- Are you curious about a career in drama therapy?
- Are you inspired by drama therapy and looking to incorporate it into your existing practice?
- Are you looking for a career change?
- Do you want to be a Drama Therapist, but aren't sure how to get there?
- Are you curious about what it's like in practice?
This informational session is for anyone considering a career in drama therapy or looking for information about how to expand their current practice with the use of drama therapy. Topics will include:
- Credentialing and licensure.
- Opportunities and challenges in finding jobs.
- What to consider when choosing a school or training route.
There are many different routes to take to receive training as a Drama Therapist. The best choice for an individual may depend on where that person is in their education/career path, what kind of work they want to be doing in the future, where they may want to live and what resources are available to them. Group or individual sessions are available to discuss the different educational and professional possibilities, along with the challenges and benefits. Attendees will receive information about credentialing, licensure and how to position themselves for employability. Attendees will walk away with answers as well as questions to consider as they research options and make decisions about their career paths.
August 23rd at 7:00pm at Creative Arts Therapy Collaborative
2637 27th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Videoconferencing session September 12th at 6:00pm
Individual Sessions are available on appointment basis
To register for a group session or schedule an individual session, contact email@example.com or call 612-787-2637.
This course will meet via videoconference and is specifically designed for:
- Students and professionals who are curious and interested in the profession of drama therapy.
- Alternative training students who plan to attend additional in-person training sessions with registered Drama Therapists, such as the NADTA (North American Drama Therapy Association) or other drama therapy conference as credit toward the Principles of Drama Therapy course requirement.
This class will include a concise overview of the field of drama therapy, including an introduction to each of the current drama therapy approaches, history of the profession, ethics and cultural response-ability. Students will also gain knowledge of how to structure a drama therapy session and address therapeutic considerations. This class represents a strong academic background into the Principles of Drama Therapy. For those who seek to practice drama therapy, it is meant to be augmented by in-person sessions with Registered Drama Therapists to put these theories and concepts into practice. Students who plan to use the course to meet Alternative Training Requirements are asked to consult with the instructor or their BCT.
The Course will meet on Wed evenings from 6-9pm Central Standard Time from Nov 7th - Dec 5th, 2018.
Technical Requirements: Attendees will need to have a computer, tablet or phone with camera and internet access.
How to Register: Email Nadya@dramatherapycenter.com
Questions?: Contact Nadya@dramatherapycenter.com or 612-787-2637
1 credit Course: $395 (5 sessions, 15 in-session hours of instruction)
Optional Service for alternative training students: $100 for support in creating a plan to gain additional credit towards Principles of Drama Therapy (up to 2 semester credits) by attending conference workshops taught by RDTs. This includes BCT sign-off on training requirement if completed within 1 year. (By 12/5/2019) Conference workshops taught by RDTs are available at the annual conference of the North American Drama Therapy Association Conference and at the Expressive Therapies Summit.
Information about Alternative Training and the Principles of Drama Therapy Requirement: Alternative training is a Master's Level educational route toward the Registered Drama Therapist (RDT) Credential. Three semester credits of Principles of Drama Therapy are required. Fifteen in-session instructional hours equal one semester credit. Students attending the NADTA conference can count their attendance toward the requirement. A student who attends 30 in-session hours at the conference would potentially be eligible for 2 semester credits toward an alternative training course. Students must work with a BCT (Board Certified Trainer) on this plan in order to get credit.
Contact Nadya with questions or for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org