The Sesame Institute UK & International is a registered charity that is the guardian of the Sesame Approach. This unique Approach encourages the use of drama and movement as a therapeutic tool for psychological well being and health. The Institute aims to promote, train and educate others in this therapeutic use of drama and movement and to preserve and develop the ethical standards of its approach. The history of the Sesame Institute begins with its founder Marian Lindkvist, who held her first short training course in Drama and Movement Therapy in 1964. Since then it has developed its research and training as well as being a contact point for therapists and for institutions using therapeutic services. The Sesame Institute produces printed literature for use in research and enquiry. These publications are available by mail order via this website.
For more information follow the links below:
The Sesame Institute
Functions of the Institute; Principal officers and Patrons.
How it began.
List of publications available to order.