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Namaste, Bonjour, Hello - I'm Ellora!

Welcome to my practice! I'm Ellora, a trauma-informed drama therapist and dedicated mental health practitioner. My approach is firmly grounded in client-centered, psychodynamic, and holistic methods. I specialize in guiding individuals through the complexities of anxiety, depression, loneliness, grief, addiction, self-esteem issues, cultural identity challenges, experiences of racism, questions of meaning and purpose, and the journey of self-discovery.

In my role as a Drama Therapist, I place your unique narrative at the center of our work. My training equips me with a wide range of creative verbal and non-verbal tools to craft a therapeutic space tailored to your needs for expression and exploration. While words are invaluable in therapy, they sometimes fall short. Often, a gesture, movement, story, song, or metaphor can serve as a more profound mode of self-expression, and this is precisely where Drama Therapy shines. By engaging various modalities and senses, we gain multifaceted insights into your experiences, affording us perspective, understanding, and a path forward. Together, we'll collaboratively foster a healthier relationship with both yourself and the world around you.

I invite you to embark on a transformative journey towards self-discovery and emotional well-being. Let's work together to uncover the tools and insights needed to build a more fulfilling and balanced life.

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What is Drama Therapy? Simply put, Drama Therapy involves using creative ways to help understand yourself and your life situaton and move forward in a way that feels authentic and empowering. These techniques often involve the use of metaphor, we might refer to your favourite works of art (song, movies, books, shows) to help us, role-play (we might practice a difficult conversation you have no idea how to go about) and more.

Yes, if you are interested in sliding scale options, please reach out.

Do I have to be creative to do Drama Therapy? This is a common misconception. You definitely do not have to be considered 'creative' in any way to try this form of therapy. Rather, it is about how the creative techinques will create a space for understanding and insight.

Do you accept insurance? If you have an extended health coverage plan, my services would be covered by ACNN.

Who is Drama Therapy for and how might I benefit from it? Drama Therapy is for anyone looking to move through a difficult expereince or better understand who they are and how to move forward. The benefits include better coping mechanisms, communication skills (with yourself and others), increased self awareness, and increased empowerment.

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