10:00 am - 16:30 pm
This one-day training course is for theatre artists and early career group work practitioners interested in the art of creating safe and transformative women-only spaces. Drawing on decades of practice from Clean Break’s current Members Programme and former award-winning Education Programme, this course will explore setting clear boundaries, facilitation skills and managing challenging situations. Ultimately it will provide participants with the space to build their confidence and develop a rich toolkit to improve their practice.
Through drama and theatre exercises, group work and discussion, participants will learn:
About Guest Co-Facilitator Sam Adams
Sam is a Freelance Dramatherapist, Performer and Storyteller with well over two decades of experience as a Theatre Artist Practitioner. As well as using theatre practice, and creative expressive art forms to promote health and wellbeing at Clean Break, Sam also teaches at Roehampton University, and Central School of Speech & Drama as a Visiting Lecturer on the Dramatherapy MA and Applied Theatre course respectively.
Open to participants of any gender.
Concessions Include: Students, 65 and over, people in receipt of disability benefits, people in receipt of unemployment benefits, Theatre union members and Freelance artists.