Drama Therapy and Social Change

School of Professional Psychology and Health PDT 6604 2.00

An exploration of the transformative power of drama therapy in the social context, and of the role of the drama therapist as agent of social change and justice. Four approaches to the use of drama and social issues are examined: the Acts of Reconciliation Project, Sociodrama, Theater of the Oppressed, and World Work. A focus on how change occurs in groups, organizations, societies, and nations. Non-ICPW student; Priority to PDT students

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