has taught LMA/BF for Dance Therapists (Counselling program at the Wesley Institute, Sydney and Vancouver), for Somatic Movement Therapists (Tensegrity Training, Sunshine Coast), and most recently offered "Somatics and Movement for Counselling" at the University of Canberra Counselling Department.


dtaa.org.au

DTAA Sub-committees | DTAA Sub-committees | Sandra Lauffenburge | Tess Hens | Eileen McDonald | Sandra Kay Lauffenburger
Sandra Lauffenburger Sandra Lauffenburger (Convenor PMC) Sandra (B.Ed., M.Sc., Assoc. Degree (Dance), Cert. Laban Movement Analysis, LIMS ,Dip. Dance/Movement Therapy IDTIA, Dip. Adult Psychotherapy, Grad Dip. Psychology, B.Soc.Sci.(Hons Psych); DTAA (Professional) is interested in the importance of and application of non-verbal communication and its use in psychotherapy. She has worked in private practice since 1985, originally as a movement therapist and later as a dance movement psychotherapist and somatic movement psychotherapist. As a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, she has taught in dance movement therapy programs for the Wesley Institute, (Drummoyne, NSW and Canada), the IDTIA, and Tensegrity Training's Graduate Certificate in Movement-based Somatic Therapy. She also provides movement therapy/psychotherapy supervision for graduates of many somatic/movement therapy training programs. Sandra has always been keen to promote the value of dance/movement/nonverbal therapies. Her recent publications include a chapter in the edited collection Counselling and Psychotherapy Works published by PACFA (2015) and an article in the peer-reviewed Journal of Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy (2016). She believes it is important for those who have benefited from working in this field to give back to our profession, and to that end, she contributes her various skills to the DTAA.


Counselling Faculty — Wesley Institute

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Sandra Kay Lauffenburger


www.selfnmotion.com.au

Sandra Kay LauffenburgerSandra Kay LauffenburgerSandra Kay LauffenburgerSandra maintains a clinical practice in Psychodynamic and Somatic Psychotherapy in Canberra, working with a spectrum of issues from chronic pain through to personality disorders.Over twenty five years of studying and exploring body and movement therapies as well as clinical training in Self-psychology (Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Sydney), inform her work.She is an invited presenter in Laban Movement Analysis around Australia, Canada, and Asia.She is also a guest speaker on psychotherapeutic issues such as chronic pain, multiple personality disorders, and trauma.Beginning her working life as a Research Geophysicist in the oil industry, Sandra's analytical mind enabled her to write some of the industry's initial oil exploration computer programs, which she then taught in Europe, UK, Canada, and Australia.However, in 1981 she decided to turn her scientific enquiries in the direction of the human body and movement, beginning with graduate work in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and exercise physiology.Concurrently, she satisfied the artist-within by studying numerous forms of Contemporary Dance and Ballet, as well as Yoga and Pilates. In 1985 Sandra obtained a Certification in Laban Movement Analysis (CMA through LIMS®, University of Washington).Living in Asia from 1984 to 1988, Sandra taught Laban Movement Analysis/Bartenieff Fundamentals sm (LMA/BF) as well as Contemporary Dance to groups that had never before experienced Western movement material.She was invited to give workshops to the People's Republic of China's PLA Song and Dance Troupe, to the Guangdong Academy of Dance, the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, as well as many fitness groups in Jakarta, Indonesia.In 1989 Sandra returned to the US and worked in the aerobic dance and fitness industry applying LMA/BF principles.She also studied Jungian thought and offered LMA/BF movement courses tied to Jungian thought at the C. G. Jung Institute of Psychoanalysis and Creative Arts in Houston, Texas.In addition, Sandra was the guest LMA/BF teacher for the Bill Evans Summer School of Dance, Colorado Springs, Colorado (1988 to 1990).In 1992 Sandra moved permanently to Canberra and established The Ouldeah Centre for Pilates and Movement Therapy (1992 to 1999).She introduced Canberra to the therapeutic benefits of Pilates-based Movement Therapy, educating insurance companies and local medical practitioners of the benefits for their patients.Sandra holds over 25 years experience with the Pilates Method and Movement Therapy and has used that to further the Pilates industry in Australia.She was a Founding Councillor of the Australian Pilates Method Association, the Australian credentialing body, and co-authored the curriculum used at UTS for training Pilates Method instructors.She has developed training programs for Pilates-based Rehabilitation Practitioners, using somatic movement methods, including LMA/BF.Along with her credentials in verbal psychotherapy, Sandra is a professional Dance/Movement Therapist (or Movement Psychotherapist).She teaches Dance Movement Therapy for the Wesley Institute (Sydney) and for IDTIA (Melbourne).She regularly teaches professional development workshops for the DTAA (Melbourne) and has been invited to share her LMA/BF skills with the Feldenkrais community. Sandra is a member of the core faculty for LSSA's Laban Movement Analysis and Bodymind PracticeÔ Certification Program, and runs Introductory courses in LMA/BF and experiential anatomy.Sandra is continually drawn to the synthesis of new ideas that span the spectrum of movement and psyche.She is currently completing a graduate degree in psychology from Charles Sturt University which she hopes will lead to doing research in the area of somatics and movement.


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