Setting up in private practice is a rewarding and challenging process. Many dramatherapists can feel unsure about making the transition and what setting up in private practice entails.
This workshop will support you to feel more confident about being a dramatherapist in private practice and support your thinking in relating work and self-management. It will help you understand and address some of the issues involved in setting up in private practice, working ethically and safely. Guidance will be provided on how to manage demands on you that come from working in private practice.
Sarah Mann Shaw
Sarah works as an independent practitioner offering group and
individual Dramatherapy, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy and
Integrative Psychotherapy with children, young people and
adults in the East Midlands. She is also a clinical
supervisor. She has been developing a busy private
practice over the last twenty years and delivers
therapy to local authorities, schools and to
privately referred individuals.