Anne Hurst

Anne has been working for over 10 years in arts/dance movement therapies in mental health settings, and privately. Anne works with individuals and groups, youth and adults – specialising in complex trauma, eating disorders, Authentic Movement and complex disability. Anne combined a lifetime of creative dance and a career in mental health, completing her Masters in Health Science (Expressive Therapies) in 2010 and an MA in Clinical Arts Therapy (Dance Movement Therapy specialisation) in 2011. Anne is on the steering committee of CTAA and has presented at CTAA, DTAA, ANZATA and NZAC Conferences. Anne also teaches creative therapies on the counselling degree programme at MIT (Auckland) and supervises students at Whitecliffe College’s MA Arts Therapy programme.