Peer Advocacy Changing Things Together (PACTT)
As part of our advocacy role, PACTT members offer training to other organisations to raise awareness of issues and hate crime directed at those with a label of Learning Disability, acquired brain injury and mental health concern.
Disability Hate Crime Awareness
Face Facts Resource Pack
Dramatherapy is a psychological therapy/psychotherapy that uses performance arts and other ways to help you express how you are feeling and to explore issues and concerns.
Dramatherapy uses: Storytelling, roleplay, improvisation, movement, drama, games, play, music, verbal and non-verbal communication to support an individual and/or group to resolve or promote health and wellbeing.
You do not need previous experience in Drama. The Dramatherapist is trained to guide and support you in effecting psychological, emotional and social changes. The sessions are client led and individual to you or the group.
If you would like to know more or referred to Dramatherapy contact Sesmin Ewing
(Dramatherapist hcpc 14033)