“I woke up this morning and felt fed up and didn’t want to go to school, then I remembered I had dramatherapy.”
“Dramatherapy smooths your mind, calms you down and helps you in any type of moment.”
That’s what children and young people who attend our dramatherapy sessions as part of their school day have to say about us; children and young people whose mental health is adversely affected by a range of issues, including dysfunctional families, bullying, a learning disability, and being a refugee or asylum seeker.
Please would your school consider supporting Roundabout (registered charity 297491) as part of your fundraising programme this year?
Roundabout is the largest dramatherapy charity in the UK, with a team of 25 dramatherapists working from our offices in Croydon and Islington. custodia rigida samsung s3 We are currently supporting vulnerable people across London, including children with autism, vulnerable children and young people, adults with learning disabilities and older people with dementia. custodia j5 2017 samsung silicone Roundabout’s dramatherapy sessions improve mental health and give people the tools they need to understand and cope with the difficulties they face. custodia per samsung grand neo Roundabout uses dramatherapy to help people cope with bereavement, depression, abuse, communication problems, behaviour problems and low self esteem. Please take a look at our website to find out more.
We receive no government funding and the demand for our services is constantly high. urban armor gear pathfinder custodia per samsung galaxy s8 Any funds you raise will go directly to provide dramatherapy to those who need it. Support from your school could make a real, long-lasting difference in the lives of some of the most disadvantaged people in the local community.
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Whether you would like to champion Roundabout all year, or take part in the £10 challenge, do please get in touch.