Depending on the need of a client, dramatheray sessions can be conducted as individual sessions or group sessions. The purpose of therapy and comfort levels of the client determine whether both or either would be most beneficial for them.
DRAMATHERAPY IN A CORPORATE SETTING
In a corporate setting, Dramatherapy sessions can be particularly useful in helping employees work together more efficiently as a team. In addition to being fun, dramatherapy provides effective team-building exercises, focusing on enhancing and sustaining the cohesiveness of the team in a neutral and safe environment.
Dramatherapy can also be useful for employees who find it difficult to maintain a healthy work-life balance, and can also be a good medium for stress release and dealing with anxiety issues.
DRAMATHERAPY IN SCHOOLS
Often in schools, students find it difficult to cope with the stress of exams and the perpetual pressure and demands for excellence. Dramatherapy can be a useful avenue for students to relieve and manage their stress.
Students also go through a variety of social stresses in school that they are often unable to express or handle. This may be in the form of bullying or teenage relationships, or could also be related to stress in their home environment. Young people are typically not equipped to understand or deal with such problems, and often react in ways that may be harmful to themselves or to others around them. Dramatherapy provides them an outlet to open up about these issues in a safe and contained safe, and helps them deal with it through the creative medium of drama.
DRAMATHERAPY IN HOSPITALS
Many patients suffering from mental health issues find it difficult to communicate in conventional ways. Dramatherapy gives them a medium to express themselves in a non-verbal and creative way that makes them feel comfortable. These activities and exercises feel like games and fun while also helping the patients convey their feelings in a way that is safe, and designed to help them feel comfortable by self-modulating the setting.
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