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WEBINAR: The Impact of Dramatherapy when working in Early Intervention in Psychosis Services - Louise Combes
Abstract - Understanding our impact 
This year my research has been about qualitative information. I have been collecting the same pre and post data for 9 years which includes a satisfaction and change interview conducted individually with clients by an independent member of staff when therapy has ended. The Psychology team are now working on a thematic analysis of the results. For this lecture I will bring the findings from these post therapy interviews and discuss what we have learnt about the impact of Dramatherapy when working in Early intervention in Psychosis Services.

Louise Combes


Feb 8, 2021 05:30 PM in London

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Louise Combes
Louise Combes joined the BADTH Executive in March 2020 with a passion to improve the way we dramatherapists demonstrate our impact. Previously Head of Communications at Comic Relief, she re-trained as a dramatherapist in 2003, having been deeply impressed by the difference one particular Comic Relief funded Dramatherapy project was making. Since qualifying she has worked in Education and for the last 9 years in the NHS Early Intervention in Psychosis team in Leeds. She is a systemic practitioner, part of the National Education Supervision Hub and works in private practice as a trauma informed supervisor/coach. She is currently leading the Covid 19 Arts Therapies Bereavement initiative as well as the BADTH evaluation project and has been a member of the NHS subcommittee for 5 years.