Drama Therapy

By: Megan Cramer

She walked into the rehab center and saw the inaccurately advertised “Drama Therapy” sign on the door, next to a poster of a calming waterfall. Six wounded and guarded pairs of eyes looked up at her, waiting for her to begin. She had no degree nor was she a clinician. She would write no notes on the patients nor give feedback. She could prescribe no drugs nor advise any truths. In a space where most of the people were instructed to say “no” to vices and habits and toxic behavior, she knew only how to teach them to say “yes.”

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