Arts & Mental Health Festival

Relationships behind the scenes

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12 Nov 2020


19:30 - 20:30

Relationships behind the scenes

‘If they could just see it from my perspective for once, maybe they would understand why I’m so angry.’ 
When we’re born we only speak one language; body language.
But then, from the moment we learn to speak, we forget that our body language continues speaking.
Why do we only talk in couples therapy when our bodies tell us what we really want to say?
In this workshop you’ll experience the power of drama therapy. You will learn how to get couples out of their comfort zone and to act things out instead of just talk about issues. 
‘Under the guise of play and pretend, we can – for once – act in new ways. The bit of distance from real life affronted by drama enables us to gain perspective on our real life roles, patterns and actions, and to experiment actively with alternatives.’ – Emunah ’ 
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  • Carmen Vukman
    Carmen Vukman

    Carmen Vukman is a passionate (psycho)drama therapist. Her passion for drama therapy started in her youth. She loved to be on stage, playing any role she desired. When she was on stage, people looked at Carmen for what she did, not for how she looked. She was no longer ‘that girl with dwarfism’.

    By practising (psycho)drama therapy, people learn to play again. They can play who ever they want to be, including their loved ones, to create empathy and compassion.

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 12 Nov 2020
  • Time: 13:30 - 14:30