WELCOME DRAMATHERAPY SOUTHWEST
**THIS WEBSITE IS BEING RENEWED. PLEASE CHECK FOR INFORMATION ON THE NEW SITE WHICH WILL BE POSTED HERE.**
We are a professional network for Dramatherapists based in the South West of England, UK, established in 1989 and are continuing to grow! Our aim is to support Dramatherapists in the region to keep in touch with each other, enable networking and peer support and provide a platform for practitioners seeking colleague-ship, professional development and a higher profile. We have experienced changes throughout the years but continue to consistently provided workshops, local conferences and other events for those practicing the the therapeutic creative arts.
All qualified Members will be able to have their own webpage on our new website the Dramatherapy Southwest website enabling them to advertise themselves and their therapy services. Access to the Member's area on the website
More details can be found on the Joining DTSW section of our website or you can email us directly a email@example.com or find us on Facebook and Instagram.
Featured Dramatherapist: Mary Booker
Are you facing changes in your life? Do you have difficulty moving beyond past feelings or situations? Would you like to take a fresh look at yourself and your life? I offer gentle, creative and effective therapy for individual women clients which respects women's natural rhythms and processes. I have been a practising dramatherapist since 1988 and am a lecturer on the Southwest School of Dramatherapy's MA in Dramatherapy (University of Worcester) based in Exeter. I also offer process supervision for arts and play therapists. Creative workshops and training workshops can be available on request. I worked for 11 years in special education with people who have severe or profound complex needs. You can read about this work in my book, Developmental Drama. See Downloads and Links below. I am happy to answer questions from other practitioners about this work. Recently, I completed a three year project on Working Creatively with Fear. My book, Nothing Special, is one of the results of this project See Links below.