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Find A Supervisor - Mr Carl Dutton

Personal Details
Mr Carl Dutton
Full Name:Mr Carl Dutton
BPA Accredited Trainer:No

Address Details
Address:62 Nant Road
Postcode:LL11 3TF
Country:United Kingdom

Contact Details
Telephone 1:0151 293 3662
Telephone 2:0151 293 3662

Services & Practice

I work in Liverpool providing assessment and therapy in 7 schools for asylum and refugee children. I use psychodrama, art therapy, and horticultural therapy for groups of local and refugee children. The work i have been involved in has included making a film called ' A safe Haven' which has been used as part of the national Holoucaust memorial event in 2008 and i have shown it at many conferences in the Uk and abroad.

I provide supervision for psychodrama trainees and also to other professionals working with children and young people.

I am the BPA Book review editor, member of North West Psychodrama Association, and have had numerous articles published in the BPA Journal.


Areas of Special Interest

My present areas of interest are-

Asylum and Refugee Children and Young People.

Working as a therapist in school settings.

Re-Editing Moreno's writing with North West Psychodrama Association.

Special Interest Group for psychodrama and sociodrama practitioners/trainees working with children.

Working with stories, myths, and fairytales.


Qualifications & Experience

Registered Mental Health Nurse.

Registered with the BPA as a practitioner in psychodrama and with the UKCP.

Webster Stratton Parent and Children Facilitator.

Narrative Exposure Therapy Practitioner

FA Level 1 Football Coach



Why Not Have Creative Therapies as First Line of Treatment-2019 Psychreg Five Ways to Well-being: Guide to Spending Time with Nature-2019 Making a Drama Out of a Crisis: How to Use Psychodrama in Education- 2019 Psychreg Outdoors Can Be a Great Place for Learning – The Forest School Approach-2019 Psychreg Why Using Sociodrama Might Be Helpful to Talk About COVID-19 When Young People Start Returning Back to School. Nature can have a positive effect on health and mental wellbeing’Nursing Times 2019 Psychodrama in schools: working in them, with them and in the wider community 2017 Creating a Safe Haven in Schools: Refugee and Asylum‐Seeking Children's and Young People's Mental Health 2012


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