I have observed that D is beginning to be more attentive and less distracted at story time. Engaging and listening to both the teacher and other children. He smiles more and looks less worried. The feed-back from the dramatherapist is very helpful so that we can support D in his journey through healing from the domestic violence he has witnessed toward his mother.
My daughter has really enjoyed the dramatherapy sessions. She has looked forward to coming to them and has made new friends. The sessions have helped her to better understand social interaction and get used to how other children behave without the confines of school. The sessions have also encouraged her to be creative and to use her imagination. We have enjoyed seeing and her new interactions. Many thanks.
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April 2014 Feedback from children and young people
“An inviting and educational workshop which allowed me to unwind as well as grow as an individual”
“An excellent balance between practical and useful information, it was brilliant”
“An interesting and engaging experience for anyone interested in any aspect of psychology therapy”
“I loved the idea of having a transition object to interact with”
“A fun way to find out useful information”
“A brilliant opportunity to unwind and de-stress allowing me the time to reflect on questions that were playing on my mind”
Feedback from Roundabout workshop at Royal Holloway University