Therapists understand the profound healing that can occur when we “speak what we feel, not what we ought to say,” as Shakespeare writes in King Lear. But how can Shakespeare help us do this? Experience how classical actor training methods using body, breath, play, and awareness can help treat trauma across a range of populations.
Drawing on psychological, social, and neurological science, the DE-CRUIT method encourages trauma survivors to use Shakespeare’s characters and spoken verse to awaken self-awareness, discover a new physical presence, observe inner thoughts and behaviors without judgment, and exchange limiting habits for new positive patterns of growth and reflection.
No previous experience or acting training necessary.
PRESENTER: Stephan Wolfert, MFA, US ARMY VETERAN, RYT-200
COST: $50 ($25 for Kint graduates)
Please be prepared to make your payment following registration. Instructions will be provided in the confirmation email.
CEs for this workshop are available through R. Cassidy Seminars: https://www.academeca.com/CEUReg/SeminarInfo.aspx?seminarId=3705
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