Hancock Center: For Dance/Movement Therapy
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Movers & Shakers Class
portrait of happy women with disability on spring lawnOpenings for new members
Join us for an on-going class of movement fun and socialization for adults with developmental disabilities every Wednesday afternoon.  Learn more>>


February 2017

Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy welcomes
a new Executive Director

Hancock Center has started off the new year with an exciting change!
Paul Manning joins the Hancock Center as its new Executive Director, bringing with him 20 years of non-profit leadership. Rena Kornblum, ED for the past 12 years, will continue on at HC coordinating  and facilitating the In-School program and providing DMT clinical services. Read more>>

Pictured at left, former HC Directors Rena Kornblum and Debby Thomas with new ED Paul Manning, Dec., 2016.
Thank You Donors and Volunteers
From the Executive Director:
Please accept my sincere thanks and appreciation for your financial contributions and for sharing your time and talent with us as volunteers. Although I am new to the Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy and still looking forward to meeting most of you, I am not new to understanding and appreciating the importance of our donors and volunteers. Your contribution goes beyond the dollars or time you have given. Without you we could not achieve our mission. It is through your support that we are able to improve the lives of others by providing body-centered movement-based psychotherapy, education and outreach. Thank you!