Dramatherapy : Who we are through the stories we embody

Calista Goh

Dramatherapy uses play, embodiment, projection, role, story, metaphor, empathy, distancing, witnessing, performance, and improvisation to help people make meaningful changes in their lives. Different playful drama and theatre techniques will help you resolve internal conflicts, unconscious problems, and may also allow you to gain self-awareness, express emotions, and improve relationships. 

Come as you are! Bring with you some good fun, openness and willingness to share.

Please wear comfortable, loose clothing.

Adults only.

Calista is a certified counsellor and psychotherapist trained in Expressive Arts Therapies, Play Therapy, Jungian Psychology, Trauma, Relationships and Attachment. She studied MA Drama & Movement Therapy at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is currently pursuing MSc Counselling Psychology at Assumption University, Bangkok.

Calista is passionate about change and helping others break out of limiting beliefs and negative patterns to live their fullest potential. She has a keen interest in the human predicament and embraces a person-centered and trauma-informed approach in her interactions with clients. She believes in holding safe, intimate spaces where creativity, art and expression come alive to help a person appreciate the fullness of who they are.

Calista proposes a new way to integration and healing. She believes that healing does not only have to come through pain and suffering but can be approached through play, creativity, empathy, expression, reflection and unconditional positive regard for the self.


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