What is Dramatherapy?

Dramatherapy is a form of psychotherapy, using creative and performance arts methods  including; story, myth, play, music and art to explore clients’ feelings, needs and personal  issues in a confidential space. The art form as a container, enables the client to safely  explore even the most difficult and painful life experiences. The metaphors and themes  that emerge from the work engage clients in effecting psychological, emotional and social  change.

What are the benefits of Dramatherapy?

Dramatherapy builds self esteem, self confidence and resilience, it explores client’s own  inner resources, promotes self awareness and helps clients develop their own positive  coping strategies. Working always at the client’s own pace.

Where do they work?

Dramatherapists have to complete a Masters level qualification and training and register  with the HCPC. They work with adults, children and adolescents in settings such as NHS  mental health services, schools, colleges, private practice, forensic settings and clinics.

Who do they work with?

Dramatherapists work with adults, children and adolescents with a wide range of  psychological and mental health needs including trauma, addiction, eating disorders,  depression, anxiety, personality disorders, psychosis, emotional-behavioural and social  communication difficulties and neuro-developmental disorders such as Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

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