Face To Face – Exploring the Encounter on Zoom
Galit Davidson, Etay Sharon and Dina Fried
10:45 (CST 15:45; EST 03:45)
Covid-19 will likely have permeant effects on the way we meet and encounter the
"other" online and offline. How will the way we live and meet change in the wake of
the pandemic? So many lives around the world have been affected, and many
innovations have sprung in response to the challenge.
In our workshop, we will explore the encounter within the zoom realm, we will Meet
“face to face” zoom style and practice DvT, trying to figure out what was lost and
what can be found in this new setting. we will practice one on one play and an
Aquarium-based group play and together explore encounter from far through
movement and sound.
Body and movement are crucial foundations of DvT, it brings aliveness to our body,
spirit and mood. are we are constricted and constrained? how Can our body and
movements encounter through a narrow zoom window and how can DvT help us
play with restrictions, deficiencies and limitations?
We invite you to join us and be part of an artistic personal exploration process,
where your grasp of the encounter is explored.
Galit Davidson, MA, is clinical psychologist, DvT level 2, workswith preschool and
adults and specializes in ASD. She works in a public and private clinic and combines
DvT and Puppetry into her clinical work.
Etay Sharon, MA, A Drama Therapist, a DvT graduate and a professional group
therapist. Etay works in a Family therapy Center and specializes in playback and
acting. He is also a moderator of communication skills at Haifa University.
Dina Fried, PhD, ATR-BC, Dina Fried, PhD, ATR-BC, is an Arts therapist and a DvT
graduate. She supervises art therapy groups, coordinates art therapists, and
encourages the use of art-based clinical practice and research.