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Ingi Abou Zeid

Drama Therapist, Egypt

Drama therapy and its many applications: Alumna uses her training to foster self-development in young women and offers retreats for recovered addicts

Ingi Abou Zeid
1.  What do you value most from your Concordia drama therapy experience?

Most of the professors in the program offer their expertise and present materials with a humanistic approach. This educational style brilliantly fed my evolution on a professional and personal level. I gradually emerged as a drama therapist within a warm and safe educational environment.

My professors’ great passion for drama therapy was a significant motivator as well. Concordia is not simply offering a clinical academic program but a life-changing journey that I highly cherish.

2.  Is there a particular memory that stands out from your time at Concordia?

The admiration and appreciation I received from the audience after presenting my self-revelatory performance is a heartwarming memory.

3.  What advice would you give to someone considering drama therapy?

Remove all your masks and make it a genuine experience! It is highly recommended for all students to access therapeutic services during the two-year program.

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