Having trained in classical ballet since the age of three, Audrey is passionate about dance. Her experience and work continually reinforce Audrey’s strong belief that dancing heals.
Audrey is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Dance/Movement Therapist, dancer and mother. Her therapeutic experience includes work with elders and adults living with a wide range of physical and mental health challenges. She also works as a clinician in the HEARTplay program, providing bereavement support for children, families and adults across the lifespan with a special interest in working with people in the disability and neurodiverse community. She has enjoyed teaching and training therapists as adjunct faculty at Lesley University and Endicott College, and providing supervision for interns and post-graduate clinicians.
Audrey is passionate about dance, having trained in classical ballet from age three. She received training at C.A.S Ballet Theater School, Lexington School of Ballet, Boston Ballet and Joffrey Ballet, and received her BFA in Dance from Umass Amherst, where she was exposed to a range of dance techniques including dances of West Africa, Graham, Contemporary/modern, improvisation, jazz and more. She had the privilege to study abroad in Cuba, learning and performing traditional folkloric and spiritual Afro-Cuban dances with Conjunto Folklorico Nacional. She has performed throughout New England with Brazz Dance Theater, BoSoma Dance Company and was a founding member of SPUNKandCOmpany Dance. She is continually fascinated and inspired by the capacity for movement to connect us to ourselves and to each other. Her work continues to reinforce her strong belief that dancing heals!