Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy (336) 698-6723 Angela@dance-drama-therapy.com Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy                    (336) 698-6723 Angela@dance-drama-therapy.com

Why choose Dance or Drama Therapy?



Video slide presentation describing what is Dance & Drama therapy.

Why choose Dance or Drama Therapy?


These therapies work in experiential modalities that focus on enhancing the connection between the mind and the body. They foster growth by expanding movement repertoires and by encouraging individuals to practice movements and role playing that allows for healing and growth on physical, emotional and spiritual levels.

 Dance and drama therapies can make the difference between resistance and relationship by creating non-threatening group and individual exploration of feelings and therapeutic issues, such as self-esteem or personal insight.

I like to think of these therapies as additional tools to the traditional verbal therapies.
Instead of only sitting and talking about your problems, feelings and experiences you can add the opportunity to get up and express them through dance, movement, and drama.
For example: Showing/expressing anger in your body is much more powerful than sitting still and talking about it. When it is expressed through the body and mind then total, integrated healing can take place.

For example: Showing/expressing anger in your body is much more powerful than sitting still and talking about it. When it is expressed through the body and mind then total, integrated healing can take place. 

Who Can Benefit From Dance/Movement Therapy and Drama Therapy?

Dance/movement and drama therapies can be beneficial to everyone and all ages. Populations may include physical and sexual abuse survivors, people recovering from substance abuse, the developmentally and physically disabled, at-risk youth, dysfunction families, prison inmates and the general public.

Dance and DramaTherapies Make a Difference for People With...

With Alzheimer's Disease
experiences from the person's past are selected to trigger short and long term memory, decrease agitation, and enhance reality orientation.
With Chronic Illness
experiences distract people from pain and facilitate needed relaxation.
With Head Injuries
experiences encourage self-expression, communication and socialization, and to facilitate cognitive retraining
With Substance Abuse Problems
the difference between denial and determination is made, experimental techniques confront the client's barriers to the recovery process.
With Developmental Disabilities
sessions are structured to teach cognitive, motor, and daily living skills and provide the opportunity to experience success.
With Physical Disabilities
experiences promote rehabilitative goals and to increase motivation and success.
Cutting-edge applications of Creative Arts Therapies are being used to address the most complex societal issues. Issues being addressed are those that have been identified as key federal initiatives by the President and Cabinet officials.
For example:

  • School Violence Prevention and Intervention
  • Alzheimer's Disease Treatment
  • Campaign Against Suicide
  • Domestic Violence Prevention
  • Substance Abuse Prevention
  • Health Prevention and Promotion
  • Breast Cancer Treatment

 

Where can I find Dance and Drama Therapy?

Angela Wiley currently works in her private practice, Greensboro Dance & Drama Therapy and as a adult therapist at Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center in Greensboro, NC.

 

Angela is currently the SC contact for the American Dance Therapy Association and is one of a few Board Certified Dance Movement Therapists in the states of NC and SC. Angela is one of two Board Certified Trainers for Drama Therapy in the state of North Carolina.

Contact via Email

336.698.6723 

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Phone:   (336) 698-6723 

   
Mailing address:

5603 B West Friendly Ave Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27410

 

Office Hours:

By Appointment Only

 

Monday: Select hrs 

Tuesday: Noon-8 PM,

Wednesday:9 AM-8 PM

Thursday:9 AM-8 PM

Friday: 9 AM-8 PM

 Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed   

           

Most urgent appointments can be accommodated within 48 hrs.

All emergencies call

911 or National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800 273-8255


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