Susan T. Loman (MA, BC-DMT, NCC)

Professor/Associate Chair/Director of DMT
Department of Applied Psychology

Presentations

Loman, S. and Kestenberg Amighi, J. (2013, Oct.). Second chances in the three-year-old: KMP,Prevention, and Cross Cultural Applications. 48th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Brooklyn, NY.

Loman, S. (2013, July 25-28). Kestenberg Movement Profile Training Program. Europaisches Zentrum fur Tanztherapie, Munich, Germany.

Loman, S. (2013, May 25-26). Understanding Movement through the Kestenberg Movement Profile: Applications with Children. Queen Margaret University. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Loman, S. (2013, May 10-12) Kestenberg Movement Profile-Movement Observation/Assessment Course. The Center for Movement Education and Research, Sebatopol, California.

Loman, S. and Johnson, M. (2013, Apr.) Second chances in the three-year-old: KMP and Prevention. NEADTA Spring Conference, 2013: Moving for Peace: Prevention and Dance/Movememt Therapy. Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. and Sossin, K. M. (2012, Nov.). Parent-child dyads in group: Moving towards attunement and prevention. Expressive Therapies Summit 2012. New York, NY.

Loman, S. and Johnson, M. (2012, Oct.). Power play: KMP, transitions, children and playful improvisational interventions. 47th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Albuquerque, NM.

Loman, S. (2012, July-Aug). Kestenberg Movement Profile Training Program. Europaisches Zentrum fur Tanztherapie, Munich, Germany.

Loman, S. (2011, Oct.) Collaboration through movement: KMP movement patterns underlying mutuality and disconnection. 46th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Minneapolis, MN.

Loman, S. (2011, July-Aug). Kestenberg Movement Profile Training Program. Europaisches Zentrum fur Tanztherapie, Munich, Germany.

Loman, S. and Johnson, M. (2011, Apr.) A Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) Approach to Trauma Prevention. NEADTA Spring Conference, 2011: Antioch University New England.

Loman, S., Sossin, M., Kestenberg Amighi, J., Hastie, S., & Birklein, S. (2010, Sept.) Clinical and Cultural Challenges and The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP). 45nd Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Brooklyn, NY.

Loman, S. (2010, July) Keynote Presentation: Interaction with Children with Aggression. Moving From Within Conference. Freising, Germany

Loman, S. (2009, Oct.) The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a self-discovery dance exploring personal movement patterns. 44nd Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Portland, OR.

Loman, S., Bernstein, B. Deihl, L. Dulicai, D., & Kleinman, S. (2009, Oct.) Profiles Panel. 44th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Portland, OR.

Loman, S., and Sossin, K. M. (2009, Oct.) Observing Children with Autism in Interaction: Clinical Implications of Sequential KMP Patterns. 44th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Portland, OR.

Loman, S. (2009, Apr.) The KMP: Rhythms in Our Lives Keynote Panel: NEADTA Spring Conference, 2009: Antioch University New England.

Loman, S. (2009, Apr.) Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) Refresher: NEADTA Spring Conference, 2009: Antioch University New England.

Loman, S. (2008, Oct.) KMP contributions to Pregnancy: Prenatal Movement, Singing and Drawing. 43nd Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Austin, TX.

Loman, S., and Sossin, K. M. (2007, Sept.) KMP contributions to working with children on the autism spectrum. 42nd Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Brooklyn.

Loman, S. (2007, July) Keynote Speech: The KMP and Prenatal Movement. Moving from Within: International Congress on Movement Analysis in Education, Therapy and Science. Freising, Germany

Loman, S. (2007, April) Conference Co-Chair, Dance/Movement Therapy: Exploring our Roots in the Expressive Arts. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch University New England .

Loman, S. (2007, April) The KMP and Pregnancy: Prenatal movement, music and drawing. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch University New England.

Loman, S., Birklein, S., and Sossin, K. M. (2006, Oct) The effect of stress on the caregiver-childrelationship: KMP research and interventions. 41th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Long Beach.

Loman, S. (2005) Chapter 4: Dance/Movement Therapy. In C. Malchiodi (Ed.), Expressive Therapies. New York: Guilford Press.

Loman, S. and Adams, M. (2005, Oct) The KMP in Action: Application of KMP Concepts in a Community Setting. 40th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Nashville.

Loman, S. (2005, July). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Pratt Institute Summer Program. Lincoln, NH.

Loman, S. (2005, April) Conference Co-Chair, Integrative Approaches in Dance/Movement Therapy. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. (2005, April) The KMP in Action: Clinical Applications of KMP Concepts with Young Children. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. and K. Mark Sossin (2004, Oct) The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a Tool for Research in Dance/Movement Therapy. 39th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. New Orleans.

Loman, S. (2004, March) Working with Infants and Toddlers: Nonverbal Communication Strategies. Maine’s 6th Annual HomeStart Conference. Freeport, ME.

Loman, S. (2004) Remembering Penny Parker Lewis (1946-2003), American Journal of Dance Therapy. Vol. 26, (1) pp. 5-7.

Loman, S. (2003) Therapy with Expectant Families: Developing early empathy through notating fetal movement in pregnancy.Movement & Dance: Quarterly Magazine of the Laban Guild. (22), (4).

Loman, S. (2003, Oct) Kestenberg Movement Profile insights regarding holding, support and mutuality: Clinical and care-giving implications. 38th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Denver, CO.

Loman, S. (2003) Introduction to the Marian Chace Foundation Annual Lecture, AmericanJournal of Dance Therapy. Vol. 25, (1,) pp.17-18.

Loman, S. (2003, May) Introduction to Nonverbal Dynamics.Phillips Graduate Institute, Encino, California.

Loman, S. (2003, May) Introduction to Kestenberg Movement Profile. Center for Movement Education and Research. Los Angeles,California.

Loman, S. (2003, April) Conference Chair, Creating Bridges: Connecting Dance/Movement Therapy with Allied Disciplines. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. & Kestenberg Amighi, J. (2002, Oct.) The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a tool for understanding diversity in learning styles and defense mechanisms. 37th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Burlington, VT.

Loman, S. (2002, July). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Pratt Institute Summer Program. Lincoln, NH.

Loman, S. (2002) Book Review: Beyond Dance: Laban’s legacy of movement analysis by Eden Davies. American Journal of Dance Therapy (24), (1).

Loman, S. (2001, Oct.) The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) as a tool for exploring personal and professional growth. 36th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Raleigh, N.C.

Loman, S. (2001). Sharing the healing potential of dance. Dance Magazine College Guide 2001-2002. Pp. 126-127.

Loman, S. (April, 2001). DMT with Expectant Families: Developing Early Empathy through Notating Fetal Movement in Pregnancy. Dance/Movement Therapy: Celebrating Development Through the Years. Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association Co-Sponsored by Antioch New England Graduate School’s DMT Program in honor of our 25th Year Anniversary

Loman, S. (April, 2001) Conference Chair. Dance/Movement Therapy: Celebrating Development Through the Years: Annual Spring Conference for the New England Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association at Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. , Sossin, K. M., and Kestenberg Amighi, J. (2000, Oct.) Applying Kestenberg Movement Profile Concepts to Day Care Centers and Programs for Young Children. 35th Annual Conference of the American Dance Therapy Association. Seattle, Washington.

Loman, S, Kestenberg Amighi, J., Lewis, P. & Sossin, K. M. (1999). The Meaning of Movement: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives as seen through the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach Publishers.

Loman, S., & Kestenberg Amighi, J. (1999). In N. Allison, (Ed.). Kestenberg Movement Profile. The illustrated encyclopedia of body-mind disciplines. New York: Rosen.

Loman, S., Sossin, K.M., Lewis, P., Kestenberg Amighi, J., Goldman, E., Muniz-Lieberman, S. & Merman, H. (1999, Nov.). Honoring the contribution of Dr. Judith Kestenberg to Dance/Movement Therapy: A 30 year partnership bridging psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, anthropology, labananalysis and dance/movement therapy. Presentation at the National American Dance Therapy Conference. Chicago, IL.

Loman, S. (1999, Aug.). The Kestenberg Movement Profile: An Assessment Tool for Psychotherapists and Health Care Professionals, Thornton, Colorado.

Loman, S. & Kestenberg Amighi, J. (1999, June). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Antioch New England Graduate School’s Dance/Movement Therapy Summer Intensive, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1999, May). Cross currents in psychotherapy: The Kestenberg Movement Profile, UCLA Graduate Dance Therapy Association, Los Angeles, California.

Loman, S. (1999, March).Playing together and staying together, sponsored by Upstream Partnership for Primary Prevention, The Whole Child Center, Belmont, New Hampshire .

Loman, S. & Osherson, J. (1999, March) The power of movement to support teenage parents, Antioch New England Speaker Series, Keene, New Hampshire.

Loman, S. (1998, Oct.). “Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) concepts as a springboard for creativity, transitions and channeling aggression,” ADTA National Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Loman, S. (1998). “Employing a developmental model of movement patterns in dance/movement therapy with young children and their families, American Journal of Dance Therapy.” Vol. 20, (2,) pp. 101-115.

Loman, S., Sossin, K.M., Kestenberg Amighi, J., & Lewis, P. (1998, April). “Interdisciplinary applications of a developmental movement assessment tool.” Panel presentation for the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association. Washington, DC.

Loman, S. & Kasovac, N. (1997, Nov.). The Kestenberg Movement Profile of an infant with non-progressive myopathy post heart transplant. National American Dance Therapy Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Loman, S. (1997, Aug.). Kestenberg Movement Assessment Profile: Advanced Training Seminar. West Los Angeles, CA.

Loman, S. & Merman, H. (1996) “The KMP: A tool for Dance/Movement Therapy.” American Journal of Dance Therapy (18), (1). pp.29-52.

Loman, S. with Foley, F. (1996) “Models for understanding the nonverbal process in relationships.” The Arts in Psychotherapy. (23), (4). pp. 341-350.

Loman, S. (1996, Oct.) The Kestenberg Movement Profile as a tool for dance/movement therapy with children.” National American Dance Therapy Conference, Santa Monica, California.

Loman, S. & Kestenberg Amighi, J. (1996, March, April, May, June). Weekend Training Program in the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Laban Institute of Movement Studies. New York City.

Loman, S. (1995). In F. Levy, (Ed.). “The case of Warren: A KMP approach to autism.” Dance and other expressive art therapies. New York: Routledge Publications.

Loman, S., Tortora, S. & Sossin, S. (1995, Dec.). Ways of Seeing: Sharpening nonverbal observational skills for assessment and treatment of infants, young children and their families, from pregnancy through toddlerhood. Zero to Three 10th National Training Institute, Atlanta, Georgia.

Loman, S. (1995, Nov.) Introduction to Dance/Movement Therapy. Salem State College, Salem, MA.

Loman, S. & Tortora, S. (1995, Oct.) Expanding our horizons: The application of DMT with birth-to-five populations. National Dance Therapy Conference, Rye, NY.

Loman, S. (1994, Oct.). Understanding the nonverbal process in relationships: The Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) Model. Workshop presented at the 27th Annual Dance/Movement Therapy Conference: Dance/Movement Therapy: Proclaiming our Riches.Minneapolis, MN.

Loman, S. (1994). “Attuning to the fetus and the young child: Approaches from Dance/movement therapy.” ZERO TO THREE Bulletin of National Center for Clincal Infant Programs. Vol. 15 No. 1 August/September.

Loman, S. (1994, April). Chairperson of the Fourth Kestenberg Movement Profile Conference. Antioch New England Graduate School. Keene, NH.

Loman, S., Ender, A. and Burden, K. (1994, April). The interface between the Kestenberg Movement Profile and Body-Mind Centering. Presentation at the Fourth Kestenberg Movement Profile Conference. Antioch New England Graduate School. Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1993, July). Object Relations and the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Workshop presented at the Europaischer Verban fur Laban/Bartenieff Bewegunsstudien E.V. Berlin, Germany.

Loman, S. (1993, July). Movement dynamics in the family relationship. Workshop presented at the Zentrum fur Tanz Therapie. Cologne, Germany.

Loman, S. (1993, July). The application of the KMP concepts for dance/movement therapists: Overview and experiential. Workshop presented at the Institut fur Bewegunsbidung und Personlichkeisforderung. Munich, Germany.

Loman, S. (1993). Shaping the basis of relationships. American Dance Therapy Association 28th Annual Conference Proceedings. Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

Loman, S. (1992, October). Understanding the unspoken world of the child. Workshop conducted at the Brattleboro Retreat Hospital. Brattleboro, VT.

Loman, S. (1992, April). Chair of the Third Annual Kestenberg Movement Profile Conference: Bridging through the Unspoken. Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. and Brandt, R. (1992). The body mind connection in human movement analysis. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. and Lewis, P. (1992) Movement components of affect: Tension- flow attributes within the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP). American Dance Therapy Association 27th Annual Conference Proceedings. Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

Loman, S. (1991). Refining movement interventions in dance/movement therapy: A model of nonverbal interaction utilizing the Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) system of movement analysis. In Shadow & light: Moving toward wholeness. Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

Loman, S. and Lewis, P. (1991, April). The Nonverbal Component in Family Relationships. Lecture and workshop presentation at the l7th Annual University of New Hampshire Counseling Conference, Durham, NH.

Loman, S., and Youngerman, S. (1991, June). Co-Chairs of the First Interdisciplinary Conference of Movement Analysis Systems Related to Laban Movement Analysis. Laban Institute for Movement Studies, New York City.

Loman, S. (1990). Applying concepts derived from the Kestenberg Movement Profile at the Center for Parents and Children. Eurolab Journal, 1990, Heft 3-3 Jahrgang.

Loman, S., Aigen, K. and Leeuwenburgh, E.(1990, October) Reducing Anxiety during Transitional Phases through Art, Dance and Music Therapy. Lecture presented at Creativity through Collaboration: A Joint Conference on the Creative Arts Therapies. Washington D.C.

Loman, S. and Lewis, P.(1990) (Eds.). The Kestenberg Movement Profile: ts Past, Present Applications, and Future Directions. Keene, NH: Antioch New England Graduate School.

Loman, S. (1990, April) Chairperson of the Second Annual Kestenberg Movement Profile Conference. Conducted session entitled, “Brainstorming Seminar on Methods of Teaching the KMP,” and participated on the panel, “Rhythms of Life,” in Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1990, April). Understanding the Unspoken: Movement Components of Empathy and Trust. Workshop presented at the l6th Annual University of New Hampshire Counseling Conference, Durham, NH.

Loman, S. (1990). Continental Cablevision television production entitled, “People, Problems and Possibilities.” One of seven presenters in the field of dance/movement therapy, Northampton, MA.

Loman, S. and Lewis, P. (1989). The Kestenberg Movement Profile: Parallels in Normal Development and Psychotherapy. Lecture/experiential workshop presented at the ADTA Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Loman, S. (1989). Fetal Movement Notation: A Method of Attuning to the Fetus. Paper presented at the Pre- and Perinatal Psychology Association of North America, Amherst, MA.

Loman, S. (1989, April) Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Presentation at the First Annual Kestenberg Movement Profile Conference, Panel Moderator: Origins of the KMP, Conference Chairperson, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1988). Introduction to the “Kestenberg Movement Profile.” Monograph No. 5 and Conference Abstracts of the 23rd Annual Conference. Columbia, MD: American Dance Therapy Association.

Loman, S. (1988). Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile Workshop presented at the meeting of the American Dance Therapy Association, Baltimore, MD.

Loman, S. (1988). Advanced Professional Seminar: Exploring Clinical Applications of the Kestenberg Movement Profile. Workshop presented at the meeting of the American Dance Therapy Association, Baltimore, MD.

Loman, S. (1988). Non-verbal Empathy with infants and Toddlers through movement , music and art. Paper presented at the Kids in Crisis Conference, Cambridge, MA.

Loman, S. (1987). Precursors of Effort: Movement Patterns Used in Learning Styles and Defense Mechanisms. Lecture and workshop presented at New England/ Canada Chapter ADTA, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1987). Attunement and Clashing in Non-verbal Interaction. Workshop Presented to the staff of the Hospice of Cheshire County, Keene, NH.

Loman, S. (1987). Precursors of Effort. Lecture delivered at Princeton House, Princeton , NJ.