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2009 January Bulletin 
    
2009 January Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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CAT 288C - Workshop: Introduction to Drama Therapy Theory

Semester Hours: 1.5
Drama Therapy is the intentional use of theatre for therapeutic purposes. Drama provides a context for participants to tell their stories, engage in problem solving, express feelings, achieve catharsis and participate in rehearsals for living. Behavior change, skill-building, emotional and physical integration, and personal growth can be achieved through drama therapy. This course addresses prevention, intervention, and treatment with various populations. This overview of the methods of drama therapy will include: Play, Improvisation-scene work, role play, sociodrama, psychodrama, and ritual. This course is taught by experiential learning and teacher presentations. 

January 2009 Offering:
10319: Jan. 20, 22; TuTh, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; TBA; 3 Hagedorn





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