Play and the Therapeutic Process



This day will bring an increased awareness, through exploration and discussion, of the therapeutic value of play. You will gain a greater understanding of play within child development. We will also explore the deeper understanding of the place of play in the creative process, so essential to the facilitation of personal growth and healing.



Di Gammage

Di Gammage is a qualified play therapist, dramatherapist and clinical supervisor in practice since 1989. Di was a course tutor on both the dramatherapy and play therapy programmes at Roehampton University for twelve years, and has worked as a lecturer nationally and internationally. She is author of several chapters in both disciplines (some under her birth name of Grimshaw).