Where do Dramatherapists work?

Dramatherapists provide effective services for a wide range of people of all ages from varied backgrounds.

Some of this provision is within statutory services and the independent health sector but there is an increasing demand for charities to provide services for those dependent on their limited resources.

Dramatherapists currently work with charities that provide therapy for:

  • Women in refuges
  • Children and adults who have experienced sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse.
  • Military veterans and personnel who are experiencing post-traumatic stress
  • People living with AIDS
  • Looked-after children
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • People requiring palliative care
  • People living with dementia
  • Children and young people with autistic spectrum disorders
  • Young people and adults who have mental health problems, including early onset schizophrenia
  • People with injuries caused by trauma
  • People with substance misuse problems.

Our aim is to provide and expand the provision of services for these people and others in need.