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Ashley Ervin


Trusting the process is the foundation for release and healing. Utilizing embodied expression takes us on a journey that allows us to dig deeper into ourselves and reveal the essence of where we came from, who we are presently, and how we want to move forward. It is with this awareness, I’ve become passionate about helping communities find freedom, faith, and empowerment within their bodies and inspiring them to constantly look to movement as a source of knowledge and support. Change is power, acceptance is grace, expression is release, and dancing through the struggle will continue to motivate us as we navigate the complexities of life. 

Ashley Ervin is a registered dance/movement therapist and holds a creative arts therapy limited permit. She earned a MS in dance/movement therapy from Pratt Institute. Ashley interned under the tutelage of Dr. Suzi Tortora and Jennifer Whitley at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center with pediatric oncology. She is also being trained in the Ways of Seeing Method by Dr. Tortora. She has experience in providing services for groups and individuals who have ADHD, ODD, anxiety, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, medical illness, and endured traumatic experiences.  

 Ashley has also interned in acute mental healthcare facilities with adults and community settings with children. In addition to Dancing Dialogue, Ashley currently works as a movement specialist for children and adults on the Autism Spectrum and is a Clinical/Rehabilitative service provider for children in the foster care system.

Ashley sees clients at both our New York City and Cold Spring offices.