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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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As a music therapist, I did feel some disappointment that eight out of twelve case studies were written about art therapy, while three were based on music therapy (including one conducted by a GIM therapist) and one on drama therapy.
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.
Shahrazad in Baabda was written and directed by artist Zeina Daccache, an actress, director, and drama therapist as well as Founder and Director of the Catharsis-Lebanese Center for Drama Therapy.
And then of course we help with all the tools possible around the arts: cameras, drama therapy, computers, video cameras, lighting, stage, microphones, music .
Washington, June 15 (ANI): A Northwestern hospital is offering a music and drama therapy program for patients with Parkinson's disease to address many of the physical and emotional symptoms of the disease.
Juniors and seniors can apply to enroll in ISM, which, in addition to roller coaster construction, can involve neuroscience, corporate law, or drama therapy.
Healing Collective Trauma Using Sociodrama and Drama Therapy, by Eva Leveton
She became interested in drama therapy and later, geriatric drama therapy.
She's just completed a degree in drama therapy and is now setting up For the Love of a Child to help kids across the world overcome trauma.
You can sense when a child's left a carer what their relationship is like," says Chris, who originally trained in drama therapy before studying play therapy.
Emunah R, Acting for Real: Drama therapy process, technique, and performance, London: Brunner Routledge, 1998