Creative training workshops can be designed to meet the needs of your group, organisation or conference. Previous training has covered such topics as, working creatively with attachment in the therapy room/ in the classroom, working with trauma, exploring story in therapy, metaphor in therapy, the drama of shame, building teams through drama, a play in a day workshops for young people and for professionals.
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Training is offered nationwide.
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‘I honestly can’t thank you enough for today. Your generosity was overwhelming. I feel so inspired! And capable! Finally saying out loud that this is absolutely what I want to do has been liberating. Embodying my future self, as a dramatherapist in private practice, was incredibly moving and felt so right. I have been carrying it around in my head for so long. I really appreciate today’s session, and you, and your sharing and giving. I feel much more consolidated; I know now what I need to do. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You’re an inspiration! ”
A participants feedback from ‘Dramatherapy in Private practice Training 2023.’
“It was great to see the children working together and having such fun. I think they got a lot out of it and we were able to pick up on the topics and issues present over the following weeks in schools. It’s also given me loads of ideas for how to use drama to communicate and explore all kinds of different subject matters. Thank you.”
Teacher: Play in a Day
“I loved it. I wish you could come into school loads. I loved playing with my friends and I think our play was fab.”
Workshop participant: Play in a Day
“Thank you, your training was challenging and creative and has given me loads of ideas on how to work more creatively in my own practice, next time I would like two days!!!”
Workshop participant: working creatively with attachment.
“This is such an important subject, I have really appreciated your thoughtful containment and expertise in navigating it safely and compassionately.”
Workshop participant: The Drama of Shame