“Dramatherapy is the intentional and systematic use of drama/theatre processes to achieve psychological growth and change. The tools are derived from theatre, the goals are rooted in psychotherapy.”
Drama what? Drama Therapy!
This interactive, online, live only, 3 hour workshop will provide you with a brief practical introduction into the world of dramatherapy and how drama and role can be used as therapeutic tools.
Dramatherapy is used widely around the world with a range of client groups and is a method of working and playing that uses action methods to facilitate creativity, imagination, learning, insight and growth.
The workshop will invite you to explore some creative methods and structures, while learning about the application of dramatherapy as a distinct discipline in clinical settings.
Please note, this is a LIVE and INTERACTIVE training event. We don't record this.
Psychologists, social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists, pastoral workers, teachers, allied health professionals and students who are interested in incorporating drama into therapeutic work. No previous drama or creative experience is required.
Natalie Mackenzie Registered Dramatherapist
Friday 17 June 2022, 10.00am - 1.00pm AEST
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Included in the workshop price:
Special Price $150
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Very insightful, clear and a safe learning environment.
As someone who works in the creative and performing arts who is considering working in Drama Therapy in the future, this course was a perfect introduction to how the elements of theatre, drama and therapy come together to form a unique and effective clinical practice.
Great practical ideas and experiential learning. Very engaging presenter. Thank you!