Author: NEAMA

Honoring Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss – Community Letter to Parents, Guardians, and Educators

Dear parents, guardians, and educators, My name is Dr. Christina Donaldson (Dr. T) and I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Currently, I live in Santa Barbara, CA where I have a private practice and teach. Additionally, I serve as the Education Coordinator for NEAMA, a 501(c)(3)…

Honoring Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss – Breathing, moving, and healing through loss and grief

To the dance community, Our community and communities far beyond have been grieving the loss of the beloved Stephen Laurel Boss, known to many as ‘tWitch’. Young and old alike, from across the globe, have shared powerful tributes of how Stephen impacted their life.  We at…

NEAMA Interview with Turn Out Radio – Leslie Scott Zanovitch and Keanu Uchida

We are thrilled to share our interview with Turn Out Radio’s Nicole Inica Hamilton where we talk about NEAMA’s mission, program and services! We hear from Founder Leslie Scott Zanovitch and Co-Founder Keanu Uchida who share some context on their respective advocacy journeys. Link: Education, advocacy,…

Dr. Tomi-Ann Roberts – Community Connection: Clarity and Moving Forward

Dear Dance Community, My name is Dr. Tomi-Ann Roberts. I am a PhD psychologist and professor, and my expertise is in the areas of objectification and sexualization. I am the founder of a highly generative theory in psychology known as Objectification Theory. I have served on…