Time: 9am to 5pm
Venue: None Too Fragile Theatre
732 W Exchange Street
Akron, Ohio 44302 [Ample free parking]
Cost: $300 for the series, includes lunches and materials
This is part of a research project on the effects of dramatherapy. You must be willing to commit to attend all 6 workshops and to participate in the research Limited enrollment
To register: Contact David Peacock at 234-716-6649 or email
Through drama therapy, role play, movement and storytelling in a contained drama therapy space we will discover how we can assist ourselves and our clients to review conflicts between polarized aspects of ourselves and gradually achieve internal integration.
Therapeutic Theatre is an embodied drama therapy practice that is active and experiential. This approach can provide the context for participants to tell their stories, set goals & solve problems, express feelings, or achieve catharsis. Through drama, the depth & breadth of inner experience can be actively explored & interpersonal relationship skills enhanced.
Suitable for counselors, social workers professionals working in recovery field.
David Peacock is a Registered Dramatherapist and member of the Health Care Professions Council & a member of the British Association of Dramatherapists. He works with veterans suffering from combat-related stress, people with addiction & troubled youth.
All workshops are 9am to 5pm
Saturday, Jan 25 : Introduction to Dramatherapy
Fri & Sat, March 20-21: Identity
Sat & Sun, May 30-31: Addiction
Fri & Sat, July 24-25 : Veterans and Combat-Related Stress
Fri - Sun, September 18-20 : The Journey to the Mysterium