Dramatherapist Job Description

October 15, 2013 | By More

Dramatherapist Job Profile and Description

A dramatherapist is appointed by various theaters and film producing companies in order to do an art work that is creative in nature. The person is required to touch and awaken the emotional, social and psychological thought process of people. The ideal person should also be able to help people to vent out their social, emotional and psychological feelings in a safe and creative way.

A dramatherapist also use various tools at their disposal such as puppetry, drama, stories and other possible improvisations to convey the message across. The right person must be able to find out ways and means by which the clients could be talked about their favorite subject without being direct about it. A good dramatherapist would be required to work with a cross section of clients belonging to various age groups, genders and social classes.

Dramatherapist Duties and Responsibilities

  • Play a proactive role in encouraging awareness about themselves and making clients understand the importance of feelings and relationships.
  • Give ample opportunities to clients to hone their existing skills and also acquire new ones.
  • Making use of the right technology and equipment to the best satisfaction of clients.
  • Keeping a record of the activities of the clients and also the support staff.
  • Reporting activities on a regular basis to the employer.
  • Keeping a tab of developments and progress through regular assessment reports.

Dramatherapist Skills and Specifications

  • Ability to be a self starter rather than waiting for instructions.
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Ability to handle different types of clients belonging to different age groups, gender and social structure.
  • Must be good at communication, both oral and written.
  • Must be innovative and be prepared to think out of the box.
  • Must be in a position to take the message of the employer to the client in the best and most innovative way as possible.
  • Ability to work under stress and demanding situations.
  • Good computer and keyboard skills.
  • Emotionally strong to deal with challenging situations from various clients.
  • A deep sense of duty which should translate into concern for the well being of their clients.

Dramatherapist Education and Qualifications

  •  A degree is psychology from a reputed college.
  • Postgraduate courses leading to a certificate in Dramatherapy conducted by good colleges and universities.

Dramatherapist Salary

On an entry level the salary of the candidate is around $40,000 per year. With experience the salary could go up to $50,000 per year or even more.

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