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Full time October MA

About the course

About the course

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:

  • Receive HCPC approved vocational training in the Sesame Approach to dramatherapy
  • Use a critical framework of Jungian psychology combined with contemporary theories in intersubjectivity and developmental psychology
  • Obtain apprenticeship model placements within NHS institutions, voluntary and education sectors with supervision

Our approach

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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Entry Requirements

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.



Where will I study?

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07 May 2020 - Postgraduate Open Evening - The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama


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Student Profile(s)

Colin Campbell, Graduated 2014, Dramatherapist in schools, Psychiatric hospitals and with a bereavement charity.

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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