- April 6, 2014
- 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Room 311, California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
Co-sponsored by the CIIS Drama Therapy Program
Free! Must Pre-Register
- Share your personal stories
- Access your playfulness and creativity
- Discover the power of drama therapy!
Drama therapy is an experiential form of psychotherapy that utilizes improvisation, theatre games and techniques, and psychodrama as tools for personal growth and change. It is playful, yet sparks insight. It promotes spontaneity, creativity, emotional expression, autonomy, and cognitive and behavioral change.
This workshop will introduce participants to this powerful means for changing self-defeating patterns and practicing new roles and constructive behaviors. No previous theater experience is necessary. Shy people are welcome!
Facilitated by Living Arts Counseling Center Interns:
Jennifer Stuckert, MA, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern (#64158), is a drama therapist at the Living Arts Counseling Center, where she works with individuals, couples, and facilitates groups. She supports clients in developing creative approaches to life challenges, with a focus on enhancing self-esteem, learning to regulate feelings, practicing presence and embodiment, working through creative blocks, deepening intimacy, and making empowered choices. She is supervised by Armand Volkas, RDT, MFT (MFC#28789).
For more information and to register contact:
Jennifer Stuckert: (510) 595-5500, ext. 18
About The Living Arts Counseling Center:
The Living Arts Counseling Center is a specialized, nonprofit provider of community counseling services, promoting psychological and social wellness through the therapeutic use of drama and related expressive arts. We are founded on the belief that the arts are alive, and that living is an art; that the incorporation of drama and the expressive arts in therapy is an effective and empowering method for problem-solving, promoting growth and well-being within individuals, families and groups; and that the arts can build bridges between cultures and different segments of society.