Spotlighted Dance Therapist
This is our newest feature - we want to highlight more wonderful DMTs who are doing amazing work!
The PA ADTA is so excited to spotlight our American Dance Therapy Association President Elect Angela M Grayson! Please show her some love in the comments and read her amazing bio below!
Angela M Grayson, PhD, BC-DMT, LPC, NCC is the Proprietor and CEO of Good Fruit Expressive Arts Counseling & Psychotherapy LLC, a counseling and creative arts psychotherapy practice. She infuses a unique blend of psychology and the arts for executive stress management and promotion of healthy relationships among women. Dr. Angela is an alumna and long-term adjunct professor for graduate students at Drexel University in the Creative Arts Therapy and Counseling department. In addition, she has served as an adjunct professor for undergraduate students in the Psychology department at Wilmington University.
Dr. Angela is an award winning Therapist, best selling Author, transformational Healer, Speaker and Educator. She is also a contributing writer to several publications both print and online. Dr. Angela has been interviewed and featured in televised, internet and print media outlets regarding mental health, diversity, spirituality, and dance/movement therapy. Dr. Angela is passionate about the interconnection of culture and spirituality especially in relation to healing practices through dance and has taught nationally and internationally regarding multicultural aspects of sacred dance and dance/movement therapy.
Among her professional affiliations, she is a member of the Association of Black Psychologists, American Dance Therapy Association, American Psychological Association, and American Counseling Association. As a member of the American Dance Therapy Association, Dr. Angela serves as the National President Elect, Spirituality and Religion Affinity Group Coordinator, member of the Native American Affinity Group, Black MAGIC Affinity Group and National Standards and Ethics Committee, Charter Member and inaugural 2-term past Chair of the Multicultural and Diversity Committee, past President of the Pennsylvania Chapter, past Vice President of the Black American and African Descendants Affinity Group.