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Noelle Adames MA, MEd

Noelle approaches her work from a wide-ranging background as a Drama and Movement Therapist, Marriage and Family Therapist, Actress and Artist Educator. Understanding the important role that play and creativity hold in forming a healthy, balanced and happy individual or group, she combines her many experiential and educational lives to work with people in discovering, growing and healing through the creative arts.  She has worked for over twenty years with children, adults and groups in exploring strengths and expanding perspectives. She specialises in developmental trauma, attachment, and bereavement. 

Stephanie Coombes MA

Stephanie is state registered with the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC) as an Arts Therapist (Drama). She has a Masters, with distinction, in Drama and Movement Therapy from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2005). She has also completed the Creative Arts Supervision Training (2015) and practices as a Clinical Supervisor of trainee Dramatherapists, qualified Therapists and Educational Staff. For over 15 years she has worked as a Dramatherapy practitioner supporting adults, children, young people, and their families: in group and one to work. She specialises in developmental trauma, autism, anxiety and eating disorders. Stephanie is inspired by the role that creativity can play in supporting well-being and communication – connection to self, others, and untold stories – within a safe, therapeutic, environment.