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Strong Concordia presence at NADTA Conference in Philadelphia | November 2019

November 28, 2019

Faculty, students and alumni from Concordia University’s Drama Therapy graduate program in the Creative Arts Therapies department presented at the 40th Annual North American Drama Therapy Association Conference:

  • Calli Armstrong, PhD, RDT, Adjunct Professor: Demystifying Measurement: Looking Toward Tomorrow in Developing a Drama Therapy Evidence-Base
  • Jessica Bleuer, MA, MEd, CCC, RDT, Lecturer and PhD candidate in Drama Therapy: Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Ethnodramatherapy, Past and Present; and Dancing Past and Present Identities: Latinx Drama Therapists Living and Working in the Diaspora
  • Cassandra Brennan, MA Drama Therapy alum: The Travelling Troupe: A Performance-Based Intervention for Long-Term Care Settings; and
    Other Spaces: Doing Drama Therapy in Public and in Community
  • Meaghen Buckley, MA Drama Therapy candidate: Other Spaces: Doing Drama Therapy in Public and in Community
  • Jason Butler, PhD, LCAT, RDT-BCT, PhD alum in Drama Therapy: The Past, Present, and Future of Drama Therapy Education: Educators’ Forum
  • Bailey Carter, MA Drama Therapy student: Nobody's Perfect! A Theatrical Exploration of Mental Health; and The Travelling Troupe: A Performance-Based Intervention for Long-Term Care Settings
  • Craig Flickinger, LCAT, RDT, MA Drama Therapy alum: Against the Grain: 40 Years of Anti-Oppression and Social Justice work through Performance and Activism
  • Bonnie Harnden, MA, RDT, Associate Professor, Drama Therapy: You Arrive: The Film; and Embodying Awe and Gratitude to Reach Front-line Mental Health Clinicians
  • Heidi Landis, MA, LCAT, RDT-BCT, TEP, CGP, Adjunct Professor, Drama Therapy: The System Stinks: How to be Trauma-Informed in a non TI System
  • Stephen Snow, PhD, RDT-BCT, Professor, Drama Therapy: Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Ethnodramatherapy, Past and Present; and Nobody's Perfect! A Theatrical Exploration of Mental Health
  • Susan Ward, MA, RDT, Part-time professor, Drama Therapy: Stories That Open Doors: The Use of Stories in Therapy with Children
  • Shea Wood, PhD, CCC, PhD alum in Drama Therapy: Demystifying Measurement: Looking Toward Tomorrow in Developing a Drama Therapy Evidence-Base
  • Bill Yong, MA Drama Therapy student: Nobody's Perfect! A Theatrical Exploration of Mental Health

 

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