Division of Expressive Therapies
Professional Title: Adjunct Instructor of Expressive Therapies - Drama Therapy/Psychodrama; Field Training Site Liaison for Expressive Therapies
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Drama Therapy, mental health counseling, therapy for children, adolescents, and adults
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: • Clinical Supervision: Drama Therapy I, II and III
Education: B.A., Psychology and Theater (honors), Oberlin College; M.A., Expressive Therapies, Lesley University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Upcoming chapter "Drama Therapy Following an Acute Crisis: The Chair of the Slightly Healthier Self" in The Heart and Soul of Drama Therapy, ed: Saphira Linden.
Fun Facts: Patrick regularly trains and runs in road races including half-marathons and a marathon. He is also an actor performing regularly around New England in improv troupes, films, and classical theater.
Patrick has extensive clinical experience working with many populations through a variety of programs. He has led groups with children at risk of bullying in Winchester, worked as the mental health assessor for a bariatric surgery program, and has co-facilitated a structured outpatient addiction program.
Expressive Arts Therapy
Ph.D. in Expressive Therapies
Graduate Certificate in Expressive Therapies
Graduate Certificate in the Arts in Health
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Expressive Therapies
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Expressive Therapies Research Center
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Expressive Therapies Division