About Anna Fiona

In 2005 I decided I was going to change my life and follow the path to which I've always felt a pull. I decided to make movement and dance central to my life. I went to London and trained as a dance movement psychotherapist in Goldsmiths University of London, and qualified in 2008. 

My areas of interest are supporting clients in addiction recovery, through life transitions and in spiritual development. I am curious about how creative movement and dance supports our wellbeing, and in particular how our relationship with the other-than-human world brings healing.

In addition to my therapy practice, I work as the editorial assistant for the journal Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy. I co-authored a chapter with Joan Davis, 'Cultivating the ‘felt sense’ of wellbeing – how we know we are well' for the Oxford Handbook of Dance and WellbeingI also wrote a chapter called 'Stillness' to Sr. Stan Kennedy's book Day by Day. 

I am a professional member of the Irish Association of Creative Arts Therapists (IACAT) and the Ecopsychology and Ecotherapy Association of Ireland (EEAI). I am a community dance teacher registered with the Laban Guild for Movement and Dance.

Contact me by email on anna@movingthemoment.ie 

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