Welcome to BADth

Dramatherapy has as its main focus the intentional use of healing aspects of drama and theatre as the therapeutic process. It is a method of working and playing that uses action methods to facilitate creativity, imagination, learning, insight and growth.
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Working to Promote Dramatherapy

At BADth we believe that Dramatherapy can be a powerful therapeutic force. It can facilitate and encourage creativity, imagination, learning, insight and growth.

Click HERE to find the answers to frequently asked questions about dramatherapy.

Our Key Objectives

  • To promote the advancement of Dramatherapy as a profession
  • To be the representational body for dramatherapists in the UK
  • To promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public on the benefits of dramatherapy
  • To be an advocate for the establishment and maintenance of fair pay and conditions of service for dramatherapists
  • To forge links internationally
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Latest News
Posted On: 15 December 2020
This TWO day course is taking place on Monday 1st and Friday 5th March 2021 via Zoom. Please see flyer below for more detailed information on what will be covered each day.
Posted On: 09 December 2020
18th - 21st January, online event. The NHS Subcommittee are delighted to offer this FREE online conference for BADth Members, which is taking place over five days. PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS SOME SESSIONS HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE PROGRAMME. THIS IS THE LATEST VERSION.
Posted On: 08 December 2020
Memorandum of Understanding on Conversion Therapy in the UK - MoU2