The Renfrew Center of Dallas’ Dance/Movement Therapist Receives Exceptional Service Award
Concetta Troskie, R-DMT, RDT, LPC-intern receives award from American Dance Therapy Association
(From left to right: Leslie Armenoix, ADTA Membership Chair and Concetta Troskie.)
The Renfrew Center, celebrating its 30th Anniversary as the nation’s first residential eating disorder treatment facility dedicated exclusively to the treatment of adolescent girls and women, congratulates Concetta Troskie, Primary Therapist, Dance/Movement Therapist and Drama Therapist at The Renfrew Center of Dallas. Concetta received the Exceptional Service Award for 2016 during a special ceremony at the American Dance Therapy Association Conference on Friday, October 21st in Bethesda, MD.
This award recognizes Concetta’s outstanding efforts in developing a model for other Dance/Movement Therapists to follow when applying for licensure as a counselor in Texas. This award is given annually for exceptional service to the American Dance Therapy Association.
“This honor could not be received by a more deserving individual,” said Susan Kleinman, MA, BC-DMT, NCC, CEDS, Creative Arts Therapy Supervisor at The Renfrew Center. “Concetta’s accomplishments will assist many dance/movement therapists around the country in their licensure efforts. Two individuals have been licensed because of her hard work and I expect many others to benefit from her groundbreaking work and the precedent she has set.”
The American Dance Therapy Association, celebrating its 50th anniversary, provides avenues of communication among dance/movement therapists and those working in related fields, and increases public awareness of dance/movement therapy.