Elizabeth Norris, MA, is a Registered Dance/Movement Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) who holds an eclectic theoretical stance with a focus on Person-Centred and Solution-Focused therapies combined with Chacian dance/movement therapy approach. She has experience working with children on the spectrum, families of children on the spectrum, young adults with special needs, older adults with varying ability, deaf and blind children with dual diagnosis and adults living with Parkinson’s.
Elizabeth has completed research on the history of dance/movement therapy in Canada and is currently working as a research assistant examining improvisation in music therapy.
She obtained a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Dance/Movement Therapy from Lesley University and an Honour’s BA in Psychology and Dance from York University. Elizabeth has completed the first module of the Laban Institute of Movement Studies for the use of Labanalysis.