A Joyous Return and A Jolly Report

Good evening, gentlepeople! I have returned from my unexplained, sudden and dreadfully long hiatus. There is so much to say and, thankfully, a decent amount of space to say it all in.

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Acting: A Tool for Mental Health (pt. 4)


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What Should Drama Teachers Do and Teach? And Why?

If drama teachers are not integrating psychology or mental health techniques into their lessons, then their students will be unaware of them. If these students are unaware of the benefits, then when they are dealing with overwhelming characters or stressful plays, they’ll be unable to deal with it healthily.

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Acting: A Tool for Mental Health (pt. 3)


PART 1 | PART 2 | PART 3 | PART 4 |


What Are The Connections Between Mental Health and Acting?

Mental health is integral in the process of acting training. They also work hand in hand, meaning that acting, if used the right way, can make progress towards mental health, and mental health-based exercises can help an actor stay sane in an unpredictable world. Another good relation between the two subjects is actors study the mind and soul of a character, while mental health specialists, or therapists, study the mind and soul of a human being.

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