Finding and Telling the Story
Core faculty instructor Bobbi Kidder & guest instructor Kriya Kaping
July 29th – August 2nd (10am-2pm)
Ancient traditions, and current brain research intersect in confirming the transformative power of story. Exploring storytelling through multiple modalities, integrating rhythm, voice, and principles of Playback Theatre, this class provides another tool in the toolbox for educators, therapists, and facilitators.
Students: 2 Credits- Special Populations
Continuing Education: 20 CE or clock hours ($400 alumni, $450 general public)
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Bios of Module B Instrutors:
Bobbi Kidder, MA, RDT, BCT is the drama therapy program coordinator at Antioch University Seattle. She is author of ImaginACTION, a guide to using drama in classrooms and other settings. Kidder has incorporated the principles of conflict resolution in her 27 years as a drama therapist, doing international work in cultural competence and ELL as well as leading communication projects in schools, prisons, and treatment centers.
Kriya Kaping, Portland storyteller Kryia Kaping will be a featured guest artist for module B: Finding and Telling the Story. YouTube: Kryia Kaping ‘On Love’.