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Sandra Kay Lauffenburger

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Background

Employment History

  • Dance Movement Therapy Teacher
    Wesley Institute
  • Dance Movement Therapy and Psychology Teacher
    Wesley Institute
  • Member, Faculty
    Wesley Institute
  • Lecturer In Dance Movement Therapy
    Wesley Institute - Sydney Australia Director, Trainer, Pilates
  • Lecturer In Dance Movement Therapy
    Wesley Institute - Sydney Australia
  • Teacher
    Grad
  • Psychodynamic and Somatic Psychotherapist
    Self-employed psychotherapist
  • Certified Laban Movement Analyst and Dance Therapist
    Self-employed psychotherapist

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    The Ouldeah Centre for Movement Therapy
  • Founder
    Movement Therapy
  • Founder
    The Ouldeah Centre for Pilates

Education

  • B.Ed.
  • B.Ed
  • M.Sc
  • B.Ed. M.Sc. Dip
28 Total References
Web References
Counselling Faculty — Wesley Institute
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www.selfnmotion.com.au, 25 Aug 2008 [cached]
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Sandra 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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www.dtaa.org.au, 22 Feb 2008 [cached]
Sandra Kay Lauffenburger, B.Ed, M.Sc, CMA, Certified Laban Movement Analyst, Registered Somatic Movement Therapist, Dance Movement Therapist, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist.For over 24 years Sandra has been teaching and working with SOMATIC MOVEMENT EDUCATION across the fields of dance, exercise, therapy, and creativity.She has been in private practice since 1985 and in Canberra since 1992 (The Ouldeah Centre).
Sandra Lauffenburger workshopSandra Lauffenburger presented this comprehensive framework for understanding movement in all its rich layers, providing tools for movement training and observation that are personally and professionally meaningful and profoundly enlivening.
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Photo: Sandra Lauffenburger and participants exploring 'Space' with LMA.
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Course Facilitator Sandra Kay Lauffenburger, B.Ed. M.Sc. Dip(Psych), Dip(DMTher), Cert(LMA), Dance-Movement Therapist (DTAA), Reg Psychodynamic Psychotherapist (PACFA), Reg Somatic Movement Therapist (ISMETA), Certified Laban Movement Analyst (LIMS)
Sandra was certified in Laban Movement Analysis through LIMS, New York/Seattle in 1985.Currently she maintains a clinical practice in Movement Therapy and Movement Psychotherapy in Canberra, working with a spectrum of issues from chronic pain through to personality disorders.Over twenty five years of studying and exploring the body and movement as well as clinical training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Self-psychology, Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy, Sydney), inform her work.She teaches Dance Movement Therapy and Psychology in Sydney at the Wesley Institute for Ministry and Arts.Before coming to Canberra in 1992, Sandra spent time studying and teaching movement at the C. G. Jung Institute of Psychoanalysis and Creative Arts in Houston, Texas.Sandra also has 23 years experience with the Pilates Method and Movement Therapy.She also trains Pilatesbased Rehabilitation Practitioners, using somatic and movement methods.She is in the process of completing a Grad.Dip. in Psychology at Charles Sturt University.
Canberra Jung Society
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Sandra Lauffenburger, B Ed, M Sc, B Soc Sci (Hons) (Psych), maintains a clinical practice in Self-Psychologically-based psychodynamic psychotherapy in Canberra. For the past 12 years she has worked with a spectrum of issues such as chronic pain, multiple personality, OCD, personality disorders, and borderline presentations. Professional training in Self-Psychology and over 25 years of exploring the body and movement therapies inform her clinical work. Sandra holds credentials in Laban Movement Analysis and is a lecturer in Dance/Movement Therapist. She is on the faculty of the Wesley Institute (Sydney) where she teaches courses in non-verbal clinical interventions as well as lifespan developmental issues. She also offers face to face and phone supervision to psychotherapists and Dance/Movement Therapists.
www.selfnmotion.com.au: About Sandra
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Since 1999 Sandra has maintained a psychotherapeutic practice in Canberra. She specializes in long-term treatment using psychoanalytic Self Psychology for presentations including personality disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma, chronic pain, etc. She lectures on Self Psychology for the Empathink Association of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (Melbourne).
Over twenty five years of studying and exploring body and movement therapies also inform her psychotherapeutic work. She is an invited presenter in Laban Movement Analysis in Australia, Canada, and Asia. She lectures in Dance Movement Therapy in the Counselling program at the Wesley Institute (Sydney) as well as offering supervision for professionals in this field.
Sandra began her working life as a Research Geophysicist in the oil industry. She used her well-developed analytical skills to write one of the industry's initial oil exploration computer programs, which she then taught to oil explorationists in Europe, UK, Canada, and Australia. In 1981 she turned her scientific enquiries in the direction of the human body and movement, pursuing graduate work in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and exercise physiology, while also satisfying the artist-within by studying Contemporary Dance, Ballet, Yoga and Pilates.
In 1985 Sandra obtained a Certification in Laban Movement Analysis through the University of Washington. While living in Asia from 1984 to 1988, Sandra taught Laban Movement Analysis/Bartenieff Fundamentals (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 P.L.A. Song and Dance Troupe, the Guangdong Academy of Dance, the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, and fitness groups in Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong. 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 1992 Sandra moved permanently to Canberra and established The Ouldeah Centre for Movement Therapy (1992 to 1999). She introduced Canberra to the therapeutic benefits of Pilates-based Somatic 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 Movement Psychotherapist. She lectured in the Counselling Department at the Wesley Institute (Sydney) until the completion of that program and currently tutors for IDTIA and DTAA (Melbourne) as well as Tensegrity Training (Hobart). Her teaching focuses on Developmental Movement/Development Issues, Movement observation and analysis, and non-verbal therapeutic interventions. She developed the curriculum for and presented a unit titled: Using Somatics and Movement in Counselling for the Counselling Department, Faculty of Health at the University of Canberra.
Sandra is continually drawn to the synthesis of new ideas that span the spectrum of movement and psyche. She enjoys encouraging future professionals in the field of verbal and non-verbal psychotherapy through supervisory and educational roles. She has presented clinical cases and theoretical papers at a number of EAPSP conferences and has taught in the Empathink Introduction to Self Psychology course for many years. She is currently co-leading a clinical case study and reading group for experienced Self Psychology practitioners in Canberra.
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