Rebekah qualified as a Dramatherapist in 2001. She has worked in Learning Disabilities, Adult Mental Health and Asperger's Services in Notts Healthcare NHS Trust, with children in a number of Primary Schools, with adolescents in Pupil Referral Units, Adoption Support Services and with adult and students in Private Practice at The Bay Therapy Centre in West Bridgford, Nottingham.
About Rebekah Porter
In her private practice Rebekah has worked with a range of issues including depression and anxiety, loss and bereavement, life story and adoption support, survival and recovery, identity and relationships, anger and rage, emotions and behaviours, compulsive behaviours and eating disorders, thoughts and beliefs, stress and panic, separation and divorce, parenting additional needs, coping with life situations, Asperger's Syndrome, low self esteem and self worth, self discovery and self development.
Rebekah trains other healthcare professionals in understanding the Arts Therapies and using Dramatherapy techniques for their own professional development. Rebekah designs and runs workshops for other Arts Therapists and Psychotherapists for their Continuing Professional Development and personal self-reflection.
Rebekah is Registered with The Health and Care Professions Council, a member of The British Association of Dramatherapists and a published author in Dramatherapy the Journal of the British Association of Dramatherapists.
Rebekah also works as a freelance Dramatherapist for Catharsis Creative Arts Therapy delivering 1:1 inerventions with young people in Pupil Referral Units. Here Rebekah works alongside a team of Arts Therapists and can develop her practice in agency with Autistic Spectrum Condition and ADHD.
Rebekah is registered with Local Authority Adoption Services and has delivered work through the Adoption Support fund.