Dramatherapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses talking and creative techniques to improve self understanding, worth, healing and positive change.
If you're seeking help and guidance for yourself, someone else or work for an institution that is looking to include dramatherapy in your services, please click below to find out more.
Supervision helps to develop professional's skills, resilience, understanding, competence and best practice.
The supervision model is based in psychodynamic and integrative principles, with a strong commitment to the creative process and the use of creative action methods in one to one, group and team supervision.
If you are a professional seeking clinical supervision please click below to find out more.
Artist Wellbeing is a service dedicated to improving wellbeing within the arts and creative industries.
By proactive use of compassionate discussion, strategy and policy, Artist Wellbeing seeks to bring about revolutionary and radical care for artists, audiences and others.
Artist Wellbeing works with individual artists, creative teams, producing companies and arts-based institutions.
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