This program development project integrated dance/movement therapy concepts and Dr. Joy DeGruy’s Post traumatic slave syndrome (PTSS) theory, with the goal of helping African American adolescents in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood understand, explore and heal from PTSS. The Delphi Method was used to gather information from collaborators via individual interviews and follow up surveys. Collaborators—all experienced with African American adolescents in the Roseland neighborhood and similar neighborhoods—included one African American dance/movement therapist, one program developer, an arts and education director, and an arts education manager. Information sought from collaborators was guided by a Theory Logic Model resulting in clearly identified inputs, activities, outputs, outcomes and impacts. The resulting program, titled Healing in Motion, consists of ten modules focused on healing domains from DeGruy’s PTSS model. Each module uses DMT and creative arts approaches for addressing the healing domains. Practical strengths-based activities support healing and positive community engagement. Program adaptations, evaluation suggestions and supplemental activities beyond the current program are suggested.