Becky Finlay-Hall

Head of therapies

 
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Becky is a Dramatherapist and completed her MA in Drama and Movement Therapy at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is HCPC registered and has delivered group and one-to-one dramatherapy in a wide range of settings including a private practice, residential care homes, mainstream schools and hospitals.

Becky trained as an actor at London’s Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, and has worked extensively as an actor and facilitator with some of the UK’s leading Community Theatre and Arts companies. She is Co-Director of Olive Branch Arts, a not-for-profit organisation that delivers annual art-based therapeutic work on the Saharawi Refugee camps in South West Algeria. She has also worked with displaced communities across the UK, in Greece and India. Becky is of Armenian heritage & passionate about supporting young people and communities who have experienced emotional and psychological trauma through displacement and genocide.

 She has presented work at The Sesame Institute, University College London, London School of Economics Refugee Week, PPLG Conference Thessaloniki, Storytelling for Refuge/Storytelling as Refuge University of South Wales, Bristol Fair Saturday & Rebel Tuesdays. Becky is currently studying for her Creative Arts Supervision Training at RSSCD.