What is Drama Therapy?
Drama Therapy is an active, experiential approach to facilitating change. Through storytelling, projective play, purposeful improvisation, and performance, participants are invited to rehearse desired behaviors, practice being in relationship, expand and find flexibility between life roles, and perform the change they wish to be and see in the world.
2015 Conference Call for Papers
This exciting inaugural post is authored by drama therapist, Adam Reynolds, MFA, RDT-BCT, LCSW,…
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Arts-Based Approaches for Palliative Care Research Project Grant
North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA)
The North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA) is a non-profit 501c6 organization incorporated in 1979 to establish and uphold high standards of professional competence and ethics among drama therapists; to develop criteria for training and registration; to sponsor publications and conferences; and to promote the profession of drama therapy through information and advocacy. The Association serves professionals and students in the United States and Canada, and the organization includes members throughout the world. Learn More