Pam has over 14 years of clinical experience as a drama therapist working with children, families and adults in a range of settings including education, an adoption service, children’s homes, adult mental health day services and inpatient provision.
She has extensive experience working within school settings and gives particular emphasis to building working alliances with staff, parents, and carers. She draws on a range of creative arts tools, systemic theory, and Filial Therapy to support parents and staff.
Pam is passionate about the role of play and imagination in supporting children to reach their full potential. Her particular interest is in group work as a way to facilitate change.
Pam loves dogs, and her long-term aim is to have a fully trained therapy dog who can work alongside her!