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drama therapy

n.
Psychotherapy that incorporates the use of dramatic techniques, such as improvisation and performance.
An eclectic approach to understanding and alleviating social and psychologic conflicts using the vocabulary of theatre; the goal of DT is to effect behavioural, emotional, and cognitive changes through active participation.
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Immediately after screening the Lebanese film, the audience will engage in a discussion with Marianne Kallassy, Program Officer at Catharsis aAC" Lebanese Center for Drama Therapy.
Art therapy and drama therapy, Dr Janet said, are wonderful ways to support children during trauma counselling.
Being the first book of its type to synthesise the use of clinical assessment and evaluation across the disciplines of music therapy (MT), art therapy (AT), drama therapy and multi modal therapy, Miller invited multiple therapists to share individualised case studies.
This was my main project, and this is what I suggested to the Lebanese government since 2006, saying that drama therapy can be a sustainable rehabilitative programme for the inmates," she said.
The drama therapy workshop aims at introducing psychotherapy techniques for specialized personnel
Directed by award winning Michael Phillip Edwards (The Good Negro, RUNT), Evolution of a Love Addict is a form of Drama Therapy for Natasha, “It is a testament that you can conquer your demons," Natasha Dixon.
Cristilli, who received training in drama therapy at New York's New School for Social Research, says that using paid, professional actors has always been a key factor in Life Theatre's success: "What we wanted to do was make it about theatre.
An exercise using drama therapy was developed to explore religion and spirituality.
Variedly named as psychodrama, sociodrama, enactment, drama therapy, or action methods, we argue that this approach is not just a form of knowledge that can be deployed to support and further security knowledge and practice; it can also problematize the securitization of catastrophic events in the context of current preparedness exercises.
Concordia University has an equally-long tradition of offering Art Therapy and Drama Therapy education and training in its Creative Arts Therapies; it has long aspired to add Music Therapy to its offerings.
And then of course we help with all the tools possible around the arts: cameras, drama therapy, computers, video cameras, lighting, stage, microphones, music .