Living Arts Counseling Center presents
FREE − Introduction to Drama Therapy Workshop
with Kholoud Nasser–New Workshop Added
CLOSED*Friday, July 22, 2016, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM * CLOSED
DUE TO THE ENORMOUS RESPONSE TO THIS OFFERING THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED!
WE HAVE ADDED A SECOND WORKSHOP
SUNDAY, JULY 24, 11 AM TO 2 PM!
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Join us for a 3-hour introductory workshop!
Explore a personal story
Access your playfulness and creativity
Discover the power of drama therapy
This workshop will introduce participants to this powerful means for changing self-defeating patterns and practicing new roles and constructive behaviors.
Drama therapy is an experiential form of psychotherapy that utilizes improvisation, theatre games and techniques, and psychodrama as tools for personal growth and change. It is playful, yet sparks insight. It promotes spontaneity, creativity, emotional expression, autonomy, and cognitive and behavioral change.
1265, 65th St
Emeryville, CA 94608
call: (510) 595-5500, ext:17
All levels of experience welcome. No previous theater experience necessary!
Shy people welcome!
is a Marriage & Family Therapist Trainee at Living Arts Counseling Center and MA candidate in Counseling Psychology specializing in Drama Therapy at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Kholoud specializes in working with people suffering from trauma (including developmental, relational, and transgenerational), identity crisis, anxiety, depression, loss and grief (individual and collective), self-esteem, immigration and acculturation, transitions, diversity and social justice. Her therapeutic work has recently focused on refugees and on children.
Kholoud worked as a theatre artist from 1998 to 2014 in Lebanon while touring as an artist in several European and Arab countries. Her recent theatre work has been inclined towards therapeutic performances before she moved to the Bay area to specialize in Drama Therapy in 2014.
Raised in Lebanon and having lived abroad in Belgium, United Arab Emirates, and in California has provided her with insight and understanding about cultural differences which reflect in a culturally sensitive therapy process with her clients. Kholoud speaks Arabic (native), English, and French (basic). She is supervised by Armand Volkas, MFT, MFC#28789).
Contact: (510) 595-5500 ext: 17 |