May 3- 5 ~ 18-Hours ~ Fri/Sat/Sun 
 
At this intensive training you will learn to structure a complete therapeutic drama session from warm-up to closure:
  • Develop the ability to manage complex group dynamics through therapeutic play
  • Gain practical skills in using metaphor to safely explore trauma
  • Discover the application of creative self-expression within a variety of clinical and education settings  
   
Last Few Days to Sign-up:  

  • Examine ways in which theatre can be used to transform lives through this introduction to the principles of drama therapy  
  • Gain practical skills in how to safely explore trauma and challenging life experiences through metaphor and play   
  • Participate in drama therapy interventions 
  Click Here to register!

 

Monday March 18th 1:30pm - 3:00pm

   CANY Facebook (Click here)  

  • Got questions about Alternative Track Training?
  • Confused about the difference between drama therapy and psychodrama?
  • Wondering what makes the 'CANY model of drama therapy' unique?

Meet us on Facebook for the answers to all your drama therapy & certification questions!

  

In celebration of "Creative Arts Therapy Week" CANY Program Director and NADTA Education Chair, Heidi Landis will be live on Facebook answering all your drama therapy questions. 

 

Just visit the CANY Facebook page (facebook.com/CreativeAlternativesofNewYork) 'Like' us, and post your question! Heidi will answer your questions live from 1:30pm-3:00pm! 

 

Take advantage of this opportunity to connect directly with NADTA's Education Chair, and project your career in the field of drama therapy.  


Meredith leading an activity in Gulu, Uganda.

Keep an eye out for a special CANY E-news:
UGANDA Edi
tion; featuring stories and photos from Heidi Landis and Meredith Dean on their 1-week drama therapy training in Gulu!

 
Contact us: 212-222-1969 / trainings@cany.org / www.cany.org 

 

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