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As a dramatherapist, Hela Pearson can work with groups or individuals in various age and cultural groups, and with a wide range of needs. The ability to work verbal and non-verbal means that various language groups can benefit from the work as well. Clients likely to benefit from dramatherapy are children and/or adults:

  • With learning challenges
  • With special needs
  • On the autistic spectrum
  • With emotional challenges such as depression and bipolar
  • With social challenges such as anxiety, post traumatic stress, and obsessive-compulsive disorders 
  • With behavioural challenges such as eating disorders and addictions
  • With mental health challenges such personality disorder, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
  • With cognitive challenges such as ADD and ADHD
  • With low self-image, low self-confidence
  • With dementia
  • Who experienced a form of trauma
  • Who seek personal development

Hela can work in a wide variety of settings, which includes:

  • Regular or special needs schools
  • Mental health settings
  • Hospitals or psychiatric institutions
  • Drug rehabilitation centres
  • General social care settings
  • Voluntary and welfare sectors
  • Centres for people with physical disabilities
  • Protected housing for refugees and immigrants
  • Care homes for elderly people
  • Businesses
  • A private therapy venue

 

   


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