- October 24, 2021 - June 5, 2022
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction into the growing field of drama therapy, including theories, principles, and practical approaches. Included in the course will be an overview of the history of drama therapy including information about the leading pioneers of drama therapy, their theories and practical approaches.
Each class will begin with drama therapy warm-up and will include learning techniques and approaches through participating in them and then discussing them afterwards. Students will have opportunities for teach-back sessions where they will lead the class in a series of drama therapy techniques. This course is highly experiential and imperative that students attend regularly and participate in activities and group discussions.
Introduction to Drama Therapy Course meets on a Sundays beginning in October and ends in June. Course is approved by the North American Drama Therapy Association. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion as a result of attending all class dates and completing all class requirements.
Testimonial from Licensed Social Worker and Drama Therapy student who completed our Principles of Drama Therapy course
“I just wanted to thank you again for the wonderful experience I was fortunate to have! You were an amazing teacher and I feel like I really gained a good understanding for the foundations of DT. Taking the Principles of Drama Therapy course with Brooke was nothing short of an amazing experience. I was able to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of drama therapy with a personalized curriculum that was centered around the needs of the students. Professionally, our experiential work helped me connect more deeply to the theories. Personally, I gained new insight and perspective within myself. I would highly recommend signing up for any upcoming courses Brooke has to offer!”
– Kelly Rice
Sundays 2pm -6pm EST. Each class is 4 hours each with breaks in between.
Course will take place virtually over zoom.
October 24th; November 14th; December 19th; January 30th; February6th; March 20th; April 24th; May 22nd; June 5th
The remaining 9 hours will be spent on papers and preparing and rehearsing for a self-revelatory performance piece to be shared at the final class.
Course payment will be made in convenient allotments of $750 for 12 hours of class time (3 classes) over the nine-month period at three times.
- The first $750 is due on or before Oct. 10th.
- The second payment is due on or before Jan. 16th
- The third and final payment is due on or before April 10th
To register and secure your place in this course, please kindly email Brooke Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as pay your first of three payments of $750 to venmo account @Brooke-Campbell-32
Venue: Virtual Event via Zoom