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The MA Drama and Movement Therapy course at Central offers a particular pedagogic approach to learning the craft of dramatherapy and is a unique combination of drama and movement within an intensive experiential training.
Studying on the course, you will:
The Sesame Approach is informed by Jungian psychology and draws together Laban movement, play theory and Billy Lindkvist’s work with movement with touch and sound. Storytelling and
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You should normally possess an arts education or psychology degree. If you do not have a first degree (or equivalent), but have at least two years’ professional experience working with the arts in a community, educational or care setting, you will be considered for non-standard entry.
An offer will normally only be made after interview.
I came on to the course as one of the more mature students looking for a career change, which was never a problem. It was a fantastic time of learning and development for me and I look back on my time on the course fondly. The mixture of experiential and academic learning was challenging and rigorous and has extended my range as an arts practitioner greatly.
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