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Not being able to express our true selves has a negative impact on our mental health and well-being and children are no different. It can be especially hard for children and young people to express themselves. A child may not have the freedom and confidence to say what they truly believe and feel to the adults in their life. 

How dramatherapy can help children


  • Building trusting relationships.

  • Expressing and exploring feelings.

  • Building self awareness 

  • Developing social interaction skills.

  • Developing artistic and creative skills.

  • Improving self-image,self-confidence, self care.

  • Working with the imagination.

  • Creating opportunities and skills for self-advocacy.

  • Having fun!

If you are interested in finding out more, please get in touch via phone or email to talk in confidence.



Dramatherapy sessions can offer support to students in your school who may be experiencing;

  • Low Self-Esteem

  • Anxiety

  • Isolation

  • Challenges with Peers

  • Bereavement

  • Developmental Trauma

  • Self Expression/Communication difficulties

  • Family Difficulties

  • Transition/Change in their lives

  • School and exam stress

  • Wanting to explore their gender identity.

I have over a decade of experience working as a Dramatherapist for children and young people in both mainstream and special education.  Please feel free to contact me to if you would like to find out more about what I offer or how we may work together.

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