Drama: Story-making

Telling our story or telling what happened can be a significant part of the process of therapy. Yet some aspects of how we feel and react are so painful that they simply cannot be voiced. How can we speak of what has become unspeakable? How can we allow ourselves to create and play out another distinct but related story?

To read more about character and improvisation in drama, see Drama: Character and improvisation.
For a case study, see Drama:Case Study