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Find A Psychotherapist - Mr Michael Chase

 
Personal Details
Mr Michael Chase
 
Full Name:Mr Michael Chase
Gender:Male
 
Psychotherapist:Yes
Sociodramatist:No
Supervisor:Yes
BPA Accredited Trainer:No

Location Details
Town:GLOUCESTER (Glos)
County:Gloucestershire
Country:United Kingdom

Contact Details
Telephone 1:07741472063
Telephone 2:07741472063
Fax:-
E-Mail:mikechasemasks@gmail.com
Website:http://www.mikechasemasks.com

Services & Practice

 I do individual and group psychodrama psychotherapy in the Gloucestershire and Buckinghamshire area at different times of the week. 

 


Areas of Special Interest

 I offer creative methods including masks to support the therpeutic process. I also work in a forensic democratic therpeutic community with violent offenders, and have exetensive experiance working with yourng adults with complex needs. 

 


Qualifications & Experience

 I have a psychodrama psychtherapy diploma with the Birmingham Insitute of Psychdrama, and am a mamber of UKCP and the BPA, on which I have served as an exective member. I also have a teaching qulification in GPRLS and a Masters degree and Educational research. I have  a supervision certificate from the Centre for Supervision and Team Development run by Robin Shohet.

 


Publications

 I have a number of articles published on psychodrama, masks, theatre and therapy including BPA Journal, Cadusius, Total Theatre and Run of the Mill. 

My book Mask, the making and using of masks in theatre, education and Therapy is pulished by Hawthorn Press UK

 

 
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