Dramatherapy is a creative psychological therapy which uses drama to stimulate creativity, imagination, insight and growth in students.

Dramatherapy uses drama to stimulate creativity, imagination and growth in students.

Sessions run on an individual or group basis, and are always student led. The focus is on the personal strengths of the student.

Storytelling, role-play, mime, play texts, puppetry and masks can be used in sessions. They allow students to explore themselves and the world around them.

Dramatherapy builds self-confidence, increases resilience and improves self-esteem. Students also learn to develop their social skills. This enables them to build trusting, healthy relationships with others.

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