Drama Therapy Theory

School of Professional Psychology and Health PDT 5501 3.00

An exploration of the theoretical foundations of drama therapy, as well as an examination of its major theorists, approaches, and core constructs, such as play, role, ritual, improvisation, embodiment, projection, and aesthetic distance. Students study the interface of drama therapy with social justice work and other forms of psychotherapy, as well as variations of approach used with diverse populations and their presenting challenges. PDT student

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